Big List of Web Component Tools and Compilers

Building components in frameworks like React, Angular and Vue are great if future projects will be within the same framework. Standard Web Components allow this to be the case. Below is a list of tools you can use to make standard Web Components you can use in any framework and application. Hybrids — “Hybrids is a UI […]

Big List of GO Web Frameworks

Web Frameworks are important for any programming language especially today when more and more of the applications we use are based around the web whether delivered by a desktop browser, mobile browser, mobile application or through IoT devices. So in a previous article, I covered the world of Javascript/Typescript web frameworks and I’ll continue to do the […]

Big list of Ruby Web Frameworks

Web Frameworks are important for any programming language especially today when more and more of the applications we use are based around the web whether delivered by a desktop browser, mobile browser, mobile application or through IoT devices. So in a previous article, I covered the world of Javascript/Typescript web frameworks and I’ll continue to do the […]

Big List of Python Web Frameworks

Web Frameworks are important for any programming language especially today when more and more of the applications we use are based around the web whether delivered by a desktop browser, mobile browser, mobile application or through IoT devices. So in a previous article, I covered the world of Javascript/Typescript web frameworks and I’ll continue to do the […]

Front-End and Back-End Javascript Frameworks

This article is meant to be a laundry list of frameworks for javascript. They will fall into one of three categories. Front-End: Frameworks that focus on the “View” of the Model-View-Controller assisting on rendering the view from the client. Back-End: Frameworks that work on managing Models, Views and Controllers from the Server-Side. Full-Stack: Frameworks that do both! The […]

Headless CMS and Front-End Frameworks (Vue, Angular and React)

A Traditional CMS A Content Management System (CMS) serves as an abstraction over managing the back-end and front-end of a website and has often tied the two quite closely. One of the most popular CMS platforms, WordPress, allows anyone with minimal to no coding experience to be able to deploy a website that will manage […]

Creating EveVol – Event Volunteer Coordinator (Node/Express/Mongo)

I’ve now completed two units in my time during the General Assembly Bootcamp I’ve been fortunate enough to participate in. In unit 1, I created this responsive Pet Adoption App using HTML, CSS, Javascript and AJAX. For Unit 2, I created EveVol, Event Volunteer coordinator using Nodejs, Express and Mongo. The purpose of the project was to […]

Creating Blogs and Learning Web Development

In my journey to learn as much as I can about Full Stack Web Development, I’ve learned many languages and frameworks and build out basic applications like blogs and deployed them to demonstrate what I’ve learned. In this article, I cover many of the blogs I’ve created and what I learned in creating them to […]

My Journey to Full Stack Part 4 — Fashion, Politics and Finance

After the Gamers Lounge closed I had some soul searching to do as I was still a few semesters away from graduating at Bowling Green State University. At this point in my life I was still spending a lot of time at the college radio station, practicing audio production and doing concert promotions so I […]

My Journey to Full Stack Part 3 — The Gamers Lounge

As I mentioned in part 2 of this series I started a hobby retail store, you can see the opening day article below. It was this journey I learned many important values about taking risks, learning things to get things done, and the different challenges of starting a business. Being a marketing student we nailed […]