One of the great challenges for experienced developers when confronted with new concepts is being able to map one's existing knowledge to the new concept. As they say, there is nothing new under the sun, that is often more true for new development methodologies. Even when new jargon is brought to bear on new methodologies, often upon closer inspection you recognize that it is something that you already know that is being described in a new way (unfortunately sometimes in a convoluted way to make it seem new). Reactive/Component UI/UX frameworks are one such development, while their particular implementations may be new and novel, almost all of the underlying concepts are not new. This is hardly a thorough presentation of Reactive/Component frameworks, but rather an attempt to fill in some gaps for developers who have experience but might find themselves confused by some of these new kids on the block. The top 3 reactive component frameworks being React, Angular and Vue. Al
After several months of work we're happy to announce some exciting news. ConfigNode This is a new product for Configuration Management built on top of the Solvent WebApps platform. It takes the smart object technology built into Solvent and productizes it for the purpose of configuration management. Learn more: http://codesolvent.com/config-node/ Git Integration There is now full Git support for source control. Learn more: http://codesolvent.com/doc/webapps/#source-control Multi-User Support The core Solvent WebApps platform now has robust support for multi-user deployment with support for collaboration between users. Learn More: http://codesolvent.com/doc/webapps/#multiuser-environment Lots of bug fixes and improvments.