Subject

Web

What is the Jamstack and What Can It Do for You?

The Jamstack is more of an architecture or methodology for building web applications than a prescriptive stack of technologies. Jamstack was formed in response to dynamic web page development that many felt had become cumbersome, slow and insecure. The Jamstack architecture offers a number of benefits including page speed, security and cost.

What Are Web APIs?

From Developing Microservice APIs with Python by Jose Haro Peralta

In this article we will explain what web APIs are. You will learn that a web API is a specific instance of the more general concept of Application Programming Interface (API). It is important to understand that an API is just a layer on top of an application, and that there are many different types of interfaces.

Learn to Implement Cyber Security

From Making Sense of Cyber Security by Thomas Kranz

The definitive guide to the Jamstack

From The Jamstack Book by Raymond Camden and Brian Rinaldi

Building Reusable UI Components and Web Frontends in C#

From Blazor in Action by Chris Sainty

Working with Dockerfile

From Learn Docker in a Month of Lunches by Elton Stoneman

This article delves into Dockerfile and how it works.

Web Development Simplified

From Svelte and Sapper in Action by Mark Volkmann

Dynamic Linking: a crash course

From WebAssembly in Action by C. Gerard Gallant

This article covers

§ How dynamic linking works for WebAssembly modules

§ Why you might want to use dynamic linking and why you might not

§ How to create WebAssembly modules as main or side modules

§ What the different options are for dynamic linking and how to use each approach

 

Server-Rendered Web Apps with React and Next.js

From Next.js in Action by Adam Boduch

Microservice Principles for Frontend Development

 From Micro Frontends in Action by Michael Geers

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