Beginners Guide to gRPC in Go!
In this tutorial, we'll be covering the basics of building a gRPC Server and Client in Go!
Read more at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdzYdN_Zd9Q
Jest 26: Tick Tock
When we started rebuilding Jest five years ago our goal was to provide a batteries-included zero-configuration test runner that is approachable for beginners, extensible for almost all testing use cases and scalable to large projects.
Read more at https://jestjs.io/blog/2020/05/05/jest-26
How To Build A Vue Survey App Using Firebase Authentication And Database
This tutorial would take you on a step by step guide to build a functional survey app using Vue.js and Firebase. From validating the user’s data through Vuelidate, to authentication, storing the user’s data, route protection and sending data to Firebase servers. All the steps used in the tutorial are practical, and can be reproduced in any real-life project, even with a custom backend.
SOC 2 compliance for developers using Git
SOC 2 compliance sends a strong signal to potential customers that your organization cares about security & data privacy, and has verifiable proof that you do.
Read more at https://try.datree.io/soc2-compliance-git-guide
Read more at https://devhints.io/es6
Node v14.2.0 (Current) Released
The latest version of Node gains a new experimental way — assert.CallTracker — to track and verify function calls and the amount of times they occur. Also, require('console').Console now supports different group indentations
Read more at https://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v14.2.0/
npm 6.14.5 Released
Just a couple of minor bug fixes.
Load Testing using Node.js
Today we are going to build a simple Node.js app that will be able to create multiple child processes and request defined URL at the same time. We will also measure response times and count average response time for the declared amount of simultaneous requests.
Read more at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emFT-S8GAOk
Avoiding Memory Leaks in NodeJS: Best Practices for Performance
Memory leaks are something every developer has to eventually face. They are common in most languages, even if the language automatically manages memory for you. Memory leaks can result in problems such as application slowdowns, crashes, high latency, and so on.
Apple’s online-only WWDC 2020 starts June 22
Today, Apple announced that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) for 2020 will kick off on June 22. That's later than usual, and the company had previously let developers and press outlets know that this event will be held exclusively online.
An Introduction To React With Ionic
We’re going to build a mobile application that pulls data from the Marvel Comics API; the data will show Marvel comics and you’ll be able to choose your favorites. At the end, we’ll create a native build of the project on Android.
How to use AWS SimpleDB from Ruby
However, it’s a commonly forgotten AWS service, there’s no admin interface for it in the AWS Console, and you don’t see many tutorials or blog posts talking about it. DynamoDB is considered to have succeeded SimpleDB but is more complex to work with.
Read more at https://tcp.rip/text/useful/simpledb-ruby.md
Contributing to a Gem
So, you've been using a gem for some time and you've either discovered that the gem isn't working correctly or that you want to start contributing to the gem itself. Sometimes this can be an overwhelming task. In this episode, we look at the basic processes for contributing to a gem.
Using PostgreSQL for JSON Storage
Let's imagine a scenario in which you are dealing with JSON in your application and you want to store it in your database.
A Complete Guide to CSS Functions
Like any other programming language, CSS has functions. They can be inserted where you’d place a value, or in some cases, accompanying another value declaration.
Selection in CSS
Selection is a habit formed by computer users many years ago. On the web, we select content for different reasons. Maybe we want to copy a text and quote it somewhere, or maybe coping is just a habit that some users do to make reading easier.
Read more at https://ishadeed.com/article/selection-in-css/
How to Create Pure CSS Games
Common mistakes with React Testing Library
Cockroach Labs Raises $87 Million of New Investment, Capping a Year of Exceptional Growth
We’re proud to mark a new milestone for Cockroach Labs. In a reflection of our continued growth and the overwhelming need for a new database to support cloud-native applications, we’ve closed $87 million in a series D financing round co-led by Altimeter Capital and Bond Capital.
Introducing Scylla Open Source 4.0
With the release of Scylla Open Source 4.0, we’ve introduced a set of noteworthy production-ready new features, including a DynamoDB-compatible API that lets you to take your locked-in DynamoDB workloads and run them anywhere, a more efficient implementation of Lightweight Transactions (LWT), plus improved and new experimental features such as Change Data capture (CDC), which uses standard CQL tables.