As one of the accessibility champions in our company and a digital inclusion proponent, I have always tried to explore new avenues to improve accessibility across the different platforms that we support. According to the World Bank, 15% of the world’s population has some type of disability. Adding accessibility features makes using mobile apps easier for all users, not just those with disabilities.
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Many companies want to offer their products and services as both web and native experiences -- so-called multi-screen application development. Application development on various devices is historically siloed. The eBay Experience Service interface abstracts most business logic/knowledge away from clients to provide new functionality to native and web apps with minimum or no client code change.
At eBay, we’ve completely transformed how we build web applications, starting with the transition from a Java-based stack to a Node.js-based stack. Node.js has enabled teams to move faster, and it offers an abundant ecosystem of tools and libraries that are essential to modern web application development.
Every day we hear news of data breaches and passwords being stolen or compromised.
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As application code has evolved from monolithic to client-server, and to now micro-services, test automation has to evolve as well.
In early 2016, the Monitoring Special Interest Group (SIG) ventured into solving the problem of logs and metrics shipping from Tess.io (eBay’s Kubernetes ecosystem).