Right now, Node.js is the most popular runtime, having been released in 2009. The creator of Node.js released DenoJS in 2018, and this new runtime was meant to fix issues in Node. While we figure out whether Deno will replace Node, it is also … Read more
The Backend Developer is a programmer who creates the logical back-end and core computational logic of a website, software or information system. The main activities usually concern the three functional aspects of the back-end:
Hibernate. It is also able to work on more structured languages such as Ruby and Python.
Database Designing: a Back-end Developer has expertise in database management such as Oracle, MySQL or MongoDB.
Web Tool: is essential to be familiar with SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and REST (Representational State Transfer) for integration with different infrastructures.
In the video below, Iacopo Palletti, CTO at Nephilia, explains how to use Starlette (an ASGI Framework and toolkit) for building asynchronous microservices in Python. Async (asynchronous) programming is not new, but it is a new kid on the block … Read more
Introduction to Cloud-Native Microservices Cloud-native microservices refers to an app design strategy that allows developers to divide their applications into units known as microservices. The microservices are designed to share information and … Read more
What Is Avalanche Avalanche is an open-source platform for developing decentralized applications and enterprise blockchain deployments in a highly scalable, interoperable environment. It is the world's first decentralized innovative contract … Read more
As a web app developer, you have enough on your plate already. But with cybercrime on the rise – with 86% of companies experiencing at least one successful cyberattack in 2021 – it’s become more important than ever to test your own security … Read more
How the banking sector will change thanks to FinTech The banking sector has evolved significantly thanks to FinTech. The sector is still set to experience significant changes due to open architecture, microservices, and other innovations. Here are … Read more
Software vulnerabilities can be devastating to your business. All it takes is one cyber attack or phishing scam to tarnish your reputation, bring your organization to a standstill, and prompt your customers to leave en-masse. After all, consumers … Read more
Why use Dekorate for a Kubernetes manifest? Well, the practice of deploying applications has seen a lot of changes in the relatively short time that computer systems have been part of our daily lives and business operations. One of the latest … Read more
Threat Modeling is a security design process to identify potential threats that may impact web and mobile digital applications and determine the correct controls to produce effective countermeasures. Discover essential steps, concepts, and best … Read more
What exactly is Web3? The term Web3 is used to refer to the Internet’s next stage, which will in theory be characterised by being a decentralised online ecosystem. The idea is that within this ecosystem, users will be owners and therefore will not … Read more
Reactive programming is a design approach that uses asynchronous programming logic to handle real-time adjustments to typically static information. It provides an efficient mechanism — the use of automated data streams — for handling content … Read more
Reducing Code Lines: Less is more? In the past, when the size of a typical storage medium was measured in kilobytes, there was a pressing reason to reduce the lines of code used in a program or game. After all, you can only fit so much data on … Read more
This quick Codemotion guide to Spring offers insights and key concepts for understanding and getting started with this popular framework. A brief story of Spring Today, Spring Framework is a de facto standard. Hundreds of thousands of … Read more
StencilJS is a compiler used to generate highly-optimized web components that are standard-compliant. In this short guide, we're going to see how to use it to create a list or catalogue that can be used, for example, for e-commerce. Before you … Read more
According to Reti (an innovative Italian software development company), .NET, Microservices, Cloud, AI, and CyberSecurity are fundamental skills that will help you participate in some of the most exciting and innovative trends in programming. So … Read more
If you've always thought that the term "lazy" only has a negative meaning, you’re about to find out that this is not the case. This guide, developed with Be Digitech Solutions, analyzes how the “lazy loading” design pattern/technique is a … Read more
Technology and web development are constantly evolving. Right along with it, cybercriminals have become experts at devising new and sophisticated attack methods. Web developers need to understand how these attacks work so they can patch any … Read more
What is TypeScript? TypeScript is a programming language first developed by Microsoft in 2012. Its main ambition is to improve the productivity of developing complex applications. It is an open-source language developed as a superset of … Read more
Reactive programming is not a new idea. Reactive languages that allow for event-driven applications have been around for a long time. These languages are ideal for single-threaded, non-distributed applications. Distributed systems, however, are more … Read more