Monthly Archives: September 2017

Vue.js carousel State Fair

This is the announcment page for Minnesota State Fair Space Tower. This was the “next level of difficulty” for Vue.js. It involved using vue-cli to create the webpack-simple basis for the project, then learning how to incorporate components into the … Continue reading

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The future of AngularJS and Angular 2

It has been fun developing AngularJS applications. It was the first complete framework that was both a higher level of abstraction than jQuery and easy enough (not “easy”, per se) to learn and use. You can even play with my … Continue reading

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Should REST and microservice APIs be Versioned?

This is a very lively topic. The starting point for these questions must be: in our world (enterprise grade computer science), what isn’t versioned? The answer to that is: everything is versioned. Therefore, the actual question splits into two parts: … Continue reading

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