Tag: Web development
Don't know what to monitor? L.E.T.S. Start with 4 Metrics!
Posted on December 1, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
"We paid for a bunch of tools but we don't know what we should be looking at. There are tons of charts that don't seem to mean anything!" Software monitoring, how does it work? By Jeremy Hicks.
Posted on November 28, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length short
At some point you have probably come across a website that uses an autocomplete text box, drag and drop, or scroll based animations. If you have then chances are also pretty high that you have encountered debouncing and/or throttling without even realizing it. By @webdevsimplified.com.
Better together: A Kubernetes and Wasm case study
Posted on November 20, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
This article reveals how early experiments bringing two major CNCF projects together – WebAssembly and Kubernetes – promises greater agility and major efficiencies. By Sean Isom.
OOP meaning – What is Object-Oriented Programming?
Posted on November 19, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
In today's technology driven society, computer programming knowledge is in high demand. And as a developer, you'll need to know various programming languages. One concept that is common among many programming languages is Object Oriented Programming. By Hillary Nyakundi.
WebSockets in a serverless world
Posted on November 18, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Serverless and WebSockets is a bit of a contradiction. Serverless implies that we're not managing servers ourselves, they've been abstracted away for our convenience. WebSockets allow us to communicate between a "client" and a "server", but what happens when that server is "serverless"?! By Jo Franchetti.
Angular v15 is now available!
Posted on November 17, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Over the past year developers removed Angular's legacy compiler and rendering pipeline which enabled the development of a series of developer experience improvements in the past couple of months. Angular v15 is the culmination of this with dozens of refinements which lead to better developer experience and performance. By Minko Gechev.
Three reasons why CISOs need to understand domain security
Posted on November 16, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Domain name abuse is one of the most dangerous and under-regulated issues in digital business security today. An attack on a web domain can lead to the redirection of a company's website, domain spoofing, phishing attacks, network breaches, and business email compromise (BEC). By cscdbs.com.
A deeper dive into WebAssembly, the new executable format for the web
Posted on November 15, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
How to add Playwright tests to your pull request CI with GitHub Actions
Posted on November 14, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
If you're like me, you really appreciate a test automation step as part of your pull request (PR) CI for that added confidence before merging code. I want to show you how to add Playwright tests to your PRs and how to tie it all together with a GitHub Actions CI workflow. By Liran Tal.
Faster MQTT data collection with InfluxDB
Posted on November 11, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Native MQTT eliminates the need to write custom code, orchestrate additional technology layers or incorporate additional hosting services. By By Jason Myers.
The ultimate guide to redirects: URL redirections explained
Posted on November 10, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length long
Redirects send users from one URL to another. The first URL is the one the user clicked, typed in, or otherwise requested. The second is the new destination URL. By Kelly Lyons, senior blog editor @ Semrush.
Using Watir to automate web browsers with Ruby
Posted on November 9, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Browser automation describes the process of programmatically performing certain actions in the browser (or handing these actions over to robots) that might otherwise be quite tedious or repetitive to be performed manually by a human. By Jude Ero.