Inline validation informs users whether what they type is valid as they type. The theory is that it’s easier to fix errors as soon as they occur instead of waiting until submission. The thing is, inline validation causes several problems:
At the beginning of this year I have quit consulting and set out to build GO2CINEMA — Fast, simple and secure way to book cinema tickets in the UK. I have done a splendid job making it fast, simple and secure. Somewhere along the way, I’ve gotten obsessed with the critical rendering path optimization ⚡️.
How do you measure DevOps success? Talk “metrics” for DevOps work or cloud-native infrastructures, and the conversation tends to revolve around familiar operational and productivity measures. Uptime. Transactions per second. Bugs fixed. Commits. Familiar categories of data that are straightforward to track and would seem to at least passingly correlate with some combination of efficiency, health of the environment, and development speed.