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No #Anahita #Hackathon is happening this weekend, because we've been working on a Client deadline all week. Anahita development will resume this week. We are implementing the commenting in the Anahita React.
I wrote an article about scaling up Anahita, moving towards a microservices architecture, and building devop tools: #Anahita #Devops #ScalingUp
Spruced up media cards and added actions #Anahita #Hackathon #ReactJS #MaterialUI
Added Notification subscribe/unsubscribe and Medium Delete actions. The design pattern for actions workflow is coming together. #Anahita #Hackathon
Looks like we found a way to have reusable actions in both browse and read views of Anahita React. It works so well that we can even have Owner Actor follow/unfollow or block/unblock on story items. Going to implement the additional actions next. The code can be made DRY, but we aren't going to do that yet. We want to see all the patterns emerge and then we'll come up with higher order function...
Like/Unlike actions are working. Furthermore, revised a design pattern of handling actions in browse views. The Follow action implementation is also another example. #Anahita #Hackathon #ReactJS #ReduxJS #MaterialUI
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This weekend we performed more work on #Anahita stories in our #ReactJS app. Implemented localization, container to construct story messages. Also performed some refactoring and UI adjustments. Most of Anahita React development work isn't about building features, but finding new software design patterns for a complex graph architecture system. This will be our ongoing obsession. #Anahita #Hacka...
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For this week's #anahita #hackathon the focus is on elaborating the story cards and finding good design patterns for story actions.
Anahita has passed 7000 downloads, thank you all! #Anahita

Scaling Up Anahita

People have asked us about how to scale up Anahita for hundreds of thousands or more users, also about a micro-services version of Anahita. No cloud application can by default scale up to a large number of users. Traditionally, Software-as-a-service or SAAS projects achieved this by throwing hardware and computing power at their production server. Today they use a dev-ops and release engineerin...

Spruced up story cards with array of objects or subjects #Anahita #Hackathon
Hello Rastin: any progress/approximate timeline on this? We want to deploy #Anahita using #Docker and #Kubernetes and are waiting for official Anahita DK8s tools

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