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and it and in the and and the talk is on the front and infrastructure with Member JS my name is
Sam so cough I live in Burlington amount my wife and I work at the top that covers company and that the catch me outside want talk about something non-tech related like economics of snowboarding music so on the
sample storing the server coming but happening at the start so
they're just launching their 1st where private
the guy handfuls programmers so about in the codebases forces app is a single codebase all programmers are working on is pretty simple and that's pretty much all there is to it the now this kobe starts
off in this kind of story as a model and I don't see that disparagingly on it's a single codebase and it has a kind of a single logical purpose there's a handful of programmers are lower than the same thing so this is what makes sense and this is kind of the initial phase so every experiences in Europe and they start to have more demands on their products to their customers and also from internal users from the company they start growing they hire people they can help customer service and so the single codebase the
cat 1 so what they do this the scientist with this code base of into multiple different back and services and they can make a data layout of at the same time a split up their and interfaces into multiple parts they still can have this me or client-facing web products that was the original on the product of the company but they've also made additional client-facing also internal where products and so may come up with this model where they have a lot lots of back and services acting as a data where they have a lot of interfaces and dotted applications essentially and then they communicate on this API so on but take a look at that these
infrastructure can activities the spirit rover after been hit with some complexity now the back this is really where have these programmer shot this is where there'd expertises so the back systems as they kind of
group and they became more complex they had a good process for how to split apart the original model and make it into separate services the services were all independent they could scale families of 1 seriously and more resources and more became more complex they can work on it without affecting the other services but importantly for this talk a back and were consistent and but what what I mean by that of a technical term consistent but consists in a way that I was programmers both people who had worked on particular adds a new programmers are higher FIL at home in these codebases they're all structured similarly and so on it may be productive they'd have to waste time figuring out out how to tap was set up of architecture was set up have been moved the application Gates now
is look at the front of the infrastructure so the programmers they weren't as how well versed in on how to scale up the front and infrastructure so originally you know they've been really
have a monthly decisions to make around us they can have a single codebase this what that most images another picture is much more complicated and what interfaces my happened was every time a new interface whether it was an internal toward product for counting or something customer service help sales the programs and make a lot of systems that
had decided OK which transcription CSS libraries are in use how we can actually use that were built upon for this new fragment was our data late in the right because now our building rich clients applications we need the layer that is up for requesting give my guys and worry about catching data with browser how we apps on and how we can test them and so these are among other things of right questions of the programmers had to answer every single time any kind of answer them differently different groups of people responsible for them they don't have the same consistent process for spinning of new interfaces that did for the back ends and so this cost a lot of problems that 1st
always in time they were about these questions each time images cost program time terms share code across 2 different interfaces because these questions were answered slightly differently slows down in Dallas who are trying to familiar with their infrastructure ultimately it really just can
hamper the growth as complexity is grown inside the company it was difficult to keep up with all these interfaces so what is that we have to do in this situation do well and 1 the 1 thing they can do is
start adopting and number still life for these interfaces for the front and projects I think and remember still I go a long way to help at you with this problem the kind of themselves it 2 main ways that this works 1st today if they started using and remember still lie within the company the it can improve the infrastructure so the tools and principles exist today to start immediately it's from some these questions in a more consistent way but I think are more on point is that it will help in the future because I really doesn't know and where the mean and they don't know their infrastructures can look like in the year 2 5 years and and the brings the same process to the front and developments as they are you have the brackets so let's look at these 2 points so let's look at 1st how cancer
happening not today while there some of the things that
probably most of us in this room know already so and remember celebrities boilerplate and this is true from within their applications the inference of itself embassy lie
brings us as well right in this these commands and so any programmer working in the finance is going know how to build or server test is applications it
gives the applications a similar directory structure Anderson architecture not just in terms of house laid out but again also had it moves through the application so it was really doing is providing consistent answers to these questions when weighted sums of this by saying that member brings conventions to actions friends now we hear a lot about conventions when we talk about member on this important part of our philosophy that means fostered the frameworks plus the of but is more than just about dimensions are more than just about reducing boilerplate I think when we think about conventions is that's they eliminate trivial differences between applications that hold us back and holding us back is the important point here the on it's but again it's not just about I have the same answer but it actually let's acting moved to a new level higher levels of productivity instruction within the company than they otherwise would be will do so it was like it to concrete examples of how this actually happened practice the the 1st with the
poets so by using embassy alive insulin they had some conventions that across all the apps and rebuild clarify this notion of what a distribution what's for that right and build create this kind of this and they realizable that's really what this unravels down to and you can say well maybe they understands before like a static just a good start acids ASCII deployed somewhere but this time and time again working on these apps over and over running Amber built in many manually copying it up somewhere they started the see right these these are on the similarities jump out of an easier because they're working on a shared convention so the next
thing we did for all the effort there just running in the bill for their right in a row of such a script that build the AP and maybe sent up to the servers and then they put they put this every time a new employer a new interface they put the script upon when the service so they started doing this and this was better than what they had before but I'm you know they started doing over and over and over again each interface again repeating themselves it's kind of like they're moving up this latter where the more that was held constant across the organization the easier it was to identify these trivial differences the things that were the same things that were different but didn't really matter so they
can understand really what a deployed on is all about on them and then the rest of the emic community right this is kind of maybe that the development that happened last year somewhat lives were done they can understand that will really when we deploy we need just the index up on a server that something operator and we need update our JavaScript and CSS assets once
we configure a back-end servers to work with this we really just you have now take care of the fun part
and so again the deployed process evolves to come to this next level and so now comes the interface had add-on and they just might start a new interface based only on the back ends were configured and so it became even simpler and redeploy was all they need you to
put the acts yeah this a flower there's 1 more thing that happened even though this was is even simpler they still had a so the back and when they needs a new guy and they have a set of authentication right and again at doing this over and over again once and once when programmers realizable why we extract is even more so when we extract some of this often back and and the word but in its own deploy server so i'm services as you do with ideas as you do with serving on our site has a new reference static assets but it's just going to be for the purpose of the police it will reduce anesthetic static gasses so they can be served up but it's also going to proxy these API requests to far back in the eye right and so you know some of this is inspired by what was actually happening with companies of Indian Community and on some of it is just some ideas that people float around but the point is here that remember number so I in the
organization established these conventions is kind of establish the bottom rung on the sled and very quickly and consistently the developers were able to innovate along what meant to the for the AP and to make it more general more abstract and ultimately more powerful and so you can see if 0 back when they were kind of all writing their own jobs perhaps and each team was going to answer these questions the only way they could say all rolled on our axis what we need the wall that's an easy question asked for it the hard thing is how do we get to the answer and a similar so we need to deploy that that's it's that that's too far reach because you have been identified what's constant across a acts and so the nice thing here is that by establishing a baseline brings conventions it gave Japanese engineers away a process for discovering shared things iterate and growing climate that ladder abstractions as a nice
example of how this happened today is testing and it's a similar idea bringing in Ambon embassy light can establish a space conventions so now instead of at a certain strategy to our friends and so the unit set up testing and we all had some helpers to go with it to but as they looked across the Emirates this kind where the similarities ended they're still running water and code to wire of the test harness and they sort of figure out again Figure data into their testing environment insurgents that and that was still a decent work of and you it it is over and over again and the similarities are jumping out so they realize that they
need was on an XH are stuff so they need a way to basically plugin server of something that would respond to the API request and that data and we're out so that the about could be populated and you could start certain against it have so this kind of thing
process they kept doing this they realize the script that had the code that wired up interceptor was a seed and it is run out of we see here against in the house of the and that number has brought now we have established the conventions which let them identify the things over the same is given tools like the add-on structure and the embassy like bill pipeline which easy experiment with the solutions so there about on a now the interfaces have this on more consistency across the board easier for new programs exist encouraged to work because of more similarities across the acts this final abstractions OK instead of just
an add-on on at now have a set of and we still have to wire up the rout for each at and we saw the figure out how to get it fixed a data the data into the server the server that's kind of intercepting right requests yeah so the think about the war really doing is we want a back and we wanna a backhand in the browser to stand in for our server which is not there so we have more control over that back into a concern against and testing and said that's really what we're doing the and In addition maybe mention want to build to populate that back in a browser with data from our actual servers were really and and tests all the way from unjust attempts to articulate and this brought
simple things like ability generate factors so again already you must go there more consistency so the idea here is the same they
start up Amber establishes based on conventions they're writing manual test code they identify OK will write this piece are the same all really needs an receptor descriptive shared nodes packet of tune out on and we end up with something like a back and browse again emissions process which leads to this discovered solution this thing that they know that they needed by the process enablement find and so that's
really how and where an embassy alive held out at me today it's about given process for identifying redundancies and the to extract new solutions identified instructions that a work within their company the and just point out you can say they have the same at the beginning why can't they just identify these redundancies well turns identifying the redundancies is very difficult and often is less damaging to just duplicate yourself than it is to get stuck with a bad structure and that's true with instructions true in a lot of problems and so to link on have process for discovering right abstractions OK so
that's kind how anger and embassy still alike can happen on today was look at how that happened on the future will 1st be held since they have to be
on some were semantic versioning and
the conventions embassy library of really important for making sure agony during the growth period as the branching and they have half a dozen a dozen more pronounced all apps stay up to date and they stay consistent with each other but I think it's easy for a lot of people to dismiss cementing versioning but with something like like the conventions of the upgrade preprocessed and semantic reasoning other libraries Amber Amber various libraries In organization exactly that really enables 1 developer gives them the confidence to go into a project that they've never even touched before and they can be confident have upgraded because it follows the same conventions as other projects there's no 1 there is a need to contact the developer more knowledge on what the overall the and we ought to take not a lot of it upgraded and that's going keep things consistent keep things fresh this kind of combination also
gives factory flexibility in the future on the stability that they get from having the various interfaces much more consistent in uniform it keeps the overall architecture much more flexible and less swap pieces and now so you can imagine making
decision to some of the back engineers mechanisms without 1 of the server-side components and to and because all the friends are similar the front engineers now there's only 1 layer where this is going to be effective let's say there's a number data for the state right so they're go in there and make the changes the everything else is the same so that's kind of power that is consistent brains and how keeps architecture flexible thank you now I think the
biggest thing that it helps happen with 1 thing another features that at is going have a stronger guarantee that new standards and best practices that emerge from what community doesn't make it back into these interfaces and then explain why so I think all frameworks do
this I think on all frameworks are really important and not just the frameworks smaller libraries too but the shared solutions so we all use are really important for helping us discover and identify what best practices and standards are the new that we should be using that was discover things that make buildings quality software easier better and faster yeah but I think there were more than any other framework is absolutely relentless about identifying the best practices and standards that have emerged from the community and rolling them back into its own and it's going to figure out some way it's going to be determined through some way to make these new best standards and practices available to anyone going with and so whether that's promises whether
there's an entire new rendering where building you're year 6 modules for something like on SBA if you think about the longevity and the importance of longevity that acting company like acting that is growing has lots of diverse groups internally has many interfaces to to be always say that all those interfaces are going to be up to date and in 1 years 2 years 5 years and those things are going to incorporate modern best practices it's extremely powerful on organization yeah I so
just enclosing fast when they started
out this these architecture questions weren't that big of a deal right there is a single codebase the renders a so what application and those images but when you move to kind of this
environment that's more complex there's not a one-to-one relationship between your back and your friends it becomes more difficult right
the only 2 point the act was right to solid the model the problem was not that they should be set at the beginning thought paid were I have these services we should try imagine would being a couple years and Split our back ends these 5 services making a interfaces that's that's not what we should have done but they don't
know when they're starting now what the actual look like in 5 years 3 years and when you and the result moms may have process that a process that they were able to follow once things started getting complex and that let them break out on the back and services in this consistent and understand the way right I think member a member so I can do that for the front ends as well ultimately I think member is not just a
framework is really a philosophy the philosophy about how to create and improve software and it's essentially if the bullets lost endowments will we saw that work within actually itself that we process the development that process the happen acting as the primary in terms of finding their on infrastructure has come microcosm example this and the
flux is essentially this the 1st step is you wanna give real developers the tools to take right you want to encourage them real Lopez of the roots ground only actual applications the tinkering to experiment with what they need masculine them identify the things are the same redundancies then you want the extremely
deliberate relentless about folding means things we've discovered back and share solutions now you think about these tenants that actually embraced by porting right but but also embraced by the ambit community and fact this is really how Web standards and even adults language itself of all right it's it's basically I think a lot of people have come to believe that the notion that you can get a small community of people and top down you analyze the problems so these are the actual primitives instructions that we need that's basically gone I think it's clear that the way to action yeah develop successful applications identified that are actually in the Bible to real developers building real software is let them take but the newly yeah this is the PAC consistently letting developers write higher quality software so if there's 1 chemical
action this talk I guess is to embrace this philosophy yourself is to within your own development young company innovate identify things are the same but the relentless about sharing them within your rization and within the community they thought you owned means and in here a
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Titel Bring Sanity to Frontend Infrastructure with Ember
Serientitel Ember Conf 2015
Autor Selikoff, Sam
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DOI 10.5446/34744
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract Monolithic server-side applications are on the way out - but what does this mean for our frontend code? A world of independent backend services creates unique challenges for internal frontend development: How can teams share code? Streamline deployments? Test and integrate their code with existing backend systems? This talk will discuss how Ember's conventions and tooling can bring consistency, discipline and sanity to a company's frontend infrastructure.

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