Category Archives: Viget

Zen and the Art of Legacy Web App Maintenance

Before we jump into the nerdy bits here, let’s take a moment to honor the true thinker of Zen, author Robert M. Pirsig, who passed away April 24th, 2017.

Quality . . . you know what it is, yet you don’t know what it is. But that’s self-contradictory. But some things are better than others, that is, they have more quality. But when you try to say what the quality is, apart from the things that have it, it all goes poof!

Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

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One build tool to rule them all—Blendid!

Introducing Blendid!—the culmination of over three years of steady progress and community contributions in pursuit of the perfect front-end toolset. It’s a stand-alone blend of fully configurable tasks packaged into a full-featured modern asset pipeline. Blendid combines and configures the best build tools so you don’t have to.

It can be used out of the box with zero configuration as a static site builder, or can be easily configured for any platform. At Viget, we’ve used Blendid on production Rails, Django, Craft, Laravel, and React projects, to name a few.

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The Next Real Estate Frontier: Relieving Buyer Anxiety

Few life events bring such trepidation, anxiety, and stress than purchasing a home. The process is complex and littered with vocabulary and legalese that makes even the most intelligent person feel like a child. From the perspective of the buyer, the process seems to be an endless stream of disjointed tasks, many of which have potential to derail the entire purchase. Add the financial implications and fear brought on by the previous housing crash, and it’s easy to see why buyers are waiting longer than previous generations to purchase a home.

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The Next Real Estate Frontier: Relieving Buyer Anxiety

Few life events bring such trepidation, anxiety, and stress than purchasing a home. The process is complex and littered with vocabulary and legalese that makes even the most intelligent person feel like a child. From the perspective of the buyer, the process seems to be an endless stream of disjointed tasks, many of which have potential to derail the entire purchase. Add the financial implications and fear brought on by the previous housing crash, and it’s easy to see why buyers are waiting longer than previous generations to purchase a home.

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The Next Real Estate Frontier: Relieving Buyer Anxiety

Few life events bring such trepidation, anxiety, and stress than purchasing a home. The process is complex and littered with vocabulary and legalese that makes even the most intelligent person feel like a child. From the perspective of the buyer, the process seems to be an endless stream of disjointed tasks, many of which have potential to derail the entire purchase. Add the financial implications and fear brought on by the previous housing crash, and it’s easy to see why buyers are waiting longer than previous generations to purchase a home.

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