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Do you remember our project: “Uppy” ? Here’s our previous article! It has grown and now also the backend is open source!
The backend is (also) yours!
It took some time in making it ready for the public but, the very heart of the project is now open on Github for everybody to perform surgery on! 💉 😜
Go grab it here: github.com/everli/uppy
Of course, it’s fully dockerized and running it locally or on premises is just a breeze plus it follows the standard Laravel guidelines so that you can feel at home from the beginning.
Try out new features!
During this time we added also a few new features that made our PM(s) really happy, let us know what you think of:
Continue reading “Uppy Updates!”
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It was over two years ago when I joined Everli. Besides usual duties, I was given the tremendous opportunity to migrate the frontend of a complex e-commerce system from Angular to Vue. It’s this type of a challenge you wait most of your life as a developer to be able to use all of your past experience and build something new and as close to “perfection” as it can be.
The most crucial requirement, at that time, was to avoid big rollouts and make every release as much valuable and smooth as possible. Back then, It sounded pretty complex, but it was vital for the company, which was about to double the number of users in the next months. We were growing fast, and new markets were about to be conquered. With my buddy Nicola, we decided to take the small steps and take the pressure off our shoulders by replacing Angular with Vue bit by bit.
Continue reading “The story of migration from Angular to Vue (Part 1)”