26 Nov 2019

This is part two of our series where we are going to walk through a full stack development exercise that we have put together for our Unosquare University curriculum. With our internal University we are creating a place where we can centrally house various courses and learning materials for the technologies where our teammates excel. Some of our curriculum has been helpful to software development professionals outside of Unosquare, and we hope that you find this interesting and helpful.

This post is the second in our series on RESTful API building. Remember that our goal is to create a RESTful API using Java EE and three UI applications using some of the most popular JavaScript frameworks/libraries - AngularJS, ReactJS and VueJs.

In part one we ended with a working API and now we are going to create our database using MySQL 8.0. Now, you may notice that the file names in some of the images in this post are in Spanish, but we think that this is easy enough to follow along. The development talent at Unosquare is bilingual, and so are our File Explorers ; )

17 Oct 2019

There have been many changes in web development technologies since I began working as a software developer. My CV shows that I have worked with PHP and Java under monolithic architectures. I am familiar with Java EE with JSP, JSF and Java SE with Spring MVC, as well. So, I think it’s fair to say that I have exposure to everything in a whole solution.