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Thursday, February 16 • 12:10 - 13:00
Micro­service Websites

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How can we develop websites where the different parts of the pages are developed by different teams? If you work in a large enough organization which has its content and services on the web, this is probably a question you have asked yourself several times.

With this talk I want to show that server-side rendered websites integrated on content (using transclusion) allow for high long-term evolvability compared to client-side rendering integrated with shared code. In other words, if you want a system with high long-term evolvability, you should not develop websites using only client-side JavaScript and integrate them using a shared components approach.

I will also show that Client Side Includes is a good first choice for transclusion technology, since they are lightweight and allow for a faster initial release than Edge Side Includes.

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Gustaf Nilsson Kotte

"Gustaf Nilsson Kotte is a full-stack web developer and architect at Jayway with an interest in design and philosophy. | | He wrote his first web page twenty years ago and has been interested in creating things for the web ever since. Except for cheating a bit in Perl in the 90s, his first ""real"" programming language was Haskell, which he is still quite fond of. His professional career started 2008 in .NET with server-side web development. A... Read More →


Thursday February 16, 2017 12:10 - 13:00
Gallery (1st floor)