California clipper, Wikimedia Commons The California Gold Rush (1848–1855) lasted only 7 years. In that amount of time, it brought 300,000 people to California, invigorated the US economy, played a key role in ushering California to statehood in 1850, and caused a precipitous population decline of Native Californians. One of the most profound lessons of... Continue Reading →
Like planets, your micro front-ends never stand still - don't hobble them with irresponsible component reuse.
Picking the 'right' Web component model is only the beginning. Fitting the component into the page visually, figuring out what is happening in it events-wise, and feeding it data from the server is the real battle.
On the heels of the last week's post on the futility of server vs client side debate, here comes an example. I wanted to do this a long time and now the progress of the Bluemix project I am working on has made it important to figure out isomorphic apps in earnest. For those who have... Continue Reading →
I hate HA (High Availability). Today everything has to be highly available. All of the sudden SA (Standard Availability) isn't cutting it any more. Case in point: I used to listen to music on my way to work. Not any more - my morning meeting schedule intrudes into my ride, forcing me to participate in... Continue Reading →