Author Archive | Brian Leach


UniVerse 11.x Configurable Parameters: 2 of 2

Here is the second of two blogs on UniVerse configuration. These posts concentrate on those configuration parameters that are related to performance and those that apply hard limits on the system. In the first post, we looked at the configuration parameters introduced before UniVerse 11. Many of these have been part of UniVerse since its […]

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UniVerse 11.x Configurable Parameters: 1 of 2

As you might expect for an expressive application development platform called upon to provide services across a wide range of scenarios, from small independent end user sites through to large scale solutions, Rocket® UniVerse requires a certain degree of configuration management. The UniVerse configurable parameters, visible through the CONFIG ALL command, can be grouped into […]

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Angular, REST and U2: Part 3

This is the third post in the series, Angular, REST and U2. The first two posts in this series taught us how to use Angular and TypeScript to create a scalable single page application, and how to hook it up to U2 using the Rocket U2 RESTful Web Services. In this third and final post, […]

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Angular, REST and U2: Part 2

In the first of this series, we laid the groundwork by delving into Angular and TypeScript to discover how their component-oriented models can help us create maintainable, scalable, team-driven Single Page Applications. In this article, we turn our attention to REST as a means of surfacing our application data and functionality, and how these can […]

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Angular, REST and Rocket U2

Web developers today are building increasingly sophisticated front end clients that need to be backed by a heady mixture of ease of use and high performance business logic. Speed and scalability are everything in the drive to bring engaging and proactive experiences to your customers. Websites must compete for our attention and we, as consumers, […]

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