Project Sagan: client-side architecture

Now that we know a bit more about JavaScript modules, we’re ready to dive into the client-side architecture of the Sagan application.

Note: If you haven’t read previous blog posts on the Sagan project, you should know that this is the Spring reference application that powers this blog and everything else at Previous posts showed out to run this application, how we do zero downtime deployments and also how we upgraded Sagan to use the latest JDK8 features.

In this post, I want to walk through the basics of the client-side architecture in the Sagan application: