Arcadia’s blog

News Arcadia Launched its Own Product—Perseus
September 10, 2021
Perseus is a software solution that simplifies conversion of data to OMOP CDM by providing a flexible and easy-to-use visual environment.
Blog Post How to Stop Getting Lost among Multiple Figma Mockups
August 20, 2021
In a large project, one does not only need to remember all mockup versions, but also store them in a file. The article tells about versioning tools in Figma.
News New Development Office
July 08, 2021
Arcadia opened its fifth development office in Kazan, a big city and one of the most important cultural centres of Russia.
Blog Post Creating Truly Reliable Plugins Based on the Managed Add-In Framework
July 06, 2021
For one of our projects, Managed Add-In Framework (hereinafter MAF) became the best option for implementation of diverse customer requirements. Here are some nuances of working with MAF.
News Arcadia is a Salesforce Consulting Partner
June 16, 2021
Arcadia has become a Salesforce Consulting Partner. This confirms Arcadia's expertise and gives access to exclusive support and training opportunities of Salesforce.
Blog Post Testing Strategy in a Short-Term Project
May 12, 2021
The strategies and testing tactics used for long-term projects are not very suitable for small ones. Here we show, how to design a testing strategy for a short-term project and put it into practice.
Blog Post Action Filters to Create Cleaner Code
January 25, 2021
There are many ways to solve the annoying problem of duplicate code. In this post, we show how action filters can be used to clean up the code.
Blog Post Understanding Workflow: Why It Matters and How to Change It
December 08, 2020
In this article, we will analyse a few simple examples that demonstrate how a workflow may look, what its common practices are, when it is needed and how to change it.
Blog Post The Evolution of LMS Release Management and Its Benefits
November 19, 2020
This article illustrates how the release process of the high-load platform was transformed from occasional and costly releases to more frequent and predictable ones.