How to migrate a website to WordPress
We’ve migrated dozens of websites to the platform over the last ten years - read our guide
Our own Bradley covers all aspects of software testing, focusing on unexpected inputs, security, developer falsehoods, browser support and accessibility.
The benefits of BDD and E2E testing with Cypress
During lockdown, our own Sam presented the benefits of Behaviour-Driven-Development and End-to-End testing using Cypress to the team and answered questions on the topic. Have a look below.
Quarterly update – BrightMinded in Lockdown
When lockdown was announced, we at BrightMinded expected to be twiddling our thumbs waiting for our next project to come through. However, we have been very fortunate to be inundated with work!
A new era for continuous testing
We all know how important testing is right? But it’s a chore! Or is it?
At the cutting edge of modern software engineering practices, we now find a pool of tools and techniques that make it easier than ever to keep a ruthless eye on your bugs.
How to improve your WordPress security
We implement a range of measures to enhance security and protect against targeted attacks.
How to speed up your WordPress site, fast!
After years of working with WordPress we're experts in speeding it up - find out how!
Artificial Intelligence (AI) vs WordPress plugins
Me: “Alexa, does my SME need to use AI business solutions?”
Alexa: “Yes! Your SME needs AI now!”
Times are strange. We’re all at home, we can’t leave for more than one hour at a time, and shops and cafes are closed. For a lot of us, that means we have much more time to kill within our own homes than we ever have before. Here at BrightMinded, we have certainly been feeling this, so we decided to share what we’ve been doing to keep ourselves occupied to inspire some of you, and help give an insight into who we are as a team! Hopefully there’s something for you to enjoy here, too.
Elearning software and platforms as the new reality
The COVID-19 pandemic has created new models for organisations offering training and learning.
Making a multiplayer web game with Socket IO
Before the lockdown, David presented to the team how he has used WebSockets for his multiplayer web game. Find out how.
Issues to consider when localising software
Have you ever landed on a website where the target audience isn’t people from your country or culture? And how long did it take you to realise this? In all likelihood, you will probably have noticed it almost instantaneously because each region has its own ways of doing things.