In the end of September (24') IT-Minds will he hosting a workshop To the moon with ApolloGraphQL. In this workshop we will be building a webshop for Watto who is a known slavetrader based out of tatooine.
Why a new language?
A compiled language has many benefits. One of them being able to control the output.
Prisma2 is a ORM/Database Migration tool which creates a GraphQL api from your server to your database.
This blog will cover some of the concepts of Prisma2, but it will not be a "getting started" tutorial, for this refer to Prisma's own documentation: Getting started
A traditional NodeJS and Express backend is quite simple to certain extent. You have a RouteHandler and some functions which returns some data upon request. While Node servers are simple, we are often afraid to open an old project during either maintenance or updating these projects.
Higher-Order Components (HOCs) in React is a way of introducing reusability for component logic to stay DRY. Sounds good so let's just get started using using HOCs. Now wait a minute, before you start to introduce HOCs in your app there are some downsides to all this generic goodness.
Gatsby is a headless CMS framework. Gatsby compiles to a static site, meaning that it can be hosted on a static file server or CDN. This is great, because there is no limits on traffic.
Going from Linux to Windows is not easy. When it came to work, nothing could beat the power of the command line and my legendary homemade vim config.
Sapper is the full developer experience when is comes to Svelte. As you may not know, Svelte is a “new” front-end framework/compiler that aims to compile itself away. This is only meant as an introduction to Sapper and Svelte, and why I think it is a cool new tech.
Hvilke kode- og forretningsmæssige fordele er der ved React Native? Og performer det godt nok sammenlignet med Native? Det var nogle af de spørgsmål, jeg forsøgte at besvare, da jeg for noget tid siden holdte oplæg om React Native. Et par af pointerne herfra vil jeg nu dele med dig her.