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Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2018-11-17.
  • Making sure that your npm package works as expected after publishing on npm can be a nightmare. Since it can have several different working environments, it may behave differently on your machine than on a server. Actually, fixing a bug involves publishing again your package thus bumping up its version number.
    Article  Added by juanpicado // medium.com // 1 day ago
  • Tutorial  Added by juanpicado // medium.com // 1 day ago
  • We know about many web development languages that have been successfully used by developers for quite a long time so far. The most popular of them are Python, PHP, and Ruby. Recent years have brought a new technology that is being thoroughly discussed - the Elixir programming language.

    Ever since Elixir programming began to gain traction, the efficiency and advantages of other back-end languages has been called into question.
    Follow this article to find out more about Elixir programming.
    Article  Added by Bessalitskykh // mlsdev.com // 5 days ago
  • React Native vs Native
    I get asked this question at every Academy workshop, “Why React Native? Should I just learn Obj-C, Swift, Java, Kotlin, Ionic, or PWAs?” It’s a great question, and I get the reason. Here's the answer
    Article  Added by GantMan // shift.infinite.red // 5 days ago
  • Wondering what the difference is between Swift and Objective-C? Which language better suits your project? Follow this essential guide to learn a detailed comparison of Swift vs Objective-C to make your choice.
    Article  Added by Bessalitskykh // mlsdev.com // 6 days ago
  • What are webhooks? They’re central to web development—but do you really know how to use them? Let’s go through a simple explanation with easy examples to get started.
    Article  Added by Mathdio24 // snipcart.com // 10 days ago
  • Learn the entire process of implementing RESTful API service on Serverless Framework using AWS Lambda, a serverless compute service and you better believe it’s going to be awesome
    Tutorial  Added by sakimjan // sinxloud.com // 11 days ago
  • Today's market of mobile applications is highly competitive, but has its treasure. The revenue from top successful apps is expected to reach $190 billion in the year 2020. In order to launch a great app startup, you need to abide by a systematic pattern.
    Follow this article to find out fundamental information about how to make a successful app.
    Article  Added by Bessalitskykh // mlsdev.com // 24 days ago
  • 3Factor is an architectural pattern for building web/mobile applications that allow for fast iteration, while being highly resilient and scalable from day 1.
    Article  Added by hersh_m // 3factor.app // 24 days ago
  • Serverless Computing allows you to concentrate on your application code instead of managing servers or installing any software. You can build a Serverless Website by using AWS Lambda, a serverless compute service and it’s simply great.
    Article  Added by sakimjan // sinxloud.com // 25 days ago
  • Instagram is the leading app for sharing photos.

    According to the official statistical information the service provides, daily users post over 80 million pictures on Instagram. Over 3.5 billion likes are given every day, and more than 400 million of users are active monthly in this app.

    Have you ever wondered how much it costs to build an iPhone app like Instagram? In this article, we will estimate the potential expenses and explain how to develop a photo sharing app for a single platform.
    Article  Added by Bessalitskykh // mlsdev.com // about 1 month ago
  • Machine Learning is doing crazy new things, finding sharks, creating faces, and more wild and useful examples. For instance, there’s a Machine Learning model that could identify who would steal the declaration of independence. That means some crazy person spent time training a model to identify Nic Cage. From installing beta software to learning how to properly train an image classification model. Who would do such a thing? Spoiler alert, it was me.
    Article  Added by GantMan // shift.infinite.red // about 1 month ago
  • Node Async Await Example Tutorial is today’s leading topic. ES 2017 introduced Asynchronous functions. Async functions are essentially a cleaner way to work with asynchronous code in JavaScript. Using async-await, you can simplify your callback or Promise based Node.js application with async functions.
    Tutorial  Added by KrunalLathiya // appdividend.com // 2 months ago
  • Learn how to use performance tracing with your GraphQL Application and gain confidence in the performance your backend delivers
    Article  Added by DanielMSchmidt // medium.com // 2 months ago
  • One of the must-have modules in your Node.js/express.js app
    Really liked the module, Simple and easy to implement.
    Check out, how to implement it.
    Article  Added by thatshailesh // 101node.io // 2 months ago
  • Node.js and React are two of the most powerful tools in the JavaScript ecosystem. In this tutorial, we use Strapi for Node.js content management and strap it to a React frontend, resulting in a full JS SPA.
    Tutorial  Added by Mathdio24 // snipcart.com // 3 months ago
  • Semaphore is increasing the free CI/CD capacity on all open source organizations from 2 to 4 Boxes.
    Update  Added by dunjardl // semaphoreci.com // 5 months ago
  • Visual Studio Code and Sublime are two of the most popular code editors out there. In this post, I'll compare both tools' performance, customization, and extensions. For frontend developers out there, this will also answer the question: which one is better for JavaScript development?
    Article  Added by thefln // snipcart.com // 6 months ago
  • The Rosetta stone for state management in React and React Native
    Article  Added by GantMan // hackernoon.com // 7 months ago
  • Learn how to test your NodeJS/GraphQL server using Mocha, Chai, and supertest.
    Article  Added by Mark_S // kolosek.com // 7 months ago
  • After a lot of researching, we found the best way to organize our SailsJS app that has a GraphQL endpoint. Check out how to do it in this article.
    Article  Added by Mark_S // kolosek.com // 7 months ago
  • Build edge applications written in JavaScript. Develop locally (npm install -g @fly/fly), write tests (fly test), deploy your code globally (fly deploy). The runtime is Open Source, and we have docs to get you started.
    Service  Added by KittyBot // fly.io // 8 months ago
  • In this part of the tutorial, I will show how to add more models to your app, how to tune the old one, how to connect them and how to test models from the console.
    Tutorial  Added by graffzon // zonov.me // 8 months ago
  • Every day I try to learn/read/watch/listen something new and then record a video about it to share the new knowledge. In this video, I tell about NPM release 5.7.0 and the following 5.7.1.
    Article  Added by graffzon // www.youtube.com // 9 months ago
  • Second post in series about how to switch to NodeJS, from a Rubyist point of view. This time about integration with DB.
    Tutorial  Added by graffzon // zonov.me // 9 months ago
  • Just started making a new pet project using ExpressJS, so it's a great occasion to document everything and help node-newcomers :)
    Article  Added by graffzon // zonov.me // 9 months ago
  • These frameworks take top places in our commercial projects. This month, we analyzed their performance and prepared a guideline for web developers in 2017 aimed to help in solving React vs Angular battle.
    Article  Added by Julia991 // www.cleveroad.com // 10 months ago
  • Discover the latest NodeJS articles, tutorials, libraries, and code snippets from around the web to keep your programming skills sharp
    Service  Added by hacklines // hacklines.com // 10 months ago
  • Creating a simple online role-playing game using React for frontend, Node.js for the backend, GraphQL for the backend interface and Pusher for the realtime features.
    Article  Added by josemcunha // learn.pusher.com // 10 months ago
  • As these days most of the companies prefer to hold a grip in all kind of market including that of IoS and Android, they are in continuous need of applications which can run smoothly and successfully on all platforms and we have node js the perfect solution for the server-side development
    Article  Added by shipmanpaul // www.angularminds.com // 11 months ago