The Government Digital Service (GDS) has created an API catalogue on GitHub to increase transparency across government, start conversations and improve data sharing.
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.
From new development processes to cultural practices, Chris gives the lowdown on how developing at GDS is different from other organisations.
GDS has made it easier for small public sector organisations to set up and use GOV.UK Pay. Previously, it could take some organisations up to 6 months before they could take payments through GOV.UK Pay. Now users can get set up and take payments from citizens on the same day.
By making the switch to continuous deployment on one of the government’s busiest services, DWP has reduced downtime on Find a job and released updates faster to provide benefits to users.
GOV.UK Pay now offers the ability to show users pages in Welsh. We take a look at the technical details and how this will help us add more language support in the future.
The GOV.UK Pay team has made significant performance improvements by using the GOV.UK Design System. Find out what our migration process was like and how your service can benefit too.
In GOV.UK's Modelling Services team we looked at the possibility of using sticky functionality as part of our work with step by step navigation elements. Here’s what we found.
Our colleagues in the GOV.UK Email team send out notification emails to around 750,000 GOV.UK users who have signed up for alerts about significant content changes.
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…