Red Ant client NCPIC has been pushing the boundaries of web-based psychological interventions for the past four to five years. Their latest intervention program Clear Your Vision had a few hurdles it had to overcome when it came to translating it
We use the Nginx web server for the majority of our websites at Red Ant. It’s incredibly flexible, and built for speed (freakishly fast in fact). One drawback though is that finding solutions for some of the more curly configuration problems
We use a tool called Jenkins to do Continuous Integration (often referred to as CI). Without getting too nerdy, all that means is that we have a server sitting in the background continually checking our work. Each time someone changes something, the Jenkins CI server “builds” a completely new version of the site and runs some tests over it.
We’ve started moving all of our projects over to GitFlow, which is a way of managing all the complex changes and workflow involved in making, testing and publishing digital projects. How we manage our test and deploy workflow has changed