For as long as I can remember, I wanted to grow up to be a developer. Sure it was totally for the sole reason of creating video games, but still I knew that that was the path for me. But growing up, I didn’t even know that was possible until I was first introduced to programming in high school. It was during that time that I realized it was something I was great at and loved doing.
Boyle Software’s client roster recently grew with the addition of ASCAP – The American Society for Composers, Authors and Publishers. We’re very happy to be assisting the much-respected performing rights organization on a variety of development projects.
Founded more than 100 years ago, ASCAP collects performance royalties for some of the biggest names in music, from yesterday and today: Beyoncé, Duke Ellington, Katy Perry, The Beatles, Jay-Z, and George Gershwin have all been a part of the ASCAP story. Who wouldn’t be excited to be working closely with an organization with such an amazing history? We at Boyle Software look forward to a long and harmonious relationship.
Educational-publishing powerhouse Scholastic, a long-time Boyle Software client, recently adopted Demandware as its new ecommerce engine. We are happy to be assisting in this transition, supplying advanced front-end development support in integrating this robust platform into Scholastic’s various websites.
Are you trying to truncate text according to the space available? This is something you just cannot do in the back-end. That’s the truth – unless you are really crazy and have plenty of spare time. But even approaching text truncation in the front-end is not something achievable by writing a couple of simple CSS lines. In my opinion, one of the best approaches out there is the one offered by Andres Descalzo in this discussion over at StackOverflow. I took his method and modified it to match the needs of a responsively designed site. Here’s how it’s done…