In this article I’ll explain the tech stack I’ll be using for Data Blade. Of course this can, and probably will change in the future when I get more users, so I might do an update to this article in the future.
As a professional webdeveloper I’ve created a lot of different applications for many different customers. Most of those applications had one thing in common, they needed to process data from external systems and perform some action of that data. This process mainly consists of importing the data, manipulating it and storing it before processing. It can be really tedious to build scripts to import, manipulate and store the data, that’s why I’ve been working on a SaaS application in my spare time to make this easier for other developers.