Preventing page redirects to data:, in Safari
Safari has a built in XSS auditor that tries to prevent reflective XSS attacks – where the attacker submits content through a POST request and it is immediately displayed back in the response. To do this it looks for tags, including <script> and <iframe>, in the POST params. If it finds any, it looks Read More »
Limit the size of your Rails test and development logs
I just ran out of disk space and went looking for things to delete, I was amazed to find nearly 10Gb of test.log and development.log files kicking around. “Surely there must be a way to limit the size” I thought. There is! And it’s easy. And you should definitely do this now. In your config/environments/test.rb Read More »
We’re expanding our team!
Following our most successful year to date and the growth of our fantastic client base, we’re looking to expand our close-knit team with two new roles. We’re looking for: a front-end UX / UI developer and a PHP / WordPress developer. Front-end Developer We’re looking for someone to sit between our lead designer, Andrew, and our back-end developers. Read More »
Barry Woolgar, Ruby on Rails developer and PHP pro, has just joined our team here at Storm and we’re all thrilled to have him on board. Barry is a talented programmer who studied Computer Science and eBusiness at Loughborough University. He joins us from Wired Media in Bristol where he was a senior web developer, leading Read More »
Storm Hack 2014 – Rube Goldberg Machine Hack
Saturday 1st February 9.00am – 7.00pm Please join us at Storm for a hack day with a difference. The aim is to build a Rube Goldberg machine, (a machine that performs a very simple task in a very complicated and over-engineered way). The challenge is to send a tweet in the most complicated way possible. Read More »
How to get More Bang for your Heroku Buck While Making Your Rails Site Super Snappy [Redux]
I first wrote about how to get the most bang for your Heroku buck a year ago. Since then a few things have changed and we’ve learnt even more about how to deliver great performance from our Heroku hosted sites. Some of the advice remains the same, but there are some important changes. There is Read More »
Welcome to New Bond Street Rupert & Buckley
We were recently approached by ‘Rupert & Buckley’, small independent retailers using a pop up shop space over the road from us. They wanted to use our wifi, because they are only staying for a few weeks. Obviously we’ve been happy to help, as many others have helped us when we’ve needed it in the Read More »
Everyone at Storm Towers enjoyed the Christmas lights in Bath being switched on by Mary Berry this week – our new office gave us a perfect view up Milsom Street. We broke out the fizz and mince pies to toast the start of the Christmas season. Liam even made a new friend when, as he Read More »
We’re building Sirona’s new website!
After recently delivering a brand new and very successful intranet for Sirona Care & Health, and working as the company’s web tech advisors, we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve now been appointed to redevelop its public facing site. This time around we have far more stakeholders to consider, as Sirona’s users come from a wide Read More »