Back-End (4)Suggest a Checklist
Sometimes, we mess up the basic rules of code style. So we need a friend to cover our back! With PHP we are using PHP CS Fixer by to configure it we follow the steps below.
CI Flow we commonly use in our PHP projects. We usually use CircleCI for run our checks. You can rearrange the orders of the to-do's, we usually follow them this way.
The list of the To-do's we have complete right before the deploy our application to stage or live 🚀
Steps we follow when starting a new project with Symfony. We recommend you to commit your changes in VCS you use after each step. Every To-do title can be a commit message for you.
There are some checklists which are hard to categorize. Let’s just call them generals.
They manage the team and act as a bridge between designers, developers and frankly, everyone, with the additional help of these checklists.
These checklists ensure that we have standardized both visual design and user experience design principles.
We keep it simple and smart, and these are our checklists mainly used by our front-end developers.
Our marketing checklist is to help supporting our good work by its communication, and has everything marketing team uses for our marketing efforts.
We love to automate things and have also checklists for that.
Cabin crew, slides armed and cross check! Here are the checklists to make sure everyone in the crew is happy.
Connecting people by covering all the processes from mobile development to roll-out the application.