Head of a secret new product at Teamwork.com. Author of 'Developing an Electron Edge' http://bit.ly/electron-edge. Creator of Ked http://adamlynch.com/ked/. Find me on Twitter as @lynchy010

Serverless crash reporting for Electron apps

The term “serverless” has been trendy for a while now. In this post, I’m going to share my experience dabbling with serverless architecture, specifically for handling crash reports from Electron apps. The conference I attend about two or… Read more…

Under the hood of a hybrid (app)

It has been about a year since we had A peek under the hood of Teamwork Chat. Since then, we’ve added a few nice features, fixed some bugs, and introduced a couple. You know how it goes. More… Read more…

Resurrecting Clippy

Remember Clippy? First shipped with Windows 97, Clippy was a “smart” assistant for Microsoft Office. A selfless shape-shifting paperclip who would appear out of nowhere to help you in any way it could. And how did you treat… Read more…

10 things to know about Gulp

I love Gulp. It’s great in so many ways and for so many purposes. I’ve been putting off writing a post on it forever. There’s just too much to write about; I could write a book on it…. Read more…

Dealing with long paths

You might have been unfortunate enough to learn that Windows has a 256-character limit on file paths. You could’ve run into this problem locally or on end users’ machines. We’ve created a simple little module called gulp-path-length to… Read more…

CoffeeScript at Teamwork

The first project at Teamwork to use CoffeeScript was the Teamwork.com iPad app. Fast forward two years. We now have web, mobile and even desktop apps built with CoffeeScript. If you need a primer, there’s no better place… Read more…