" Hi my name is Lee.
I'm a writer an engineer a trainer and a public speaker.
I create fixes & I fix headaches...
Welcome to my dev blog."

Blog

Tutorial: Full-stack JavaScript for the Enterprise Getting started with: Ext JS, Node.js, Express, MongoDB and Docker. (8)

Posted on in 

This is the last part of this tutorial series, it will cover Github and the Docker Hub.

Read More

Tutorial: Full-stack JavaScript for the Enterprise Getting started with: Ext JS, Node.js, Express, MongoDB and Docker. (7)

Posted on in 

This is part VII of the tutorial, and covers: Docker Compose

Read More

Tutorial: Full-stack JavaScript for the Enterprise Getting started with: Ext JS, Node.js, Express, MongoDB and Docker. (6)

Posted on in 

This is part VI of the tutorial, and covers Docker.

Read More

Tutorial: Full-stack JavaScript for the Enterprise. Getting started with: Ext JS, Node.js, Express, MongoDB and Docker. (5)

Posted on in 

This is part V of the tutorial, and covers how the Ext JS client app can consume the server Node.js API

Read More

Tutorial: Full-stack JavaScript for the Enterprise. Getting started with: Ext JS, Node.js, Express, MongoDB and Docker. (4)

Posted on in 

This is part IV of the tutorial, and covers: Setting up CORS on Node.js

Read More

Tutorial: Full-stack JavaScript for the Enterprise. Getting started with: Ext JS, Node.js, Express, MongoDB and Docker. (3)

Posted on in 

This is part III of the tutorial, and covers how to setup a MongoDB NoSQL database.

Read More

Tutorial: Full-stack JavaScript for the Enterprise. Getting started with: Ext JS, Node.js, Express, MongoDB and Docker. (2)

Posted on in 

This is part II of the tutorial, and covers: JavaScript on the server.

Read More

Tutorial: Full-stack JavaScript for the Enterprise. Getting started with: Ext JS, Node.js, Express, MongoDB and Docker. (1)

Posted on in 

This is part I of the tutorial, and covers: JavaScript on the client.

Yeah you are correct, when you have a web project, optimized for production, you can use FTP and simple upload the folder on your server. That’s easy, and when you only have a simple HTML5/JS/CSS app, or an application with a PHP back-end on Apache this probably works fine for you. But what, if you have a very complex application, or you are working on an application with a large team? You probably want to automate as much as possible, and make every live build easy. This tutorial will show you, how you can create an app where we will use JavaScript on the client (an Ext JS 6 app), and JavaScript on the server (Node.js with Express).

Read More