Posts Tagged: experiments

NodeJS: Experiments with Middle End Part 3

Note: This is the last in a series of posts describing my experiments with constructing a Middle End. In Part 1, we discussed the concept of the middle end and its advantages. In Part 2, we constructed a very simple example. In this post, we’re going to make that example slightly more complex by introducing… Read more »

NodeJS: Experiments with Middle End Part 2

Note: This is the second in a series of posts describing my experiments with constructing a Middle End. In Part 1, we discussed the concept of the middle end and its advantages. In my previous post, I talked about Kyle Simpson’s concept of a Middle End—a layer between the front end and back end. Today,… Read more »

NodeJS: Experiments with Middle End Part 1

Back in October last year (2010) a bunch of us fled Berlin and made for Warsaw. Not just for the Vodka you understand, but more specifically for the Front-Trends conference. One of the talks was discussing the concept of the Middle End, by Kyle Simpson. This really made an impression on me, and I think… Read more »