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Over the last year a key objective for the Technology team at Comic Relief has been to build products not websites. Recently we reviewed our current approach for automated regression testing for one of our products here at Comic Relief. I started to look into this idea around a year and half ago because I found that each time a new project started, I needed to redo much of the same styling work. About us Data Design Engineering Product. Back in February we held a hack day which led to this post on practical tips for organising one.

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We built APIs on top of various databases, simplified our contact servicebuilt a step counter service for UK schools participating in our billion steps challenge for Sport Relief, run a UK schools lookup service, and are currently converting our main donation platform to a serverless application.

Drupal 8 at Comic Relief Over the last year a key objective for the Technology team at Comic Relief has been to build products not websites.

Even worse, when the main project was still in development, it was hard to keep an eye on the minor changes that affected other projects, so they would quickly get cojic of sync with each other.

We have now opened up this codebase — you can find it here.

About us Data Design Comiv Product. It has been over a year since we first embarked on our serverless journey at Comic Relief, and our functions have been happily running in production ever since. In this post I will discuss about our new approach for automated regression testing for Giving pages project.

Skip to content Close Search for: One of the most significant things we learnt from amalgamating our campaign sites onto a single platform was the efficiency that emerged from reusing code and functionality. Hackdays and hackathons are a fantastic way to engage your development team in new challenges.

Recently we reviewed our current approach for automated regression testing for one of our products here at Comic Relief. I commic to look into this idea around a year and half ago because I found that each time a new project started, I needed to kogo much of the same styling work. For the past four months, the Platform Squad at Comic Relief has been working on a content migration from the old Drupal 7 code base to our beautiful new Drupal 8 platform. So imagine how it feels when there are of you thrown together into one grand auditorium — it makes you understand how cults come into fruition.

Since then the team have been working to deliver another website using the platform codebase and also commic to open-source the codebase. This was wasting the valuable time of both those spending the time completing an application and the team at Comic Relief who review them. Back in February we held a hack day which led to this post on practical tips for organising one.

Over the last year a key objective for the Technology team at Comic Relief has been to build products not websites.

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