Adding Authentication in AWS with Amplify

If you’re familiar with using AWS for user authentication, DynamoDB, AppSync and other services in your app or website, you’ll love Amplify. Amplify is a command-line interface that takes a [...]

Comparing Sass Mixin Libraries

Extending Sass In a previous article, appendTo'er Augusta Hammock wrote about the CSS pre-processor Sass. In this article I'm going to cover Sass mixin/function libraries, which are very helpful additions [...]

Vendor Prefix No More with Compass

We're big proponents of the Sass pre-processor at appendTo. We've spent a lot of time evaluating our CSS workflow in order to write as modular code as possible, and have [...]

UAT Testing

What is UAT testing? In software development, user acceptance testing (UAT)-also called beta testing, application testing, and end user testing-a phase of software development where the software is being tested [...]

Working at a Virtual Company

You may not know that appendTo is a virtual workplace. Currently, we have 23 people working all across the U.S. and in Europe. We each work from our own homes [...]

Using jQuery Templating: An Introduction

Templating is a common server-side language technology. If you’ve worked with data sources where you had a need to output that date to a page—and we pretty much all have—you’re likely [...]

Recent Presentations from appendTo

We’ve been busy the past couple of months giving a couple of great presentations at local meetups and front-end conferences. Scott González and Doug Neiner recently gave separate talks on [...]

Enterprise jQuery Manifesto

EnterprisejQuery.com is run by appendTo. appendTo launched in October of 2009 with Mike Hostetler and myself having the vision of providing enterprise grade services for jQuery. Both of us have [...]