In this post, I’ll explain what NextJS is, and how you can use it to build a server-rendered React web application and deploy it to production.
In this tutorial, I’ll talk about how I set up Kafka to provide website analytics and event tracking for a web application. For my use case, I wanted to store and process raw event data in real-time. With Google Analytics, you can’t do that. Enter Kafka.
Update (Mar.29, 2018): I now recommend using NextJS to build server-rendered React applications. Read more about it here. This tutorial will explain the simplest way I have found to server render React components, fetch data, and share component state and props between server and client. You don’t need anything complicated. It’s actually very easy and […]
Every web application in the world that maintains user data has to deal with sessions. As developers, we need to know what they are and how to use them. This post explains how sessions work in Express.
Six quick tips which will help you build more maintainable CRUD-based APIs.