I just published gadget-ui v. 6.0.0. There are no significant changes or additions to the library itself, but I have added ES6 modules exports to support importing the library, in whole or in part, using the ES6 import command.
A few days ago, I posted a NodeJS application built around a REST API, and some further thoughts around architecture with the NodeJS mysql package.
In software design, architectural choices have a significant influence on the maintainability of your code base.
In parts I and II of my FileUploader example code, I showed you the client-side and server-side code for the FileUploader component and some example code for a CFML-based server-component to handle the uploaded data.
A FileUploader component does no good by itself. In order to provide upload capability, you need something on the server that can receive the uploaded files and process them.
I'm going to demonstrate how to use the new gadget-ui.
[ This post is part of my ongoing instructional series on setting up some baseline IT infrastructure for the fictional startup Shoestring Lab.