In our blog, we pay a lot of attention to Node.js. This time we would like to recommend to read the checklist of 23 Node.js. security best practices that were collected from all top-ranked articles around the globe.
Welcome to 2019! The new year has just started but promises to be as awesome as can be. Particularly because we have some great new open source Rails repositories aimed to make your life better and happier. In this monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories from the 9th of January 2019 we’ll explore… embedded Ruby ‘exception reporting service’, Rails app configuration manager, Ruby Serverless Framework, a tool for coordinating the execution of security scanners and many other neat Rails GitHub open source projects!
Two days ago you could find the post about JWT on our blog. We hope it helped you to understand the nature of application tokens. But for today, the special tool was found! Jaxon is a JSON parser with streaming support for Elixir.
Last time we asked you to rethink frontend testing. That could help you create maintainable web apps easier! Now we found last year’s frontend developer handbook, a guide on frontend development. It might be used as a useful recap, but at the same time, this edition might be actual as never at the beginning of 2019!
More than a month passed since our last Rails digest. And there is no particular need to create it more often, because even the most accurate selection needs time to separate the wheat from the chaff. But today we can definitely share with you this mature monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories digest! Here you will find management platforms, authentication for Rails, gems, web servers, emailing management services, HTTP Servers for Ruby and many more neat open source GitHub repositories!
Recently we made a post with Google Cloud and AWS comparison. But we promised to include there Microsoft Azure. While we’re still working on that you might enjoy the example of creating a serverless API using Microsoft Azure. What if you want or need to make your own API? Serverless can help create a nice one for data you’d like to expose for use. Here we’ll be able to create an API in a few button clicks, with minor modifications.
Despite this digest is called ‘weekly’, we assume that it is now rather ‘monthly’ issue of the most popular GitHub Rails open source projects. But such a period of time gives us an opportunity to select really great repositories and evaluate them to include here. And today, in still so-called ‘Weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories’, on September 24, we’ll show high-performance implementation Ruby, Graphql-ruby, geocoding solution for Ruby, open-source testing framework, JSON:API serializer for Ruby Objects and many more cool projects!
Sometimes you think that there’s no time to read all of your updates and important news. The developers’ world is so dynamic that you would hardly ever reach the end of your newsfeed. But you can peck some of the most important stuff from our weekly ‘Syndicode Digest #68 – Vegan pecks’! We did all the hard work for you! For instance, you should know that Firefox 62 added support for Variable Fonts, or that Visual Studio Code released a new version this August, with Settings editor UI and Custom menu bar… Let’s move to the main part!
We’ve already introduced you with a NuxtDoc that you use for creating documentation. Nuxt’s very opinionated when it comes to code structure. Its conventions can save you a lot of time making decisions. And now it’s time to tell a little bit more about main features that can simplify your common code patterns, so here we gathered 7 tips to manage your large Nuxt codebases.