The first e-zine for seniors built on Angular and Cordova
At Totami, our mission was to pioneer the creation of an interactive tablet magazine specifically tailored to the 65+ age group. Working alongside a highly skilled multidisciplinary team of developers, designers, and content creators, I dedicated nearly two years to this innovative project, until its funding unexpectedly ceased.
During my tenure as a software engineer on the Totami project, I had the privilege of developing a groundbreaking tool. This tool possessed the ability to generate static content dynamically from on-demand editorial content. At the time, this approach was considered unorthodox and unconventional, as it relied on serverless principles that had not yet gained widespread popularity. However, today, a strikingly similar approach can be witnessed in the form of incremental static regeneration, as seen in solutions like Next.js.
By leveraging the power of serverless principles and employing this forward-thinking approach, we aimed to provide a seamless and interactive reading experience for our target audience. Our tool's capacity to generate static content dynamically served as a significant technological advancement, enabling the delivery of personalized and engaging content to users.
Though the Totami project ultimately faced an unexpected funding setback, the impact of our innovative approach and technological advancements cannot be understated. Today, similar concepts and methodologies have gained recognition, validating our forward-thinking approach. The experience gained during my involvement in this ambitious venture has not only expanded my technical expertise but has also instilled in me the value of pushing boundaries and embracing unconventional solutions to create meaningful and transformative user experiences.
Angular, Cordova, Sails
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