Want to get started on building an app? The good news is that there is a lot you can do on your own to get started - even if you have absolutely no development knowledge!
At Yeti, we create a large number of apps from the ground up due to the number of startups we work with. Every new app gives us the opportunity to improve our tech stack and one if its important pieces - folder structure.
A look at how to go about getting a pre=release app up in the Android and iOS app platforms for testing and approval.
A look at Yeti's recent trip to PyCon 2012.
Our top 5 suggestions for developers moving into the New Year.
A few of our favorite best practices for developers using Git.
At the last meeting of the San Francisco Django Meetup Group, Manish Sinha gave a talk on migrating from REST to GraphQl in Django. Take a look at the video here!
The first group of students to graduate from RocketU did so with a "Demo Day" event.
This recent San Francisco Django Meetup talk, given by Cara Borenstein, provides an introduction to websockets, django channels, and common gotchas when deploying channels apps.
In this article we'll be breaking down how we dealt with authorizing a Google Cloud Platform service account from a Docker image running in Heroku's cloud platform.
This post is part 3 of a series on using OAuth with Django REST Framework.
An overview of how to digest all that you learn at a coding bootcamp.
Python Social Auth is intended for use through the web and has routes already set up for authenticating and disconnecting users from different social media services.
An overview of San Francisco Django Meetups five through eight.
Although there are many nuances to the language and relatively few code examples out there, one of the huge benefits of Swift was how readable it is.
Using Node.JS to proxy requests to mutate them under the hood can be beneficial. In cases like these, it can also make your product more secure.
The following are five pervasive myths about why app development should be a simple process — and the real reasons that a good product takes time.
Chris gives us the low down on how he tackled implementing a test suite for a large, pre-existing codebase from the ground up.
This post in particular covers how to leverage a PUBSUB (publish-subscribe) Redis server and websockets to this purpose.
In this talk given at a recent meeting of the San Francisco Django Meetup Group, Christophe Pettus, Chief Consultant and CEO of PostgreSQL Experts Inc., discusses situations and efficiencies you can obtain by using direct SQL.
Part of the Yeti Lunch and Learn series - our amazing developer, Resdan, gives a presentation on creating a reusable component library. Enjoy the video!
Part 2 of how to create basic effects for games on the Android Particle System.
Frankly, after making all this work, I'm not convinced that implementing your own OAuth flow is much more secure than using token-based authentication.
Here at Yeti we love learning new things, so twice a month we open up the floor to presentations on areas of personal expertise. Our awesome developer, Dean, recently gave this presentation on Graph Theory.
An overview of bug reporting basics.
I wanted to have a Raspberry Pi that checks the following boxes, OS: Raspbian and Python Env: Python 3.5 (installed and routed to with Pyenv). Here's what I came up with.
In this talk, given at the San Francisco Django Meetup group's latest meeting, Stan Knutson discusses building mapping applications with Django.
Whether you’re starting fresh on building a workflow plan, or adapting to accommodate a new project, there are always ways to improve and new things to consider.
There was some great insight if you plan on implementing celery for your Django application soon.
A look at beginner DevOps with Django and Fabric.
How we prep for Hackathons.