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both the REST api and the frontend SPA to that used the
REST api. The REST api was kept separate so that the
project could actually run separate seamlessly
integrated SPAs for each role it was trying to fill. I
designed the dev environment to be quickly and easily
rebuilt and deployed since I would be handing it off to
other devs to maintain. The build process is designed
to ensure optimized page loads and help with
integrated SPAs for each role it was trying to fill.
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<p>I designed the dev environment to be quickly and
easily rebuilt and deployed since I would be handing it
off to other devs to maintain. The build process is
designed to ensure optimized page loads and help with
cross-browser compatibility,while allowing for the
latest libraries and language improvements to be used.
Deploying is fast and easy as well as easily
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Isomorphic rendering provides fast load times and
ensures search engines can index the public content.
Users authenticate with their AzureAD user via OpenID
Connect. Express was used to build out the REST
endpoints for the API mySQL is used via Sequelize.js
ORM. Secured endpoint authorize users based on their
user roles and ownership/roles assigned to different
pages/groupings taking into account assigned roles of
parent groupings. The development environment is run
in vagrant with virtual box and babel and weback were
used to compile and bundle the front end code. The app
runs on ephemeral ec2 instances and deployed to AWS
Elastic Beanstalk to allow for scalability.</p>
Connect. </p>
<p>Express was used to build out the REST endpoints for
the API mySQL is used via Sequelize.js ORM. Secured
endpoint authorize users based on their user roles and
ownership/roles assigned to different pages/groupings
taking into account assigned roles of parent groupings.
</p>
<p>The development environment is run in vagrant with
virtual box and babel and weback were used to compile
and bundle the front end code. The app runs on
ephemeral ec2 instances and deployed to AWS Elastic
Beanstalk to allow for scalability.</p>
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<h3>Payzoom Econosystem Platform</h3>
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QuickBooksOnline. Implemented some of the user
interface views including allocating overtime and
attaching files to reports/allocations and the
associated backend. While working on the project I
improved the dev environment from one that required 2
days for a developer to build a permanent virtualbox
image to an ephemeral environment in Vagrant that could
be thrown away and recreated in less than 20
minutes.</p>
associated backend.</p>
<p>While working on the project I also improved the dev
environment from one that required 2 days for a
developer to build a permanent virtualbox image to an
ephemeral environment in Vagrant that could be thrown
away and recreated in less than 20 minutes.</p>
<h4>Technologies Used</h4>
<p>Vagrant Payzoom was built with NodeJS and MySQL on
the backend and a custom built javascript frontend.
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code necessary to facilitate iOS push
notifications.</p>
<h4>Technologies Used</h4>
<p>This was before phonegapp was very far along use so
<p>This was before phonegapp/cordova was very far along, so
they decided to build a custom wrapper app that wrapped
the webview and exposed the phone APIs to the website
via messages sent betwewn javascript and the Objective

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