We discussed software licenses and gave a few tips for dealing with them in our previous article (check it out here if you missed it). This time, we decided to cover a few more intricate licensing questions, with the focus on free and open source software.
Software licensing is quite a tangled tale for startupers, digital product owners, and (shhh!) sometimes to developers and project managers too. Let’s wade through license types, terms and permissions explained in normal-people speak. This article would also give you a few practical tips for dealing with licenses. They should be helpful to everyone involved in software development process.
If you ever struggled creating custom themes in Mautic using your favorite layout design tools, we are more than sure you’ll like this article. Here's how to add a new theme for your Mautic emails in just five simple steps.
We recently released an open-source bundle for an email marketing tool, Mautic. It allows greater flexibility in email templates and makes life of active Mautic users easier. Glad to share it with everyone today!
Apache JMeter is one of the most popular open-source tools for performance and load testing. In this article, we shared a few Logicify best practices, tips and lifehacks to make testing with JMeter even more effective and indicative of a web app performance.
We continue our “Logicify for Logicify” series of articles, in which we share our internal projects and initiatives. Previous article described our crafted IoT solution for office weather monitoring. Today we’d like to talk about the project internally known as Logicify Office Dashboard.
The third article in “Logicify Monitoring Tools” series talks about Grafana, a software we use both for internal and external projects to visualize and analyze the data about system state and performance.
Logicify CTO, Dmitry Berezovsky, introduced our solution for air quality control at a local software development conference earlier this year. We made some progress and enhancements since then. This post discusses how the solution was built phase by phase.
The second article in “Logicify Monitoring Tools” series talks about Graylog, a software we use to manage the logs and analyze structured data received from web applications.
The aim of any software company (and Logicify is not an exception) is to deliver healthy and reliable products. While a product’s reliability and performance rely on the team of developers and QAs, what does the “health” of a product depend on?