Back-end Development Related Projects

The following posts are all related to Back-end Development:


Node.Js App

Ben Buie | 3/10/15

I took a couple hours today and last week to get some Node.js practice. I built a basic app that can take an image upload and display it. The app was surprisingly simple to write. I used two packages: node-formidable for parsing form data and fs for handling the image.  

Voltage Internal Business System Architecture & UX/UI Design

Ben Buie | 2/18/15

I can’t talk publicly much about this project out of respect for Voltage, but I wanted to include it in my projects because it was a great opportunity for me to continue honing my skills of UX/UI Design as well as back-end architecture. Steven and I worked together to lay out early wireframes of the Read More >>

Syncing Inventory

Ben Buie | 8/15/14

I almost forgot to write about this project. One of the hardest things to do in eCommerce is keep your product inventory synced with the warehouse, particularly if you have both eCommerce and physical stores. Fjallraven.us wanted to take their ability to the next level, so they asked us to build sync functionality between their Read More >>

Reebok Last & Limited Calendar

Ben Buie | 8/8/14

It’s taken me a while to post this project because I like to wait till they go live; however, it looks like this project was put on the back burner after I pretty much completed it. I had a lot of fun building this app. It had to be totally responsive and the hover state Read More >>

Voltage Payments App

Ben Buie | 1/1/14

It has been slow this January and with some down time Seth asked me to write an app that allows us to take recurring payments from both our clients and for our clients. The app turned out great. The real challenge was syncing data across our database and authorize.net. I had to architect a user Read More >>

Centura Health

Ben Buie | 7/26/13

One of the things I like most about my new job at Voltage is the interesting projects I get to work on. It seems like there is always new and challenging problems and Centura Health was no exception. In addition to a bunch of animation surprises, I had to figure out how to make a Read More >>

HappyFreebie Site Development

Ben Buie | 5/16/13

Update: this site is now called goodsbee.com I did 90% of the development on the site.

Geckoboard Dashboard

Ben Buie | 5/16/13

In the spring of 2013, I did a Node.js project for a Boulder company called Ubooly. I pulled data from the Freshbooks and Flurry APIs and displayed for a pull API at GeckoBoards. I also built the cloud server from the ground up using Digital Ocean.