When you write a Perl application with Mojolicious framework, you put tests into the
t directory. Then it is very easy to run them because Mojolicious supports tests “out of the box” with
test command that should run all tests one by one:
Recently I spent some time on learning and practicing responsive UI design. That basically means “making web site mobile friendly”.
First I started with Twitter bootstrap. The problem with Twitter bootstrap is that it brings ~100 KB CSS file (and lots of other junk if you are not careful).
Which means that when user’s smartphone opens my Twitter-bootstrap backed web page, it needs to download extra 100 KB. Which makes page load slower. Not surprisingly, Twitter does not use their own Twitter Bootstrap CSS.
Metro UI seems like a bit better alternative (smaller CSS file size at ~10 KB). Still, it is extra file to load.
“Friendly interface” has become a term universally accepted. Nobody seems to ponder on the message of those words. But pondering over the phrase gives you the shivers: the programs though creatures of our mind seem close to conquering the world while definitely breaking loose of our control.