Build To Last From Frontend To Backend: Applying Thin WARs Ideas to HTML 5

During the Devoxx conference in Krakow I presented what happens, if you apply the Thin WAR Java EE ideas to build HTML 5 applications:

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I wouldn't say that Java EE works perfect ;) I had a very good reason to create an annotation for tracking workarounds for bugs in wildfly and glassfish ;).

Posted by Adam Kędziora on August 04, 2017 at 12:24 PM CEST #

Hi Adam,
In your talk about the frontend, you've defended starting with plain javascript specification, instead of frameworks like Angular, but what about the boilerplate code that comes for free in frameworks, like navigation or security (guards for instance), do you implement it from scratch?
Thanks,
Marcelo.

Posted by Marcelo Garcia on August 08, 2017 at 03:02 PM CEST #

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