Micro-Services and Page Composition Problem

Dispite many desirable properties, micro-services carry two serious penalties to be contended with: authentication (which we covered in the previous post) and Web page composition, which I intend to address now. Imagine you are writing a Node.js app and use Dust.js for the V of the MVC, as we are doing. Imagine also that severalContinue reading “Micro-Services and Page Composition Problem”

Nodeconf.eu 2014: Trip Report (Part 2)

Read part 1 of the report. Before I continue to part 2, a word about timing. Some of you may ask why it took me so long to publish my impressions of an event that happened last week (which, in Internet time, is ‘way in the past’). The thing is, I prefer to live theContinue reading “Nodeconf.eu 2014: Trip Report (Part 2)”

Nodeconf.eu 2014: Trip Report (Part 1)

Shady’s back, tell a friend! Fresh from the green grass of Ireland where I attended (and presented) at this year’s nodeconf.eu, I am now back to report on it as promised. This year’s conference is a second instance of a format started last year by Cian Ó Maidín and the friends from Near Form. The goalContinue reading “Nodeconf.eu 2014: Trip Report (Part 1)”