Developing state of the art web apps with Node.js (QEWD-Up) back-end + NuxtJS/Vue.js front-end

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  • qewd-howtos

    I wrote a step by step tutorial in the qewd-howtos repository how you can write state of the art multi-page web apps with Node.js using a QEWD-Up WebSocket/REST api back-end integrated with a mainstream web framework like NuxtJS & Vue.js. In particular with the latest NuxtJS/Vue.js frameworks, writing web applications becomes fun again, allowing you to write your applications very efficiently, hiding all boilerplate code from you.

  • qewd

    Quick and Easy Web Development

    I wrote a step by step tutorial in the qewd-howtos repository how you can write state of the art multi-page web apps with Node.js using a QEWD-Up WebSocket/REST api back-end integrated with a mainstream web framework like NuxtJS & Vue.js. In particular with the latest NuxtJS/Vue.js frameworks, writing web applications becomes fun again, allowing you to write your applications very efficiently, hiding all boilerplate code from you.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • qewd-up-demo

    QEWD-Up demonstration with debugging in Visual Studio Code

    instructions for creating a basic Node.js QEWD-Up setup with WebSocket & REST endpoints using an InterSystems IRIS/Caché database

  • qewd-nuxt3-demo

    instructions for creating a NuxtJS 3 front-end demo app (for the latest Nuxt 3 beta version) or - alternatively - instructions for a NuxtJS 2 front-end demo app (the current Nuxt 2.x production release)

  • qewd-nuxt2-demo

    instructions for creating a NuxtJS 3 front-end demo app (for the latest Nuxt 3 beta version) or - alternatively - instructions for a NuxtJS 2 front-end demo app (the current Nuxt 2.x production release)

  • Vue.js

    🖖 Vue.js is a progressive, incrementally-adoptable JavaScript framework for building UI on the web.

    I wrote a step by step tutorial in the qewd-howtos repository how you can write state of the art multi-page web apps with Node.js using a QEWD-Up WebSocket/REST api back-end integrated with a mainstream web framework like NuxtJS & Vue.js. In particular with the latest NuxtJS/Vue.js frameworks, writing web applications becomes fun again, allowing you to write your applications very efficiently, hiding all boilerplate code from you.

  • framework

    The Hybrid Vue(3) Framework. (by nuxt)

    I wrote a step by step tutorial in the qewd-howtos repository how you can write state of the art multi-page web apps with Node.js using a QEWD-Up WebSocket/REST api back-end integrated with a mainstream web framework like NuxtJS & Vue.js. In particular with the latest NuxtJS/Vue.js frameworks, writing web applications becomes fun again, allowing you to write your applications very efficiently, hiding all boilerplate code from you.

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • Nuxt.js

    The Intuitive Vue(2) Framework

    I wrote a step by step tutorial in the qewd-howtos repository how you can write state of the art multi-page web apps with Node.js using a QEWD-Up WebSocket/REST api back-end integrated with a mainstream web framework like NuxtJS & Vue.js. In particular with the latest NuxtJS/Vue.js frameworks, writing web applications becomes fun again, allowing you to write your applications very efficiently, hiding all boilerplate code from you.

  • node

    Node.js JavaScript runtime :sparkles::turtle::rocket::sparkles:

    I wrote a step by step tutorial in the qewd-howtos repository how you can write state of the art multi-page web apps with Node.js using a QEWD-Up WebSocket/REST api back-end integrated with a mainstream web framework like NuxtJS & Vue.js. In particular with the latest NuxtJS/Vue.js frameworks, writing web applications becomes fun again, allowing you to write your applications very efficiently, hiding all boilerplate code from you.

  • Visual Studio Code

    Visual Studio Code

    You can simply clone both demo setups from GitHub and run them on your development machine using Visual Studio Code where your IRIS/Caché development instance is running. The demo is kept as easy as possible, but it contains all major steps you need to start writing real-life apps.

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