Ecommerce web site and online presence for the Vermont-based tea shop.
Intro This is more of a historical reference than a how-to guide. Most of this work was done in January and February, although I’ve since revisited both projects on occasion since then. I’ll be covering two separate sites, Wetzdoku and WetzNet. The first was very light and the second was fairly complex (what I’d loosely call “medium”). Both sites were migrated for the same reasons: cost and flexibility. My LLC was graduating from BizSpark, so I’d no longer have the free Azure credits.2100 words, estimated 10 minutes reading time
Quick History The initial version of my portfolio here on WetzDev was an Angular 1.x web application. It was read-only with JSON files on the server; it was simply a proof-of-concept. After a little while I added a server component in Nancy that worked with DocumentDB on Azure. I re-used some image management logic I created for WetzNet. As I was already re-using code, I simply made the admin screens in Nancy and kept Angular as a readonly front end.500 words, estimated 3 minutes reading time