Web Application Development

Elegant, intuitive interfaces.

 

Primary Technologies

WebserversNGINX,

Databases: MySQL, MongoDB, neo4j

Backend FrameworksCodeigniter, LaravelCakePHPNode.js (Express/socket.io/Meteor)

Frontend Toolchain: Webpack/Babel, Svelte, Vue.js, jQuery, Bootstrap 4, Stylus




Blog

How we do what we do

RECYCLE (AND DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME) Aurora Web thrives on code re-use: both consuming and open-sourcing shareable assets.

A modern front-end web development workflow

What does it look like to develop the front-end code of a modern web app? As you know browsers understand javascript, CSS, and HTML (only).

Configuring multiple subdomains on an NGINX webserver

TLDR:  In this post I'm going to detail an optimal NGINX webserver configuration for multiple subdomains...

Building a completely reactive app with Vue.js & socket.io

At the beginning of this year (2020), I released a web app (a 6 month side-project): a fully reactive, real-time web-app leveraging Vue.

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Portfolio

The Full Monte

A fully integrated suite of 15 fully-fledged back-office apps (including a content management system), designed & coded in-house.

Google Maps API

Hordes of developers lean heavily on Google's Mapping API.   Add me to that list. . .    

Stage Payments App

  On average I release 1 new web application every year.  My latest project is a stage payments, contract...

Wiki

One of my early PHP apps (initial version circa 2009). At the time there simply wasn't an easy to use Wiki for non-techs.

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Open Source

Fuelled by established, public code repositories, developers increasingly leverage open source software in their projects.  The benefits are that many of these building blocks are of high quality, well documented, used, tested, with contributions from, not only by the package authors, but also by collaborators in the wider coder community.

As an experienced developer with something to offer, I'll take some distinct functionality that I'm proud of, that could be useful to others.  I'll simplify it, reorganize, modernize, generalize, document, test, package, and then publish it in my public repositories.

Keeping my code in a central repository helps me too.  Apart from establishing credibility within the developer community, it keeps my code organized and I get to consume my modules in multiple projects.  If I need to improve a component, or just fix a bug, I can do it in one place and have the updates propagate into all projects that depend on it.

 

Ultimately, sharing my work is a way of giving back; a way to belong, serve, and swim in a greater pool.

Package  
growl-jsA classy notification system for the browsergrowl-js demo
dialogA flexible javascript popup dialog.dialog demo
dom-utilsA collection of DOM utils to add syntactic sugar and supplement jQuery. 



Team / Partners

Ananda Masri

Full-Stack web development




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