If you're developer, you doubtlessly have been exposed to the complexities of creating solutions that can function across a wide range of platforms and consumers. Like us, you’ve probably turned to client-side technologies like Angular, React, Vue and Node to help solve these problems. Managing content in such a diverse environment can be a challenge, but one that a Headless CMS can thrive in.
Since day one, the Blueriver team has believed we were “making the web a better place” one project at a time. By eliminating distractions, reducing fear of failure and providing clear goals, our mission has always been to create Flow in the digital experience. It’s why we do what we do. Unfortunately, we didn’t understand the importance of adopting web accessibility (AX) earlier into our workflow, and the benefits in doing so. Quite simply, we misunderstood who really benefits from better web accessibility: everyone.
The future is here. The concepts of Headless CMS, and Content as a Service (CaaS), have moved from optional to imperative. Predicting where your users will access your content, be it mobile, a website, chat, voice (or whatever comes next), will become increasingly important, requiring you to come to the party prepared, solution in hand.
Debt Decimator is a debt payoff assistant that tells you what to pay and when, ensuring the fastest path to debt freedom. It is proudly built atop the Lucee scripting language. Here's why.
What if you could plan and prototype an innovative solution, develop a killer team, and design a long-term strategy in just five days? Sound too good to be true? It’s not. It’s called a design sprint and it’s one of the core strategies we employ at Blueriver to help eliminate distraction and create clear goals for our projects.
It's a fact - a lot of developers have a love/hate relationship with CSS. Awesome, right? But writing CSS can be both challenging and rewarding, as Blueriver's Evan Dunham has learned first hand. While he now experiences more ups than downs when writing CSS, it hasn't always been that way.
Being a professional developer means that your own skills are also constantly developing and evolving, as you expand your toolkit and learn new ways of solving problems. Thanks to the ever-changing landscape of web technology, there is no "one-language" developer anymore. In this light, there truly is no such thing as a "Mura Developer".
Development Team Lead Nick Sollecito from Scientific American shares the experience and lessons learned migrating SA's infrastructure and automation pipeline using Travis-CI, Docker Swarm, and Amazon Web Services, following the Twelve Factor App methodology.
Christine Ballisty breakdowns her seven keys to finding Flow—and doubling productivity.
We're excited to announce the release of Mura 7 for production use today. Mura 7 includes huge improvements to the editing experience - including a brand new layout manager which allows for drag/drop page development and configuration - and extensive new programming capabilities, including the powerful Mura ORM and Mura.js frameworks for rapid customization and application building.