As a frontend developer you might think - why would I even care about servers? 🤔 See how empowering serverless can be.
Learn how and why to use serverless and micro-services architecture in your web app.
In this talk, Yan will discuss the strategies he employed in migrating a social network, Yubl, from a monolith to serverless.
Insights into Smashing Magazine’s Relaunch — with decisions made, failures, successes and lessons learned along the way.
An update on the evolving tools, potential, ecosystem, and community associated with the JAMstack.
Serverless is a backend thing, but it gives superpowers to frontend developers. This talk is about serverless and the ways you can benefit it as an FE developer.
Learn about Rust, WebAssembly, serverless technologies, and how it all fits together.
We moved our application from the cluster module to PM2 & RabbitMQ. This talk will cover the Why/What/How we made this migration.
When building apps, we focus on minimizing costs, time to market, bugs, bundle size, application speed, SEO, but we spend almost no effort trying to minimize the damage our applications are making to the environment.
One of the latest developments in the past couple of years has been the advent of Serverless + GraphQL which allows you to run applications in very cost effective ephemeral services.
How serverless empowers frontend teams to get so much done without needing a backend specialist and enables teams to move super fast.
What can we do to lower the feedback loop and make it easier to create beautiful websites and apps?
If you are building an SPA, you can take advantage of optimizations that give you epic scalability, with super low latencies at a fraction of the cost.
What is Serverless, how it works and why are people talking about it? But most important of all, how and why Serverless can be important for you?
Reasons for using BFF (Backend For Frontend) pattern in large-scale enterprise development, and choosing Node.js as the ideal tool in this area.
What if it was possible to build backend features for our react apps in the same way that we use redux in our react apps?