Tearing ties between frontend and backend apart, going headless or at least ‘headlose’, brazenly moving dynamic logic to the client and decoupling as much as possible into disparate microservices. This probably is the way to go forward in the 2020ies for web content. One degraded WordPress project to many has me seriously looking into this sort of thing now. The JAMStack Approach weiterlesen
Lumen, a PHP Microservices Framework.
FOSS Content Management Systems
Non-FOSS & Semi-FOSS Systems
Content Management Services
Static Site Generators & Headless CMS (FOSS)
Software developers need the creativity of an artist, the thoroughness and competence of an engineer and the patience with humans of a doctor.
Als erfahrener Websoftwareentwickler werde ich immer wieder mit mitunter seltsamen Anforderungen und Anfragen konfrontiert. Oft ergibt sich hier bei einem Sondierungsgespräch die Frage, was ich denn mit “Professioneller Webentwicklung” meine. Hier dazu eine Erklärung: Professionelle Webentwicklung und Frickelbuden weiterlesen
Here are some of the key things I’ve seen lead to problems in software projects, most of which are not directly related to the core development (design, build, and test) of the project.
Seperate mention: Exakat
Nice. Check it out: Material UI.
Within the last decade React has become the de-facto standard technology for Web UIs, along with the concept of “Virtual DOM”. Now with the patents problem removed and React – just like jQuery – becoming a first-class citizen in WordPress with the release of WordPress 5.0 there is yet another solid reason to become familiar with this toolkit as it probably is here to stay for quite a while and remain one of the Big-Wig Toolkits for Web Application Development.
Here are some links to get you started if you haven’t already:
Update all global packages:
npm update -g
Show outdated packages:
npm outdated -g --depth=0