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Lärdomar från en apputvecklare

I flera år har jag sett Minecraft toppa försäljningslistan på App store. Visst hade det varit skönt att också tjäna miljarder och dra mig tillbaka. Men det var inte därför jag ville göra appar – insåg jag när placeringen på topplistorna sjönk som en sten.

Published in: Code | 2018-02-13 Mikael Lennander

Internet Explorer och det försvunna urklippet

Ibland kan små detaljer skapa oväntat stora problem. Det här är berättelsen om hur en finess med Internet explorer och dess urklipp kan krascha Word.

Published in: Code | 2017-09-12 Henrik Djärv

Code editor agnostic language support

When it comes to adapting a new language (or switching code editor), the first obstacle before getting to code is: how is the language supported in the code editor? From the initiative from Microsoft, there’s an open source project in the works that may solve this problem: Language Server Protocol. Through the use of a server […]

Published in: Code | 2017-03-15 Björn Johansson

A journey of putting Elm into production

Gearing up from exploring a new technology to make real use of it is often a journey of decision making. Some decisions turns out positive, while others results in a dead end. Our employee Björn Johansson has put his and LearningWells first Elm app into production. He shares his, mostly positive, experiences in this blog post.

Published in: Code | 2017-03-15 Göran Larsson

Overcoming the ”misspellings” bug in Safari caused by Google Font

Safari has rendering problems with some Google Fonts, which makes certain words appear like misspelled. For example, the word Drifting becomes Drfiting. It makes the letter ‘I’ and ‘F’ switch positions. We use Google Assistant font and solved the problem with this CSS fix that works with other Google Fonts as well. html { -webkit-font-variant-ligatures: […]

Published in: Code | 2016-12-19 Mikael Lennander