Posts Tagged "Back-End"

ASP.NET Core Features in .NET 7

It is no news that Microsoft is working very hard on improving and bringing new features to the .NET framework or to its C# programming language. This time Microsoft is targeting web development and is focusing on ASP.NET Core, which will apparently come

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What’s new in Node.js 18

Node.js 18.0 is released by the Node.js community. The most wonderful news is that in October 2022, this version will be elevated to long-term support (LTS). The codename for the release will be ‘Hydrogen’ once it is promoted to long-term

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Laravel 9: a deep dive into the latest major release

This transition is intended to ease the maintenance burden on the community and challenge our development team to ship amazing, powerful new features without introducing breaking changes. Therefore, we have shipped a variety of robust features to Laravel 8 without

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How to build a plugin system with Node.js

If you’re building a minimalist product, but want to add an extra level of customisation or expansion, then plugins are a great way to enable that. They allow each instance to be customised with additional code that anyone can create.

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Laravel Forge CLI

Laravel Forge launched their first official command-line tool that gives you a nice set of commands to manage your Forge servers, sites, and more. The first release (v1.0) of the Forge CLI contains around thirty commands, including initiating deployments, viewing

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The most useful Frontend coding tips and Database concepts

Frontend development is very important these days. There are a lot of tasks that a frontend developer has to do on a daily basis. As front-end developers, we write a lot of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code all the time.

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Find N+1 problems instantly by disabling lazy loading

In the next release of Laravel 8, you can strictly disable lazy loading entirely, resulting in an exception: Preventing lazy loading in development can help you catch N+1 bugs earlier on in the development process. The Laravel ecosystem has various

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What is Application Performance Monitoring (APM)?

Application Performance Monitoring (APM), as the name suggests, is the process of monitoring the performance of the many aspects of your application. When an end-user logs into your application, for even just one web page to load on their device,

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Node.js 16 available now

We are excited to announce the release of Node.js 16 today! Highlights include the update of the V8 JavaScript engine to 9.0, prebuilt Apple Silicon binaries, and additional stable APIs. You can download the latest release from https://nodejs.org/en/download/current/, or use

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Golang Vs. Node.js – respective Strengths and Weaknesses

In this blog, we’ll make a comparative analysis of Golang vs. Node.js for backend web development. Now, we want to understand whether the switch from a traditional Node.js to the popular Golang is sensible or not. That’s why we would

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