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How to build a scalable frontend framework (Part 2 of 2)

In part one of How to build a scalable frontend framework we looked at how important is the team effort when working on a project like RAIN. This article shows you the significance of having a solid understanding of your customer.

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How to build a scalable frontend framework (Part 1 of 2)

RAIN (Rapid Application INtegration) is a highly scalable frontend platform that orchestrates distributed rendering of loosely coupled components. It uses standard web technologies (JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3) on the client-side and NodeJS on the server-side. RAIN works on modern browsers and next generation devices (tablets, smart phones). It enables developers to focus on their core competence by providing simple feature reusage and tooling. The project is open-source and you can find it here.

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Continuous Integration for Javascript

I have to admit that I’m not very fond (read lazy) of writing tests and, until now, I haven’t worked in a project that was fully tested. But I decided that has to change and, in an attempt to cut some of the excuses, I’ve started searching for a solution to implement CI for our Javascript environment (anyone unfamiliar with CI can read more here and here).

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