When the public sector is designing services, there’s often a need to consider mobile applications. Until recently this meant creating a service for the web and then in some limited cases, creating separate native mobile apps.
Writing about the work they did in March, David and Robin talk about the benefits of coding in the open.
GDS is recruiting for more technical architects and we want to attract some of the best talent out there. We’ve published a recruitment guide to provide information to candidates.
As an Open Source community member, you are responsible for handling any security issues you identify. This post provides an example of a security issue we encountered and resolved by working with the project security team.
We’ve come to the decision that as of April 2017, the Business Support API will be deprecated. This post explains why we're doing this and the dates you need to know.
Our team makes sure the GOV.UK infrastructure is up to date and maintained, while also providing infrastructure for new requirements. At the moment it’s our mission to “Upgrade the Things”, which involves a series of major updates to our …
In this blog post I’ll discuss our thoughts on providing access to datasets through APIs. My thoughts are based on experiences with the Registers team, who have been conducting user research into how people use data, and agree with the …
In November 2016, roughly 2 years after the original StackTech unconference, we held StackTech2 in London, open to all cross-government technologists.
Today we’re handing over the maintenance of our Puppet::Syntax tool to an open source community group.
One common and powerful security measure you can apply to a system is controlling which other networks and computers it can talk to.
Over the last year on GOV.UK, we’ve been looking for ways to make our forms easier to use by improving the checkboxes and radio buttons that people need to click on.