Bridging the gap between SQL and NoSQL in PostgreSQL with JSON
Posted on October 10, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length medium
PostgreSQL, a popular open-source relational database system can be used as a hybrid database to handle both structured and semi-structured data. PostgreSQL's support for JSON and JSONB object types allows for flexible data modelling and can solve many of the same problems that NoSQL databases are made to address. By Leslie S. Gyamfi.
Discussing PostgreSQL: What changes in version 16
Posted on September 15, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length long
The article discusses the new features and improvements in PostgreSQL 16, the latest version of the open source relational database. By Amit Kapila.
Tags mysql json cio database web-development
Working with Postgres JSON query
Posted on September 14, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length long
The article explains how to work with Postgres JSON Query, which is a feature that allows you to store and query JSON data in PostgreSQL. By Pratibha Sarin.
The complete guide to WordPress REST API basics
Posted on August 8, 2023, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
The WordPress REST API is in the process of changing WordPress. You may not have noticed, as a lot of it is under the hood, but the implications of the REST API make a huge difference to the future of WordPress, both in terms of its codebase and its uses. By Rachel McCollin.
Five useful JSON tools to improve your productivity
Posted on July 29, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Comparing Avro vs Protobuf for data serialization
Posted on April 18, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length short
Data serialization is a crucial aspect of modern distributed systems because it enables the efficient communication and storage of structured data. In this article, we will discuss two popular serialization formats: Avro and Protocol Buffers, Protobuf for short, and compare their strengths and weaknesses to help you make an informed decision about which one to use in your projects. By Daniel Selans.
Jsonnet is better than YAML for generating JSON
Posted on February 13, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length long
YAML is a well-known language for generating JSON files, but as we have been generating Docker Compose for integration tests, we've found Jsonnet to be better. Before we discuss both languages, keep in mind that this piece is strictly to discuss the use of each language when generating JSON. By Colin Mo.
A deeper dive into WebAssembly, the new executable format for the web
Posted on November 15, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
PyTorch on Google Cloud: How to train PyTorch models on AI Platform
Posted on September 23, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length long
PyTorch has been predominantly used in research and in recent years it has gained tremendous traction in the industry as well due to its ease of use and deployment. By Rajesh Thallam, Vaibhav Singh.
Tags gcp google data-science python json
Working with a JSONB array of objects in PostgreSQL
Posted on July 7, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Get, add and remove JSON objects from an array. By Rob Tomlin.
Tags json database mysql app-development
How to start a project on Angular the right way
Posted on April 24, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
How do you start a new project? ng new app and that's it! Not anymore. If you want to make maintenance and development easier you should be sure to follow these steps. By coding_indian.
How to build a GraphQL data layer for REST microservices
Posted on January 10, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
GraphQL is a great technology for microservices because you can use it as a data layer for these microservices. One use case is to combine the data from all these services into a single, unified API. By Roy Derks.