In the first part of this series we introduced the basics of JHipster – we scaffolded a basic monolithic Java/Angular application and used JHipster’s command line options to generate some entities, services, and web modules for creating, retrieving, updating and deleting those entities.Continue reading
Putting together and bootstrapping a solid application complete with all the building blocks can be quite an undertaking at the best of times, we have to consider so many things-for example:Continue reading
Amazon AWS added a new member to it’s family of database services – DocumentDB. Following the huge success of AuroraDB, a MySQL and PostgreSQL-compatible relational database built for the cloud, AWS is now launching DocumentDB, a database service that implements the MongoDB API.
As most of us know by now, Serverless computing allows us to build and run applications and services without thinking about servers. Serverless applications don’t require us to provision, scale, and manage any servers.
We can build them for nearly any type of application or backend service, and everything required to run and scale our application with high availability is handled for us. Continue reading
Over the past several months, we’ve had a number of developers join our team in New York and Ukraine, but we’re constantly growing and we are still looking for more! Continue reading
On May 2 Lev Gimelfarb, Boyle Software’s VP of Research and Development, gave an overview of our Node.js-based framework x2node and provided a demo of it in action during his excellent Tech Talk at Boyle Software’s NYC Headquarters.
Guests learned about the capabilities of this complete, lightweight, and ready framework which was initially released last year.
It certainly took me a while to get used to things – wrapping my head around the whole non-blocking nature of the Node runtime and how it uses a single thread to process requests – and how important it was that I definitely do not block that thread! Continue reading
- dealing with a whole bunch of endpoints in a typical application
- performing multiple roundtrips to the server for multiple resources in order to get data for a single page of the UI
- getting the request parameters right
- dealing with api versions – coupling between the client and the responses from the server
- over-fetching of information that is not needed