Microservice Grid and Micro Frontends

This post is not here to bring you anything new as it is for me to run a victory lap. If there is anything I blogged about with any consistency, it was about microservices. There are many articles in this blog addressing various problems you may face when attempting a microservice system of a non-trivial […]

Socket.io for Tardy React Status Indicators

In one of my favorite movies “The Blues Brothers”, the wife of the trucker pit stop owner proudly exclaims that they play ‘both kinds of music – Country and Western’. Readers of my blog know I too tend to serve two kinds of articles. In think-pieces, I tend to pontificate on a topic that buzzes […]

Dust.js as a React Delivery Vehicle

Even people in love with Single Page Apps and pooh-poohing server side rendering know that SPAs cannot just materialize in the browser. Something has to deliver them there. Until recently, AngularJS was the most popular client side JS framework, and I have seen all kinds of ADVs (Angular Delivery Vehicles) – from Node.js (N is […]

ReactJS: The Day After

The other day I stumbled upon a funny Onion fake news report of the local man whose one-beer plan went terribly awry. Knowing how I professed undying love to ReactJS in the previous article, and extrapolating from life that after every night on the town comes the morning of reckoning, it is time to revisit […]