Recap and Review

A lot has happened over the last couple of weeks, and there is only more to come! Here’s a recap, in case you missed anything.

NoSQL for Front-end

There were numerous posts on ku4collections, a NoSQL database for front-end. ku4collections introduce find, insert, update, remove, joins, order by, in, and spec executions on the front-end. This tool, is crazy awesome for data-driven front-ends! These posts and the associated GitHub sources have been getting a lot of traffic. The project and the posts have been blogged, re-blogged, mentioned, tweeted, re-tweeted, and discussed heavily in private email conversations. If you haven’t had the chance yet, there is no better time than now to take a look! Here they are, once again, in order:

kodmunki™ is now on Tumblr

kodmunki™ branched out, and started tumbling! All of the technical posts that you love are linked to there. You can also find other fun items to waste your time with: videos from the web, music, comics, products, other interests, etc. You can find kodmunki on Tumblr at: kodmunki.tumblr.com

ku4webApps

ku4webApps were introduced in: JavaScript MVC with ku4webApp. This wildly awesome framework includes an incredible number of features including services, forms, templates, MVC and NoSQL with ku4collections. The framework makes developing MVC, data-driven web applications a veritable breeze. This was a heavy post, but well worth the read. A lot of excellent information, and a great framework to boot!

Honorable Mention

There were a number of other great posts, including:

  • Versioning: a post that aims to put a stop to the needless recurring questions about versioning your software.
  • Developing With HTML5: a nice, in-progress, Prezi for HTML5 beginners.
  • How To Create Custom iOS Frameworks: a step-by-step guide for decoupling common iOS functionality from applications and creating standalone Frameworks that can be developed and maintained as independent, reusable, unit tested, projects.

All and all, it has been a great couple of weeks! I hope that it was enjoyed as much on your end as it was on this end!

Please, comment on and share this post with others if you enjoy it; follow @kodmunki on Twitter for regular updates on new developments, deployments, articles, and tools; check out kodmunki™ on Github for cool, managed, and tested kodmunki™ projects, and find heavy tunes to flip bits to on komdunki™ SoundCloud page.
 
Thank you for reading, and as always, happy coding :{)}
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