February 18-20, 2015
Montreal, Canada

Vertical Reusablility Through Components

Describing an alternative to various common (H)MVC architectures this talk demos the architecture behind the researchgate.net platform.

Using a component based approach enables developers to take page elements, like a single "follow" button, and place it everywhere on the site without having to duplicate any PHP, JS, HTML, CSS or AJAX endpoints in the process.

It goes on to show what scalability, performance and UX implications this has.

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Volker Dusch

ResearchGate

Volker Dusch is a Software Developer born in Germany and currently working for the Scientific Network, ResearchGate, in Berlin.

Having worked on big home grown legacy applications and with new 'modern' projects he is interested in keeping code maintainable so that it can be adapted fast and easily to new requirements.

His current interests lie in the Clean Code movement, Test Driven Development, Agile Software Development and continuously shipping what 'business' really needs to succeed.

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