Return of the JS: Towards a node.js-based software architecture for combined CMS/CRM applications

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Abstract

While the use of server-side JavaScript in combination with the Node.js framework for implementing web applications is getting more and more common in practice, its implications for the evolution of web application architectures have rarely been studied in the scientific literature. In particular, the combination of components and their interplay for building pure JavaScript business applications has only rarely been investigated so far. Therefore, in this paper a software architecture for a real-world online service network application with a combined CMS/CRM functionality is presented. It is evaluated by a prototypical implementation of relevant core functionalities. Results indicate the feasibility and potential of the approach.

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Kaimer, F., & Brune, P. (2018). Return of the JS: Towards a node.js-based software architecture for combined CMS/CRM applications. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 141, pp. 454–459). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2018.10.143

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