South by Southwest is not just a single thing. It is a collection of conferences, festivals and events that consume the whole of downtown Austin, Texas. Generally, the tech events we go to are neatly contained in a singular venue, where everyone is…
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One of the less visible features we have rolled out as part of our brand new Red Badger website is service workers support. If you navigate to our homepage using Chrome, Firefox or Opera, you can turn on the dev tools and see the currently active…
Selected bits of shared information from our private Slack channels at Red Badger. Grouped by channel names.
It’s summer in London. Despite the sun and Wimbledon outdoor screenings, we assembled once again at cozy Facebook Euston office with fellow Reactors to catch up on the latest cool trends and tools.
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.
By the year 2015 I imagined the internet to be something close to how it was envisioned in Gabriele Salvatores’ Nirvana cyberpunk film. You’d plug yourself into cerebral cortex, put VR goggles on and off you would go flying into the cyberspace.
Our March meetup was once again kindly hosted by Facebook at their cozy Euston office. 250 available spots were gone in just few hours after registration start, and so this blog will provide you with all the necessary materials to catch up on some…
Suddenly, there is this moment in your life when you find yourself at the Node JS conference in Budapest. A one day single track event named One-Shot, with a bunch of speakers and a nice variety of topics, complemented with great Kenyan coffee and…
When developing a web app of any sort, usually you have a local server on your local machine. The server is running your app, which you can access using your favourite browser. Later on, when the moment is right, the app is deployed to a public…
Components are a beautiful way of splitting your front end UI and logic into self contained packages, which can be reused and even released as open source. During our recent World Risk Review project we've used components extensively for rapid UI…