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.
If you have used Bedrock, you have probably set up user authentication for your web application. If you haven’t, check out how to do that in this post. However, you may have seen that the Reset Password flow is broken. What’s up with that, you wonder? Well, first let’s take a look at what the […]
Learn about how you can make database changes when your app is in production without causing breaking changes for your active users.
At SoundHound, our front-end stack is heavily composed of React Components. About 8 months ago, we naturally began experimenting with Flux implementations as well since the two work well together. We started with the generic Flux implementation, then moved to Reflux, and finally settled on NuclearJS. This post will explain some of our rationale behind what NuclearJS is, […]