Jquery, bootstrap, vue

When I started at Kingsborough, I built a library homepage that I’ll call “the jquery site”. I was a bit behind the curve on web technologies, and the site very quickly seemed rather dated. The jquery site lingered on far too long, becoming increasingly problematic with each revision, until it was clear that it should have been killed quite some time ago.

Anyhow, now I am replacing it with what I’ll call “the bootstrap site”. I’ll concede that I’m still probably behind the curve on web technologies, but the bootstrap site is so much of an improvement over the jquery site that I think everyone will be greatly relieved, at least for a little while.

I don’t know what’s next, but I think I’ve dug far enough into LibGuides CMS that I’ll be able to make it work with a more sophisticated web framework. As I mentioned before, I am working on learning Vue. Perhaps the next incarnation will be “the vue site”?

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  1. Posted May 26, 2021 at 9:57 am | Permalink

    Just a heads up that the bootstrap site is not live yet! Hoping to put it up soon.

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