The cross-government form-building community has grown to over 130 people and is developing resources to improve how forms are developed and used.
Khidr Suleman, GDS Technical Writer
The .gov.uk domain name application guidance is the first piece of government technology content to use the new step-by-step pattern. Here’s how we made it happen and the benefits of displaying the content in this way for users.
The cross-government open source meetup addressed common barriers to coding in the open, from hacking fears to licensing confusion.
We’re working to make it easier for government technologists to access the guidance they need to buy, design and build the best possible digital services in the most efficient way…
We are pleased to launch the API data and technical standards, which is the culmination of fantastic cross-government collaboration, facilitated by GDS.
Technical Writer, Khidr Suleman attended a cross-government API Standards event at the end of October. The event provided an opportunity to discuss how to promote common principles of API design to make them easy to implement across government. A total …
StackTech is an unconference that brings together technologists from departments across the country. Unlike a traditional conference, attendees pitch ideas on the day and then run sessions. The third StackTech took place at the end of October this year. Summarising an …
Technical Writer on Standards and Assurance, Khidr Suleman attended the cross-government Open Source meetup in London organised by GDS. Here’s a recap of the day’s events...
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