Monthly Archives:December 2016

SharePoint UX

5 Tips to Improve UI/UX and Adoption

So you have a corporate intranet that’s supposed to be unifying your workforce and helping them collaborate, but there’s one problem, nobody is using it! It’s no longer a secret – If you’re not giving your employees an engaging and modern user experience, your portal is as good as your old Walkman. Using these 5

PowerApps and Flow: Create an App, No Coding Skills Required

No coding skills? No problem! Microsoft’s recently released PowerApps and Flow are powerful tools that give non-developers a no-code solution for building your own applications. To get you started, we’ll create a simple PowerApp as an example of how easy the process is. Follow along and by the end of the blog, you will have a freshly developed sales administration app.


What to Consider When Selecting a Streaming Framework

On a project for a client, we faced a problem where our application wasn’t scaling sufficiently. At the end of this post, I’ll let you know which framework we chose, and why. We’ll focus less on comparing the frameworks and more on what I had to learn just to participate in the evaluation necessary to

Stream Smarter: Reactive Systems Using Reactor and Spring

Reactor 3.x is a Java library for writing reactive applications using the Reactive Streams standard. Reactor Core provides a reactive systems implementation similar in style to RxJava 2. Because it is based on standard reactive streams, Reactor can easily integrate with any other reactive streams library (particularly RxJava 2). There are adapters available for RxJava 1