Badger Digest June 2015


Badger digest is back! Here you’ll find a sneak peak into the most discussed topics on Red Badger internal Slack channels for the past month.

Title image credit: Tiago Cabral



  • HTTP/2 Picks Up Steam - it is now enabled by default for all apps on iOS 9
  • The Code Climate Platform launch
  • How to write a Git commit message

When a commit merits a bit of explanation and context, you need to write a body

  • The Web is getting its byte code: WebAssembly. Also, an important tweet by Brendan Eich.
  • The most important part of your CSS - Dominik Piatek on sensitive subject of grids
  • Empire: A self-hosted PaaS built on Docker & Amazon ECS
  • Unit testing React components without a DOM
  • Update on our very own Arch framework


#Project management

  • Why is UK productivity lower than in many other countries? Podcast episode by BBC Radio 4.



  • That’s Real-Life Responsive Web Design: Meet The Brand New Smashing Book 5
  • Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future
  • SurviveJS - Webpack and React. Go from zero to Webpack and React hero.

A tweet for thought

Current state of browser support for high quality image formats.

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