Total.js for run pure html files – index.html without @body and @layout

Your projects written under different technologies and frameworks like angularjs, angular 2, react.js, vue.js etc.  can running without any problems with pure and not changed index.html file by @body and @layout tags. In this way we simplifier automatic deployment process for instance with using webpack, react and angular 2,  where we generate destination bundled and […]

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July 28th, 2017

16 Opensource Reactjs Projects to Learn From

“.. ReactJS can be confusing for beginners when they have just finished with their tutorials on React and started using React in real life projects. Having multiple open source projects as reference can help them write better code. If you are someone who is in your initial stage of learning React and you need some reference […]

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June 7th, 2017

Feathers (feathersjs) and React server side rendering

These days server side rendering has become an important feature for heavy client side applications and now most of the client side frameworks support it. In this article we focus on Server Side Rendering React on Feathers (Feathersjs) server. Featherjs is a node.js framework and is one of the best growing express.js based distributions. You can […]

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May 1st, 2017

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Walmart & server side rendering React in Practice – The Benefits of Server Side Rendering Over Client Side Rendering

  The couple days ago I wrote two articles related with server side rendering of React on Total.js (Node.js Framework). I received a lot of questions about benefits this solution. Server Side Rendering React on Total.js server Asynchronous React Component and Server Side Rendering React on Total.js server When I was about to write another […]

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April 19th, 2017

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Asynchronous React Component and Server Side Rendering React on Total.js server

Today we will focus on Asynchronous React Component to communication with REST API and  react server side rendering on total.js. Assumptions and Benefits our project: Design and build modular applications based on components in React.js Use server side rendering of React with handle routing on total.js server Use Asynchronous React Component to communication with REST API Total.js […]

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April 16th, 2017

Server Side Rendering React on Total.js server

These days server side rendering has become an important feature for heavy client side applications and now most of the client side frameworks support it. In this article we focus on Server Side Rendering React on Total.js server. This gives us the benefit of serving the first page loaded by the user straight off from […]

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April 13th, 2017

Total.js + Server R Platform = Artificial Intelligence in practice – part I

During my Phd studies on Polish Academy of Science I conducted researches associated with the use of AI (Artificial Intelligence) in medicine to analyse microarrays gene expression in case of fight with children cancer called as Neuroblastoma. During my studies on Military Academy School in Warsaw I acted with AI in robotics. But my first […]

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Total.js + Auth0 = Iron Gate of Security – part 3/3

In the last part we focused on integration Total.js with Auth0. All presented solutions are using in practice by Agrippa Solutions from Norvey (www.agrippa.no) and JRB System (www.jrbsystem.com) from Poland. Total.js uses his own modules for security to protect restricted routing path of our REST API. Total.js has a simple authorization mechanism. It’s built on one delegate function framework.onAuthorize(). […]

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February 20th, 2017

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Solved: React.js and JSHint parse error or syntastic complaining about ES6 module syntax

If You received JSHint parse error or syntastic complaining about ES6 module syntax in any Studio for Software Developer like Visual Studio Code or another, then You have to add in root directory .jshintrc file that contains: { “esversion”: 6 } like in attached below screen. For sure please reload Your developer studio  and  warnings […]

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February 16th, 2017

New York Times and kyt — their AMAZING Web App Configuration Toolkit

Developers at The New York Times are currently using kyt in several new projects and working to create new features and starter-kyts. They have opened sourcing kyt and offering other developers a chance to escape from configuration hell. Every sizable JavaScript web app needs a common foundation: a setup to build, run, test and lint your […]

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February 16th, 2017