GraphQL is a flexible, strongly-typed query language. It's useful because it gives front-end developers the ability to query the database without many changes to the back-end. In this article, David Sanchez shows us how to design and build our own GraphQL APIs in Rails.
Typically, every project that you do will have its own git repository. This approach can be cumbersome when those projects are closely tied. Monorepos promise a more convenient alternative. In this article, Saiharsha Balasubramaniam shows how to set up and manage a monorepo for a JS project using Yarn Workspaces and Lerna.
Turbolinks is no longer being developed. It's been superceeded by Turbo, which is part of Hotwire. In this article, Julio Sampaio shows us how to port our existing Turbolinks apps to Turbo.
In the third and final article of our series on the OWASP Top 10 Web Application Security Risks, we’ll explore the lesser-known risks associated with the development of web applications on Rails when it comes to threats involving security misconfiguration, JSON escaping, etc.
Caching is a common technique for making your applications faster. It lets you avoid slow operations by reusing previous results. In this article, Ayo Isaiah walks us through the different options for caching in NodeJS applications.
Kubernetes is a popular way to deploy web services and applications using containers. In this, the second of a two-part series, Geshan finishes his step-by-step tutorial for getting up and running with Rails and k8s.
FastAPI is a high-performance web framework for building APIs with Python that has been growing in popularity. In this article, Stefano Frassetto shows us how to set up error monitoring for a FastAPI app using Honeybadger.
AWS Lambda lets you run your code without worrying about the nuts and bolts of server management or scaling. You might even say it's "serverless." In this article, Jeffrey Morhous shows us how to get started writing Lambda functions in Ruby.