Battle of the Frameworks: Enter Vue.js

By Sophie Traen on 05 December 2018

The battle for the best Front End framework continues in full force. Now that AngularJs has officially entered its End of Life period, we are once again faced with the question: which framework should we pick for our next Web app1?

Vue.js is all the rage these days. Although it exists for quite a few years, it's still the new kid on the block. Naturally, we've been following up on it closely at AE. Will this small but lovable framework make its way to the top, and stand proud next to the giants Angular and React? Let's find out!

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QA as the perfect enabler to shorten your project’s time to market

By ErwinVangenechten on 18 February 2016

In our ever faster digital world, time to market is an increasingly important factor in any IT project. A shorter time to market is crucial to stay ahead of the competition. However, this is not possible without an agile and qualitative IT environment. This is where Quality Assurance comes into play.

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Front End Engineering wrap-up

By ae.admin on 06 August 2015

Summer is great for catching up on some reading backlog. Missed a blog post? Don’t worry! We’re here to help you out. These past months our front end engineering community has been very active in implementing web technologies across our customer base. Want to get started with the latest web technologies in your project?

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StarBooks: the distributed library concept - part 2

By Andries Van Humbeeck on 23 July 2015

This blog post is part 2 of our hackathon idea. It covers the technical setup we used to get the prototype up and running during the two-day hackathon at AE. You can read about the concept idea in part 1.

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StarBooks: the distributed library concept - part 1

By Andries Van Humbeeck on 20 July 2015

On the 4th and 5th of June, AE organized a hackathon for all interested employees. We were invited to gather a team and work out our own idea based on the theme "Think customer, explore the future". Our team: 4 developers and 1 analyst. This blog post describes our idea and how we implemented this in under 36 hours.

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