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New API development solution

New API development solution

Standard Library is the fastest way to build, ship, host, document, scale and integrate with APIs without the headache of managing infrastructure and complicated toolchains. See how our serverless platform is changing software development — from internal tools to external developer APIs. Code.xyz Code.xyz is an online code editor. It was carefully hand-crafted to power API development: specialized for webhooks, workflow automation tasks, and, of course, general API design tooling. You can think of it almost like the Google Docs for…

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Building a Serverless Web App on AWS Services

Building a Serverless Web App on AWS Services

Introduction In this tutorial, you’ll learn to build a simple web application using the following AWS Services: AWS DynamoDB as the database AWS Lambda to create functions that will read and write from/to the database AWS API Gateway to create the REST API that the web application will use AWS S3 to host the web application AWS CloudFront to deliver the web application from a location near to the user’s location. Here’s the architecture diagram: For the lambda functions, we will use a Node.js runtime…

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Intro to GraphQL

Intro to GraphQL

Welcome to MERN full-stack tutorial series with GraphQL! By the end of this course, we’re going to build a chat SPA with a Node.js server using Express.js, MongoDB database engine, React.js front-end, and GraphQL API back-end. We will also architecture our GraphQL web service with Apollo Server and Apollo Client v2, and will implement routing with React Router v4. Developed by Facebook in 2012, GraphQL is a query language and a server runtime for APIs. It is backed up by…

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AWS Lambda Go vs. Node.js performance benchmark

AWS Lambda Go vs. Node.js performance benchmark

AWS Lambda Go vs. Node.js performance benchmark: updated 🔥 AWS Lambda Go vs. Node.js performance benchmark: updated 🔥 Just this week AWS announced the release of Go for their Lambda service. Source: hackernoon.com/aws-lambda-go-vs-node-js-performance-benchmark-1c8898341982 Test Code: S3 and Dynamo interaction As mentioned in the comments, the Fibonacci sequence is nice as a starter but doesn’t really represent a real world scenario. So I whipped up an extra example. This Lambda function Grabs a ~50kb image from S3. Writes its LastModified timestamp…

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