Devops Microservices Breakfast Boost

Breakfast Series Scheduled: Microservices and DevOps Education

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Keyhole Software has released a schedule of upcoming educational events that are open to the public. Keyhole is hosting two free Breakfast Boost events to advise members of enterprise development teams on important and emerging technical topics: Microservices Application Architectural Approach: Thursday, January 28th, 2016 DevOps for the Enterprise: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 Both free presentations will be held at the Keyhole Software …

HTML5 Essentials

Tutorial – HTML5 Essentials for Enterprise SPA Development

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Single Page Application architectures allow rich, responsive application user interfaces to be developed. Enterprises have the ability to expand applications to more devices by implementing browser-based SPAs with JavaScript and HTML5. But developers need a deep understanding of JavaScript and HTML5 features to fully take advantage of SPA. This tutorial will describe the new features of HTML5, making an attempt to …


Gamification Overview

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Gamification: the process of using game thinking and mechanics to engage users to participate in non-game activities in your website, service, or community. Understanding how and why gamification works, the areas it is most effective, and what the limits are will help you determine the best approach. These topics will be discussed throughout this blog post. Gamification provides a direct …


Case Study – Implementing an HTML5/JavaScript Enterprise Java Application

David Pitt Architecture, HTML5, Java, JavaScript, Keyhole Creations, Technology Snapshot 3 Comments

The Keyhole team has had recent engagements that involve applying HTML5 technology to create rich client web applications. In order to explore and validate application architecture design patterns and best practices in this area, and as they say “eat our own dogfood,” we have gone through the process to rewrite our existing internal timesheet tracking system. The old, legacy system …