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Development | linnovate.net | Mar. 19, 2017

Advanced WordPress with Angular2, Node.js and ElasticSearch

This company is thinking about how to combine the applicative advantages coming from different back-end and front-end technologies together with the market and ecosystem of WordPress.

Advanced WordPress with Angular2, Node.js and ElasticSearch

Development | linnovate.net | Mar. 19, 2017

When ever I used to think about wordpress the immidiate image that I used to have was of simple, low-budget sites that are pretty in the outside and pretty awful in the inside. Lets face it, php lacks the elegence of python or javascript (esperically with ES6) but systems like Drupal, which we used to default to,
compensated because of their well thought out architecture and enterprise features.
The slippery slope presents itself when you try to implement applicative features using Drupal or Wordpress subsystems.
Both CMS's present a challange to scale and when you compare their performance to a node/express serving content from mongo you move from the 2-3 seconds to subsecond page loads and a great customer experience.
The main force that drove us to develop mean.io was our recurring "sin of the applicative CMS" trying to solve any technological challange with Drupals or Wordpress subsystems which are always inherently inferior to a custom node api + js framework client.
So now we have achieved peformant and awesome fullstack js solutions but we lack the richness of the Wordpress or Drupal ecosystems.
So we started thinking how can we combine the applicative advantages coming