Tag: Backend

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| General | September 23, 2021
Building Nest.js Microservices is that simple!

Nest.js is a progressive Node.js framework for building efficient, reliable, and scalable server-side applications. This definition, although very accurate, doesn’t indicate when to use Nest.js in the next project. Want to build Nest.js microservices? I’ll try to throw some light on that issue. Nest.js can be seen as Angular on the backend (as one of […]

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| General | September 9, 2021
Continuous performance checks in Nuxt.js with Lighthouse CI and Github Actions

Performance optimization is an area of software development that you will most probably meet at some point in your professional career. In this tutorial, I won’t be talking about how you can improve the performance of your Vue.js or Nuxt.js applications – it is explained very well in the tutorial series written by our man […]

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| Technical | November 16, 2020
From Vue to Nuxt: Server-side rendering in a nutshell

Going through the implementation of basic server-side rendering. Building front-end apps is no longer limited to taking care of what is happening only in the browser. We need to dig into the server-side as well if we want to provide reliable software. A couple of years ago, when the single-page apps were born, we moved […]

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| General | October 19, 2020
How to make sales more personal with Vue Storefront?

The stats revealed that adding personalization may increase sales by an average of 19% across the board, and there is no need to prove that consumers’ birthdays are one of the most personal and pleasantly surprising ways to show them that you care. Having said that, I will show you how to add the “Date […]

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| General | June 26, 2020
Payment Request API — Giving Users The Final Push At Sales Funnel

Generally, users have to go through a lot while they are dealing with any online business— be it through native apps or Progressive Web Apps. Native apps find it really hard in driving traffic— but whatever they do— they have a reasonable conversion rate. On the other hand— web apps have more online footfall, but […]

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| Technical | February 6, 2018
Progressive Web App strategies — Strangler Pattern

Here’s the first post in the series showing how Progressive Web Apps and microservices architecture can be introduced to your existing applications. As systems age, the development tools and system architectures they were built on can become increasingly obsolete. As new features and functionality are added, the complexity of these applications can increase dramatically, making […]

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