Wolk Software Engineering

by Wolk Software Limited

A group of young and ambitious people dedicated to creating cutting-edge applications in combination with beautiful and functional design.

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Writing JavaScript APIs

This article covers the most important things that you will need to consider before and while writing your own utilities and libraries. We’ll focus on how to make your code accessible to other developers.


A couple of topics will be touching upon jQuery for demonstration, yet this article is neither about jQuery nor about writing plugins for it.

The computer is a moron.” Don’t write code for morons, write for humans! — Peter Drucker

 1. Fluent Interface

The Fluent Interface is often referred to as Method Chaining (although that’s only half the truth). To beginners it looks like the jQuery style. While I believe the API style was a key ingredient in jQuery’s success, it wasn’t invented by them — credits seem to go to Martin Fowler who coined the term back in 2005, roughly a year before jQuery was released. Fowler only gave the thing a name, though — Fluent Interfaces have been around

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Becoming a JavaScript ninja

I’m training really hard to become what some people call a “JavaScript Ninja”. in this post I will share with you some important things that I have learned so far.


 1. Use code convections

Coding conventions are a set of guidelines for a specific programming language that recommend programming style, practices and methods for each aspect of a piece program written in this language. These conventions usually cover file organization, indentation, comments, declarations, statements, white space, naming conventions, programming practices, programming principles, programming rules of thumb, architectural best practices, etc. These are guidelines for software structural quality. Software programmers are highly recommended to follow these guidelines to help improve the readability of their source code and make software maintenance easier.

There are tools that will help you to ensure that

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Setting up a software company in the Republic of Ireland


To form a company in the Republic of Ireland you will need to send the following documents, along with the registration fee (€100 Physical Registration or € 50 Digital Registration), to The Companies Registration Office (CRO):

  • Memorandum of association
  • Articles of association
  • Form A1

Before being able to write these documents you will need to decide what type of company suits your plans better. There are a number of company types:

 Limited company

The shares in a company are owned by its shareholders. If the company is a limited liability company, the shareholders’ liability, should the company fail, is limited to the amount, if any, remaining unpaid on the shares held by them. A company is a separate legal entity and, therefore, is separate and distinct from those who run it. Only the company can be sued for its obligations and can sue to enforce its rights.

There are four

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Hello World!

Before Wolk Software Limited was founded (just a couple of weeks ago) we spent quite a lot of time thinking about some really complex questions like:

  • What would we like the company to be like someday?
  • What would make us different from other organizations?
  • What would we like people to think about our brand?

The answer to all this questions was related with words like “prestige” or “reputation”.


We are aware of the difficulties that involve trying to reach new customers. We know that there are many other organizations with similar plans in mind and that some of them have been around for a while and have a lot of resources available. That makes harder to compete against them but we have a plan to achieve a positive brand perception and we believe that, even though it is too early to try to compete with the big players in metrics like sales or profit, is never too early to compete

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