Part 1: JavaScript Application Introduction

Chris Berry JavaScript, Node, Single-Page Application, Technology Snapshot, Vue Leave a Comment

Part of the Solid Foundations Learning Series
This is the introductory post to an in-depth series of articles that will tell the story of why and how a specific web application was built. In a nutshell, it is a JavaScript-based suite of single-page applications optimized for use in a microservice environment.

In this post, we will set the stage for the series and introduce the overall design and structure of this application. In future posts of this series, there will be technical discussions about certain parts of the application and there will be theory discussions for other aspects of the application.

The web application we will be talking about started its life as a simple NodeJS and Express application….

Lean Mean Vue Machine

Chris Berry JavaScript, Technology Snapshot, Vue Leave a Comment

The year is 2019 and Command Line Interfaces abound for many of the big name JavaScript frameworks such as Angular CLI, Create React App, and the Vue CLI.

But wouldn’t it be nice to go back to the days when you could just drop a simple script tag on a page and be able to run an application? Well, here is my attempt in trying to accomplish just that.

In this post, we create a working Vue.js web application with standard CRUD functionality and deploy it without any extra dependencies other than the actual application itself.

JavaScript Bake-Off: Angular, React, and Vue

David Pitt Angular, JavaScript, Opinion, React, Single-Page Application, Vue Leave a Comment

As Keyhole consultants, we are exposed to a plethora of technology stacks and implementations from client project to client project. Particularly with our enterprise clients, great care must go into selecting the best technologies for the company’s technical needs and current landscape. After all, they don’t want to be re-writing the same application in just a couple of years due to lackluster choices and shortage of developers to add functionality.

In this post, we present an open source reference application developed three times using three different frameworks, React, Vue & Angular.