This article shows how Passport, Node.js, Express, and MongoDB can be used to implement local authentication.
If you ever worked with an AJAX call, you are probably familiar with the following error displayed in browser console:
Those of you upgrading npm to its latest version, email@example.com, might notice that it installs a new binary alongside the usual npm: npx.
Learn how to easily implement authentication in your Vue.js application. You will learn how to handle unauthenticated API calls, have auto authentication, have restricted routes access and more.
HTML 5.2 has introduced a new dialog element for native modal dialog boxes. At first glance, it seems fairly straightforward (and it is), but as I’ve been playing around with it, I’ve found it
In this article we see how to use Spark Streaming from Python to process data from Kafka. Jupyter Notebooks are used to make the prototype code available.
This series on microservices architecture design patterns kicks off with the characteristics of one of the most popular and essential patterns- the API gateway.
Frontend developers utilize a variety of tools. Discussion of these tools and arguing which one is the best will easily grow in a holy war, as every developer has his own preferences in terms of methods of working and using programming languages. That is why the wisest decision one can make is to
Explore different message brokers, and discover how these important web technologies impact a customer's backlog of messages, and cluster/data performance.
With containers gaining the attention of enterprises, the focus is slowly shifting to container orchestration.
Learn how 4financeIT is planning to do their microservice deployments using Jenkins, GitHub, and Nexus.
Learn why open source technologies are so important to microservices, how containers are involved, and how to orchestrate new and existing microservices apps.
Learn the pros and cons of the different technologies you can choose for inter-process communication in your microservices-based application
The definitive intro to RAML - the RESTful API Modeling Language - a vendor-neutral, open-specification language built on YAML 1.2 and JSON for describing RESTful APIs.