The cross-government form-building community has grown to over 130 people and is developing resources to improve how forms are developed and used.
Frontend development is a growing role within government, and it’s a vital one, as the work is focused on the parts of government that citizens interact with most often. Iqbal Ahmed, frontend developer at GDS, outlines the main duties of the role.
Help the government build better services by joining the cross-government community to share knowledge and resources.
A dedicated frontend developer will make your website faster, more accessible and easier to use. This post looks at what frontend development is, and why you should hire someone in that role now.
We’ve switched to using Docker ‘containers’ for our local development environment, which has made it simpler to use and less error-prone.
Whether you’re searching for micropigs or income tax, we've upgraded the Elasticsearch database that powers GOV.UK search to make it easier to find information.
The Government Digital Service has published the first part of our new suite of cloud guidance, covering provider lock-in. We’ve also published a case study on cost optimisation at the Home Office.
The Open Standards Board is recommending the RFC 4180 standard and OpenAPI 3 specification to improve data sharing across government. Find out why these are recommended and how you can submit proposals.
From new development processes to cultural practices, Chris gives the lowdown on how developing at GDS is different from other organisations.
Find out how the Local Land Charges team at HM Land Registry has helped local authorities in England to standardise and migrate local land charges register information to one central, accessible place.