Say, you want a simple web page to show you in a nice way some JSON data you loaded from a REST API. Doing it with vue.js is easy: just npm and… heck no! You definitely don’t need to install and/or learn another server stack for a few scripts on your web page. Instead include simply the vue.js in the good old traditional way, here the development version (aka not minified and with useful console logging):Read morE
When I first combined the Internet and programming it was the second half of the 90’s and all I knew was Java applets. Oh, there was also CGI but I somehow managed to skip over it. The approach was then quite natural: write small programs which will run in the browser and grab data from other programs – run in either other browsers or on the server. Or on other servers. I’m not saying the idea was easy and I only got that far before I moved on to other professional areas. Later when I came back to the web, things had settled differently: you had a servlet specification, a multitiered application to support them, big servers and everything was clear. Of course there was some bit of fight over technologies, gradual improvements here and there but the model was there already. Continue reading
…but web frameworks are today ten a penny, why would I be still looking for something? Could it be I didn’t look around enough? Am I too finicky? Or blind for not seeing it right in front of me? Whatever, fact is I’m still looking for the „perfect“ web framework. It doesn’t have to be REALLY new – but it certainly would be new to me.
I would like it to be, in no particular order: Continue reading