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Frontend Engine upgrade

Throughout the previous development steps, we had concentrated on backend technology. As part of this, we have defined a document store, as well as refined metadata retrieval and management.

We have also implemented a simple frontend for the technology to validate and demonstrate its operation. Subsequently, we laid the foundation for a highly interactive and performant fronted user interface.

I would like to introduce you to Gawati Portal v2, which was deployed to our demo server earlier this week. You can find it in the link list in the right hand menu of this page.

Portal v2 is implementing the AJAX approach and will allow for client side resources to interact with Gawati to reduce the dependence on the connection to the server side infrastructure.

This approach also allows for much more flexibility implementing features that will make delivering the information users are looking for much more practical and easy.

This initial version of the Portal V2 based user interface is not much more than a reimplementation of the v1 interface on the new technology.

Over the next couple of weeks, you will find more visible, and newer features added that make use of these efforts. Even more, the benefits will shine on the side of data administration and contribution.

More on that though in a later post.

For now, we are proud to showcase our client side of the Gawati engine.


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