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comment Web applications and homogeneity across users
JS that checks user state and redirects to another page on that particular role. Session check on the redirected to page that makes sure the user is supposed to ever get there. Just how I'ld do it.
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accepted Generally speaking, is it better to make all the functional parts or get UI working first - or a mix of the two?
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comment Generally speaking, is it better to make all the functional parts or get UI working first - or a mix of the two?
@Alexander - you made me smile quite a bit with that one.
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comment Generally speaking, is it better to make all the functional parts or get UI working first - or a mix of the two?
This is something I'm trying to sort of do. Since my particular project is implemented as a massive UI shell and every datapoint harvester is a plug-in, each plug-in is responsible for managing its own UI components. This way there is no "contract" required for a given person/group of people. The assumption is that the same group of people will be working on a given plug-in start to finish. It's part of the reason I'm designing it the way I am. Alternately, for other projects this is an excellent piece of advice. So upvote from me since it will be useful to others.
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asked Generally speaking, is it better to make all the functional parts or get UI working first - or a mix of the two?
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comment How to develop my own phone OS
beagleboard based, port touchscreen drivers to your distro of choice, strip out unnecessary stuff, decent starting platform. i'm working on a project like this and it's all about choosing OSS hardware or hardware with OSS drivers that I don't have to dev myself.
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comment Is it fine to have broken intermediate commits, as long as the final commit in any push works?
My opinion is that those "broken commits" are good. If you have some bug that you didn't see in your implementation, these "broken commits" can give you a very specific memory refresher on what you changed. Sometimes, it's just the hint you need.
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