Generic parameters are a very powerful concept. But they are not easy to understand for beginners. In this article I'm going to explain them in a beginner friendly way.
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Yesterday I started a live coding thread on twitter. I implemented multi tenancy into a feathers app. Live coding thread basically means tweeting every step of the proccess and explaining it in a twitter thread. I like this concept a lot and will be doing more of them soon. If you like this concept too, make sure to connect on twitter.
This is a first look on how you will be building mobile apps with kissjs.
In this video I build a fully working todo app with data syncing between devices in 4 minutes.
You have this great idea for a cool new mobile app and you immediately want to start building it. You have everything laid out in your head already: You need some CRUD models with authentication and you need some custom logic that gets executed in response to crud operations.
As kiss.js (the hybrid mobile app framework I'm currently building) mainly focuses on the frontend, I want the backend to do as much stuff "magically" as possible. Before we dig deeper into how the backend should be architected, let's first have a look at what a typical mobile application actually needs.
In my previous post I explained why I'm building another js framework called kissjs. In this post I'm going to explain the architecture behind it.
While developing gymconsole (a hybrid mobile app), I got frustrated pretty quickly. You have to perform the same annoying tasks over and over again. Configuring the project, creating a bloated backend just to save some user data, setting up authentication, managing state, and the most annoying part of all: CRUD.