A Northwoods Cabin

Thoughts on the internet and other unrelated things

Building Applications That Last

This article collects some of the most important takeaways I've learned after building web applications.

At Zaengle we have built a number of web-based software applications over the past 12 years. Some have been transient, only serving a specific purpose for a window of time, while others have persisted for years on end. We've learned a number of key lessons while building and maintaining these long-term applications and we wanted to share them with you.

Read the entire article on the Zaengle blog →

Jan 12

Ionic 5 + VueJS + Laravel + JWT


Recently I've been dabbling in building an iOS application for JobStruct, a business management tool for concrete contractors. Since I'm familiar with Vue we decided to use Ionic framework which allows an app to be written in javascript and then run as an application on ios and Android using web views. The two-part article series from Naveen Bommidi regarding authorization with JWT has been a good starting point.

Visit Part 1 & Part 2.

Nov 15, 2021

Part 8 - Installing the Floor Structure

Jun 12, 2021

Alpine Day Spoon Carving Demonstration

Jun 10, 2021

Part 7 - Installing the Floor Structure

Jun 1, 2021

Part 6 - Wall Plates and Corner Braces

May 29, 2021

Getting started in Docker

Docker is still a mind-bender for me. Fortunately kind people write detailed articles like this!

Docker for local web development, introduction: why should you care? →

Apr 29, 2021

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