Tag: Web development
Build a secure e-commerce app with SuperTokens and Hasura GraphQL
Posted on April 6, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length long
This tutorial will show you how to develop a secure e-commerce store using SuperTokens authentication in a React.js app. We'll use a modern stack that includes React, Hasura GraphQL, and SuperTokens. By Ankur Tyagi.
Optimizing AWS Lambda function performance for Java
Posted on April 3, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
This blog post shows how to optimize the performance of AWS Lambda functions written in Java, without altering any of the function code. It shows how Java virtual machine (JVM) settings affect the startup time and performance. You also learn how you can benchmark your applications to test these changes. By Benjamin Smith and Mark Sailes.
An introduction to generics in Golang
Posted on April 2, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
The Go 1.18 release adds support for generics. Generics are the biggest change we've made to Go since the first open source release. By Robert Griesemer and Ian Lance Taylor.
How to develop Event-Driven architectures
Posted on March 30, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Author is going to look at how we can use Open source Chronicle Queue and Chronicle Wire to structure applications to use Event-Driven Architecture (EDA). EDA is a design pattern in which decoupled components (often microservices) can asynchronously publish and subscribe to events. By Rob Austin.
How TypeScript design patterns help you write better code
Posted on March 29, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length long
Handling multiline logs with Loki and Fluent Bit on Kubernetes
Posted on March 26, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Logging is one of the core parts of monitoring in an application life cycle. Fluent Bit is an open-source project that allows log processing and forwarding. In this post, I will point out some useful hin that I have found during configuring the fluent bit for our environment. Loki is another tool from Grafana used for log aggregations. By @cleancloud-k8s.com.
Posted on March 25, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
I struggled with two aspects of software development as a junior engineer: structuring large codebases and writing testable code. Test-driven development is such a common technique that is often taken for granted, but it's not always clear how code can be made fully testable. By Nate Anderson.
Top 10 Angular best practices to improve your Angular app
Posted on March 24, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Despite all the compelling features offered by Angular, if you overlook your coding practices for the Angular code, there are chances of facing performance issues. By Archita Nayak.
CSS REM: What is REM in CSS?
Posted on March 21, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
In this article I'm going to discuss some use cases of REM (Root EM) in CSS. CSS (which stands for Cascading Style Sheets) uses properties and values to create all the aesthetic magic that goes on in webpages. By Slimane Aguersif.
How Firebase Performance Monitoring optimized app startup time
Posted on March 19, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length long
Mobile users expect their apps to be fast and responsive, and apps with a slow startup time, especially during coldstart, can leave them feeling frustrated. By Viswanathan Munisamy.
A complete guide to distributed tracing
Posted on March 18, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Distributed tracing helps you track requests across services and understand issues affecting your application performance. In distributed cloud architecture, debugging performance issues is complicated. By Ankit Anand.
Applying product thinking to slack's internal compute platform
Posted on March 16, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length long
When creating a platform, it's critical to have clearly defined customers and products that will benefit from it rather than building in a vacuum. By Javier Turegano Director, Software Engineering @slack.