Spreading hapi.js’ness :-) A Hapi.js Boilerplate App for Production Usage.

If you’re interested in using the Hapi.js framework, you’ll love Hapiness — our boilerplate app which provides a great starting point for any developer looking to build their stack off of a Hapi.js/Node.js stack. Why use Hapiness? Most modern web applications need two front-ends for users — one that’s browser based (for desktops/laptops) and another…

Hapi.JS: How To Handle the Increased Complexity of Your Growing Team Without Needing to Constantly Refactor Your Code

Hapi.js (pronounced “Happy”) is a Node.js framework that is a powerful, yet easy to use tool that helps you write performance-oriented, easy-to-maintain code. Some background on Node.js: In 2016, Apple, Sony, Intel, Siemens and Google all decided to adopt Node.js as their top choice for implementing their own backend and micro-services code.  With over 15…

React JS – To Infinity & Beyond

Getting Started with React.js Our development team began using React when our Junction client had an interesting requirement: a real-time building intelligence system that would continuously track and monitor environmental variables typically measured by a junction box, such as light, temperature, humidity, flooding, air quality, noise and more). With this in mind, we elected to…

Finding Your Google App Engine Hosting Costs Too High? Here’s How To Fix It

Google App Engine offers a number of great features for Python stack projects, but it’s often criticized for its high cost compared to other cloud-based platforms. But developers shouldn’t dismiss App Engine entirely since along with the ease of use, developers can enjoy a more streamlined performance and common configurations without the massive bill looming…