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  • Routes handling with Apex and AWS LambdaReq

    March 29, 2017

    Deploying Lambda functions with Apex is fairly easy. Following their one page guide will set you up and running on Lambda in minutes. More than that, there a bunch of code examples available that will help you set up a proper Javascript environment for your functions.

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  • Contact form with Lambda and SES

    March 14, 2017

    AWS Lambda functions are extremely efficient at handling small, focused tasks. If you manage to break your entire application in small services then you don’t have to bother maintaining and scaling virtual instances. Having a couple of functions that run on-demand is a lot cheaper than paying for a EC2 instance that has to run indefinitely.

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  • Impressions from Node Interactive

    October 3, 2016

    Organised in the city center of Amsterdam, Node Interactive was the first official Node conference I went to. The location couldn’t get better than that. Amsterdam is inspiring! The event lasted for four days and hosted lots of big names from the NodeJS community. The first two days were dedicated to presentations, panels and small workshops. In fact, there were so many presenters speaking on two tracks that the talks lasted only 20 minutes each. It was tough to go too much into details in such a small amount of time. However, mostly all the key topics regarding Node were covered. …

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  • Ionic or React Native?

    September 24, 2016

    As usual, there is no easy answer to this kind of questions. Both of them will help you deliver a great mobile app in a small amount of time if you have a strong knowledge of JavaScript. Your app will run smoothly on iOS and Android and you don’t need to learn native dev with ObjectiveC, Swift or Java. Actually, 90% of the mobile apps can be hybrids I guess, at least that’s an easy win for me. …

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