Paresh Sagar

1581940975

What Is A Single-Page Application?

Single page web apps are an ideal choice when thinking about future web development. This architecture is a perfect choice for social networks stuff, SaaS platforms, or some close communities where SEO doesn’t matter.

#what is a single page application #single page application #single page application development

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What Is A Single-Page Application?

Paresh Sagar

1581940975

What Is A Single-Page Application?

Single page web apps are an ideal choice when thinking about future web development. This architecture is a perfect choice for social networks stuff, SaaS platforms, or some close communities where SEO doesn’t matter.

#what is a single page application #single page application #single page application development

Brain  Crist

Brain Crist

1600783200

Giving Your Single Page Application (SPA) an API - The Quickest Way

I’ve been working with low-code tools for years, building automation integrations, and APIs. Recently, I’ve wondered whether we’ve advanced far enough to use a low-code platform as the back-end for a single page application (SPA).

It seems to be a nice combination — the SPA can be hosted anywhere, the API is quick and easy to develop, and they can evolve independently of each other e.g. if you need a native app just develop the UI and use the same API.

So, I decided to see whether we can by building a web application from scratch where

  • The developer (me) is not a full-time developer.
  • The application must interface with other systems.
  • The application must persist in data.

#api #rest-api #api-development #single-page-web-applications #single-page #restful-apis #low-code #low-code-platform

Franz  Becker

Franz Becker

1624522860

Single Page Apps: Placebo Junk?

SPA’s are wildly popular right now, with the fans of such site and application building starting to sound more like cultists than rational adults. This figures as there’s significant overlap between the cheesy framework fanboys and those making wild unfounded claims about how much “better” SPA are for user experience.

Sadly much like artists under the delusion that they are designers, those making these UX claims know just as little about user experience or accessibility.

As I’ve said many the time, front-end framework fans are devoid of the most basic knowledge of what HTML and CSS are even for; thus it’s no shock they have the same cult-like attitude when it comes to throwing “JavaScript for nothing” at websites.

Though MOST of the problems are not the concept of SPA’s fault. No, the blame lies at the implementation’s doorstep.

Implementation Woes

How an SPA is created and coded is where most of it goes wrong. Let’s go through some of the most common problems.

#javascript #css #html #single-page-applications #web-development #single page apps

A new approach to Front-end Authorization for Single Page Applications

During the early days of my career as Software Engineer, when I was tying to built an Angular based single page application, I started to search various ways to perform authorization for front-end of single page applications. I found that mostly engineers are doing front-end authorization based on back-end Apis.

For example, if a role or a user has access to can_edit_users Api, only then the update action can be enabled on a grid on front-end side of the application. One big disadvantage of this approach is that the actions on front-end which does not ping back-end Api cannot be authorized. In this article, I am going to discuss another way of adding front-end authorization which I call Bottom-to-Top Component based permission model.


Suppose we have different front-end components that we are using in our single page application. Each component will have a separate set of actions which a role or a user can perform. Because each component has its own set of actions, we should assign separate permissions set to that component. For example, let’s assume we have a Grid component. In this grid, a user can list, edit, delete, paginate and search some data.

Now based on above listed actions, we can create a permissions set which will help in authorization of these actions.

Permissions Set:
can_list
can_edit
can_delete
can_search
can_paginate

Now, because they are part of Grid Component, Grid should be added before each of these permissions, so that they do not overlap with permissions sets of other components.

Complete Grid Permissions Set:
Grid.can_list
Grid.can_edit
Grid.can_delete
Grid.can_search
Grid.can_paginate

#javascript #front-end-development #react #single-page-applications #authorization

Gerhard  Brink

Gerhard Brink

1624006278

The Rising Value of Big Data in Application Monitoring

In an ecosystem that has become increasingly integrated with huge chunks of data and information traveling through the airwaves, Big Data has become irreplaceable for establishments.

From day-to-day business operations to detailed customer interactions, many ventures heavily invest in data sciences and data analysis  to find breakthroughs and marketable insights.

Plus, surviving in the current era, mandates taking informed decisions and surgical precision based on the projected forecast of current trends to retain profitability. Hence these days, data is revered as the most valuable resource.

According to a recent study by Sigma Computing , the world of Big Data is only projected to grow bigger, and by 2025 it is estimated that the global data-sphere will grow to reach 17.5 Zettabytes. FYI one Zettabyte is equal to 1 million Petabytes.

Moreover, the Big Data industry will be worth an estimate of $77 billion by 2023. Furthermore, the Banking sector generates unparalleled quantities of data, with the amount of data generated by the financial industry each second growing by 700% in 2021.

In light of this information, let’s take a quick look at some of the ways application monitoring can use Big Data, along with its growing importance and impact.

#ai in business #ai application #application monitoring #big data #the rising value of big data in application monitoring #application monitoring