I had the pleasure to do 2 presentations at NCUG, formerly known as ISBG. It were very technical questions, but was happy that people where brave enough to attend 😉
Spring forward: an introduction to Spring boot and Thymeleaf for (XPages) developers
The world of (XPages) developer is moving fast. Customers rethinking platforms and solutions. Spring Bootmakes it easy to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring based Applications that you can “just run”. In combination with Thymeleaf can it be good alternative for your XPages applications.
In this session I give an introduction of Spring Boot and Thymeleaf and how to get started. I will show the differences and similarities between Spring Boot in combination with Thymeleaf and XPages.
I will explain the challenges I faced when moving an application.
Today almost every product has an API, to integrate in other products or to made the data available to the outside world. Most API’s are using traditional patterns and technology. With the rise of Angular, React and other modern frameworks there is a need for non blocking API’s. Meet Reactive streams, like Spring Webflux, to super charge your API.
In this session I will tell about and show you Reactive API’s and more
Theo Heselmans and crew did an amazing job, again, in a stunning venue. I was privileged to be speaking again.
I was really surprised to have a full room. I enjoyed it very much to deliver my opinion on the current most populair front end frameworks, VueJS, React and Angular.
For this session I created a demo application to show how you can use React, Vue or Angular to build the exact same application. As API layer I created a Spring Boot and NodeJS version. Inside the repository is also a Python version, but be aware that there is the Account CRUD operations are missing.
14th and 15th of May 2019 Engage will take place at the awesome Autoworld venue in Brussels.
I am honoured to be part of this event as speaker.
This time I will do a session about Front end frameworks in the Emerging Technology track
The good, the bad and the ugly: a not so objective view on Front End Development
In the front end development world there are 3 dominant players, Angular, ReactJS and VueJs.
Every framework has a strong fan base. And of course lots of pros and cons The best way to learn more about the strengths and weaknesses of the frameworks, I have build the same application with all these frameworks. In this session I will explain my experience with each framework and try to highlight the good the bad and the ugly. Expect to see code