Blogs
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How to create multi module NodeJs applications.
  • NodeJs
  • NPM
  • Javascript

Multi module projects are a common norm in jvm applications. Most of the enterprise applications would have it . It has its pros and cons. Let’s look at how we can implement multi module applications in NodeJs and what are its benefits.

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Building an Issue tracker application from scratch
  • Vue.js
  • Cypress.io
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Postgres
  • Heroku

This blog is about how I built an “Issue tracker” application from scratch, the tools and technology I chose (and why) , the steps involved and of course my learnings. Have fun reading.

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Creating Material UI themes in React
  • Javascript
  • React
  • Material UI

ReactJs coupled with Material UI is one of most popular choices to build modern web pages. This blog is about creating reusable components that can be styled differently using Material themes.

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GraphQL using Firebase
  • Firebase
  • GraphQL
  • Serverless

Firebase is comprehensive app development platform that allows you to build your apps at scale. And with servless you can build web scale apps at a fraction of cost, almost free. This blog shows how we can run a GraphQL server on a serverless function.

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Microservices may not be the answer you need
  • Microservices
  • Team

The world of microservices is fascinating. Microservices is the hot thing every team is doing. But at times it may not be the right choice to make. This blog is about some common situations where microservices may not be the answer.

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Is Deno replacement of NodeJs ?
  • DenoJS
  • Javascript

Creator of Nodejs, Ryan Dahl comes up with another framework, DenoJs. This is his attempt to correct some of the decisions that he feels were incorrect in Nodejs. This blog is about the difference that Deno has with Node.

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What is the best IDE for coding?
  • IDE
  • Coding

Modern day IDEs play a huge part in development, including correcting syntaxes, possibile errors and even bugs. But do we have to be dependent on IDEs ?