Vue.js: An Introduction

Vue.js: An Introduction

I have written a few blog posts on Angular in the past, mostly because it’s a framework I leverage quite often and am usually very pleased with how it works. But Vue.js is another framework that I’ve been playing around with lately, so I wanted to quickly write down...
Client-Side Logging: Getting Started

Client-Side Logging: Getting Started

As software developers, we have become pretty good at logging server-side errors. When something blows up on the server, it gets logged to a file, database, or somewhere we can look at later. But what about errors that happen on the client side? What about an event...
Earned Value

Earned Value

Are we there yet? Anyone with kids has probably heard this during a long car trip. Anyone in the software industry has probably heard this too. Software development projects can be huge investments of time and energy, and often weeks can go by without showing a lot of...
Quick Look – AWS Cognito

Quick Look – AWS Cognito

Amazon Web Services (AWS) makes many common cloud services easy to create and maintain. One of the many AWS services really makes easy is supporting authentication. One of them, Cognito, is a platform for authentication within the cloud. Let’s walk through how to use...
Web Development – Executive Summary

Web Development – Executive Summary

Web development often involves a few components. First is developing the markup (HTML) that runs in a web browser. Second is developing the application style, which is often done using CSS. Third is some client-side application logic, possibly written in JavaScript....

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