Node Application Server with CouchDB

Brett Jones Databases, HTML5, JavaScript, Node, Technology Snapshot, Tutorial 5 Comments

Much has been made lately of “NoSQL” non-relational databases. A few weeks back, Lou wrote a post introducing CouchDB, a free Apache Foundation document datastore. Lou’s application was hosted entirely from CouchDB. I recently wrote a web application with a more traditional approach, with a server using CouchDB as its backend. Traditional in that sense, but non-traditional in another: the …

Mobile HTML5 Enterprise Application Architecture

David Pitt Architecture, HTML5, JavaScript, Mobile, Tutorial 10 Comments

If you’re thinking that you can prevent end-user demand for mobility, just remember this: when PCs were first introduced, IT attempted to hold them at bay. How did that work out? Mobile device proliferation is causing (some say forcing) IT departments to change. They must now support mobile devices, which further extends to IT having to develop mobile-friendly applications. Simply accessing …

Developers: Make Your Websites Stand Out With Six Easy Tools

Adi Rosenblum HTML5, JavaScript, Technology Snapshot Leave a Comment

Can you believe that it has been almost 20 years since the Internet was made accessible for the masses? Time sure flies when you’re having fun! While the history of the Internet can be traced as far back as the 1960s and 70s, Internet for the basic consumer really began in the late 1980s and early 90s when the first Internet …

Introducing khsSherpa

Keyhole Software HTML5, JavaScript, Keyhole Creations, Mobile 2 Comments

The Keyhole team is proud to announce the release of the khsSherpa framework, a JSON Endpoint Open Source Framework for Mobile and HTML5 Support. This framework is publicly available on gitHub, and version 1.2.2 (as of 3/26/2013) is available in the Maven Public Central Repository. How khsSherpa Works The intent of the khsSherpa framework is to invoke service side Java classes, which we refer to as endpoints, …