Entries by Basefarm

Continuous development using containers

Are you familiar with the “throw it over the fence” method? If so, you’ll know that it is not very productive. The method refers back to the old times of web development, when humans and technology often failed to work together optimally. Once new code runs well on the developers’ machines, it was ‘thrown over […]

Data Thinking: A Guide to Success in the Digital Age

How do we keep up with the pace of digitalization and take control over our own digital development? And how do we learn new skills and routines that lead to successful digitalization? It all starts with a modern way of thinking and acting. At Basefarm we call it Data Thinking.

How a Web Application Firewall can protect against bad coding

You might think, and you could even be right in that your own web application is perfectly written with zero bugs, so that no attacker can obtain information they should not be able to. But what about the software surrounding your web application? Unfortunately, this software often is things you don’t have control over like frameworks, web servers, operating systems, and sometimes even hardware.

An app in a day

Is building “an app in a day” realistic? It is possible, according to Martin Eliasson Jäger, developer at IT Huset in Stockholm “If you have planned your web application infrastructure well, you probably can be up and running in only one day”.