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 isContinue reading “Dust.js as a React Delivery Vehicle”
Following the fruitful series of open source contributions that include Kraken.js, PayPal has done it again with react-engine that brings true isomorphism to modern Web apps.
When I was a kid, I went to the movies to watch Mel Brooks’ “History of The World, Part I”. I had a great time and could not wait for the sequel (that featured, among other things, Hitler on ice, a Viking funeral and laser-shooting rabbis in ‘Jews in Space’ teaser). Alas, ‘Part II’ never came.Continue reading “Isomorphic Apps Part 2: Node, React.js, and Socket.io”