Deploying the Teamwork Chat Web app

It’s been awhile since we’ve posted anything technical related to Teamwork Chat. I’m starting off what will likely be a series of posts about bringing our desktop client to the Web. It wasn’t quite as easy as Adam… 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…

Developing a Chrome Extension for Dyslexics

“I was dyslexic before anybody knew what dyslexia was. I was called ‘slow’. It’s an awful feeling to think of yourself as ‘slow’ – it’s horrible.” – Robert Benton Look at the above quote and consider the fact… Read more…

Never miss a build failure again

Our integration setup At Teamwork.com, we’ve chosen to use Codeship as our continuous integration platform. Codeship hooks up to Github and allows you to write custom scripts that execute if tests succeed. That means every time you commit… 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…

Inside Teamwork Projects for Chrome

Since my recent post about the Teamwork.com Timer app, I feel more confident writing about my projects and, today, I’m writing about one of my favorites – Teamwork Projects for Chrome, which as you may have guessed is… Read more…