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Keeping track of current JavaScript Frameworks that help design your clientside Business Logic Layers.
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Enhanced Ember Mimosa tooling and a New Ember Skeleton

Enhanced Ember Mimosa tooling and a New Ember Skeleton | JavaScript for Line of Business Applications | Scoop.it

I'm going to talk through a few new Mimosa modules that solve some tooling gaps with Ember, and then I'll quickly discuss a new Mimosa skeleton that brings it all together. You can, though, skip the jibber-jabber and get straight to the new Ember skeleton and check out the result of all of this coming together.

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Building front-end assets for web development

Building front-end assets for web development | JavaScript for Line of Business Applications | Scoop.it

Building, transpiling, or compiling front-end assets, whichever way you want to state it, modern web development is best accomplished using tools like LessCoffeeScriptBrowserifyRequireJs, or any other variant that does or will exist. The difficulty comes in unifying this vast pool of resources to arrive at the most efficient application you can for todays standard web browsers. But, more importantly that they leave the door open for you to migrate to the next powerful tool without significant effort. It is important to note that these technologies are not required to write an efficient application, but they are paramount when developing a maintainable codebase.

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Ember.js + Sails.js + PostgreSQL - An end-to-end technology-chain that enables rapid web application development in a RESTful fashion

Intention behind chaining technologies like Ember.js + Sails.js +PostgreSQL is to foster the below best practices in our end-to-end web application development (i.e. both client-side & server-side development).

Best Practices
Ember.js goodies [Client-side]
  • Single-Page Application (SPA) on the client-side for improved user-experience
  • MVC pattern that structure’s + manage’s interaction between the client-side software artifacts
  • Convention-Over-Configuration to achieve productivity & understandability during development/maintenance phases
Sails.js goodies [Server-side]
  • RESTful architectural style for piping CRUD operation between client-side calls & server-side persisted datasets
  • Convention-Over-Configuration to achieve productivity & understandability during development/maintenance phases
PostgreSQL goodies [Server-side]
  • ORDBMS, so as to harness its technological maturity & operational performance

By focusing on the above goodies, our goal in this blog-post is to primarily showcase technical details on how to chain such technologies together and at the same time introduce you to the rapid web application development that are highly maintainable.

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Part2: http://restfulwebapplessonsvision.blogspot.fr/2014/06/part-2-emberjs-sailsjs-postgresql-end.html

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Mimosa - A Browser Development Toolkit

Mimosa - A Browser Development Toolkit | JavaScript for Line of Business Applications | Scoop.it

A modern browser development toolkit. JavaScript, CSS, and template compilers, linting, optimization, serving, RequireJS support, and Live Reload built right in. Pluggable for authoring your own functionality.

Jan Hesse's insight:

As far as I can tell It's a huge toolkit for WebApp production. Think of Metro.js competition.

Boilerplate sample:

https://github.com/h-taylor/mimosa-knockout

https://github.com/xixixao/mimosa-hyper

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