A few weeks ago we introduced you to, Ryan Glover, our guest blogger from Meteor Chef. If you don't know Meteor Chef, get to know them and learn about some cool new features that work great with the Modulus platform. Here is the thrid and final part of Error Logging System using Meteor. In this part you will learn how to deploy to Modulus.
We want to share one of the new startups that has just joined our startup program, Event Spider. Event Spider is a powerful tool which helps students figure out what's going on around campus. Get to know more about Event Spider here. We took a minute to talk with the CEO of Event Spider, Garrett Frey . It gave us an opportunity to learn more about this great product.
We wanted to spread the word about our great Modulus employees. Meet Jeremiah. He is one of our Software / Infrastructure Engineer's, and we've been lucky enough to have him on the Modulus team for several months now. With that being said, get to know Jeremiah and why he joined our Modulus team!
Last week we introduced you to, Ryan Glover, our guest blogger from Meteor Chef. If you don't know Meteor Chef, get to know them and learn about some cool new features that work great with the Modulus platform. Make sure and check back, soon, for the third and final part!
We wanted to give you a quick update on a few new features available today as well as some future plans.
I would like to introduce you to Ryan Glover, our guest blogger from Meteor Chef. If you don't know Meteor Chef, get to know them and learn about some cool new features that work great with the Modulus platform. Make sure and check back for all 3 parts!
CloudBoost is a Database Service with storage, search and real-time capabilities. Think of CloudBoost as Parse + Firebase + Algolia all combined into one. CloudBoost has SDK's in multiple platforms which helps you build web, mobile and IoT apps without dealing with the backend and database infrastructure.
Moving back to Cincinnati last year I was extremely excited to see how quickly the tech community was growing. Unfortunately, I did not find a group that specifically supported women working in tech. Cincinnati does have a 'Girl Develop It' branch that is doing an amazing job introducing and training women to enter the tech field. Yet, I knew that we could have another resource where women who were already comfortable coding could learn new, advanced skills or find a welcoming and comfortable place to discuss their experience working in the field. As soon as I was settled into my position at Modulus, I applied to open a Women Who Code chapter in Cincinnati.
Modulus needed it's companion mobile app rewritten, and it was a perfect opportunity for me to use NativeScript to rewrite the mobile app. Why did I choose NativeScript?
Camo is an object document mapper (ODM) for Node.js and MongoDB. It's an alternative to the popular Mongoose ODM, but with some significant changes. The main focus is to bring ES6 features to Mongo ODMs, which tend to lack support for things like classes and schema inheritance.