Tag Archives: Javascript

Generator-M-Ionic: HTML5 mobile app development evolved


Almost a year ago, ditching development of our own mobile framework lead to the genesis of Generator-M – our advanced open-source generator for HTML5 mobile apps. Since then it’s been receiving increasing support from the community and we are enjoying very much to see it grow. Today we’re announcing a new feature-packed version 1.3.0 and a new name for the project: namely Generator-M-Ionic. Find out why we think the new name better reflects the direction our generator is heading into and why it should be your first choice for professional HTML5 mobile app development with Ionic.

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Generator-M: the state of HTML5 mobile app development at M-Way


Technology-wise, the past years at our HTML5 mobile app department have been very turbulent. We ditched our ambitious goals of further developing our own mobile framework and settled for much more humble goals. This has helped us become more productive, more valuable for the open source community and more attractive for our applicants. Do you want to know how? Then keep on reading!

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JavaScript Server Side Debugging with mCAP® Platform


Ever tried configuring your development machine for debugging code executing on a remote server? Most likely you know then just how difficult things can get: configuring the IDE, finding out the right remote port, making sure it’s all routed through the firewall, selecting the right protocol, ensuring debugger front and backend software versions are compatible…

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Isomorphic JavaScript – Build awesome webapps with the best of two worlds


Current state of App Development

With the raising of modern rich web applications it’s getting more and more important to improve the speed and the interactivity of mobile web applications. People are spoiled of native applications and compare the experiences of both worlds to each other. After several years of static web pages with thin client and fat server architecture the architecture switched to rich client architecture some years ago. This was definitely owed to the raise of Model View Controller JavaScript Frameworks like Backbone.js or AngularJS which made it possible to implement structured single page applications. The bulk of the Application lives now in the client, which offers the user a good performance after initial loading. The user has the possibility to navigate quickly without refreshing and can work offline if the implementation contains that. Server and Client are clearly separated. Front and backend developers don’t have to worry about the other part and can proceed separately. So it’s also no problem to write server and client side code in different programming languages.

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