Posted Feb 7 2013 by Kevin Nickels
We always love to read what Cory Wiles has to say – check out his new blog post “11995 Minutes of Development“.
In case you have not seen his previous post about FatFractal, you can find it here.
Many-to-Many Relationships & NoSQL? Problem solved.
Message from the Coder & Chief
FYI – What is on the mind of a student at UGA?
FYI – FatFractal can host your web content as well as your data API
FYI – You can run batch routines (CRON) jobs on FatFractal
FYI – FatFractal Server Extensions lets you extend your API with any function that you want
FYI – FatFractal provides an amazingly flexible event model for your business logic (when foo changes, do bar)
PaaS? BaaS? What?
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