The beginner's guide to BDD

This whitepaper provides an introduction to BDD – an approach to development that improves communication between business and technical teams to create software with business value. Aimed at both technical and business professionals, this guide explains how BDD can benefit projects of all sizes, and how to implement it with confidence. The guide will be updated regularly by experienced BDD practitioners within Inviqa, as well as other external contributors, and is structured to reflect the flow of the BDD process.

Magento 2: What retailers can expect

The long-awaited next edition of Magento is about to hit the eCommerce world. When announced back in 2014, Magento 2 promised improved performance and scalability, streamlined customisations, easier installations, higher quality code and simplified integrations. Magento 2 is currently in Merchant Beta, a phase where Magento has 15 merchants worldwide implementing the new Magento 2 platform. The Magento team recently held a webinar to take us through some of the new features that we’ve already seen using the Magento 2 Developer Beta, as well as some of the improvements we can expect to see in the next few months before the Magento 2 General Availability (GA) scheduled for November this year.

An introduction to testing and quality assurance

It’s human nature to make errors and therefore any developer working on a large piece of work will make errors along the way. Since the inception of high-level computer programming back in the 1950s, developers have been writing massive amounts of code to deliver a very specific function. Ultimately errors will occur, bugs can and will slip into the code, and as a result defects may appear in the software delivered to the end user.

Trendsetter: Rechannel's platform scales for future growth

For fashion brands and designers, managing wholesale orders with retailers can be a convoluted process. Organising product lines and stock availability can require endless back and forth between brand and retailer, meaning orders often take weeks to process – a bottleneck for the fast moving fashion industry...