Compiling a language to C means that you can call it from a large set of programming languages, including Go, Java, Python and Node.js. But when should we do it? And how?
Building high quality REST and GraphQL APIs is hard. But there's an easy way to get started in a few minutes.
WebSockets and Socket.IO are probably two of the most popular solutions for implementing real-time communications in the modern web. But how do they differ?
Some thoughts about the "how would you recommend to begin with FP?" question after my speech at Codemotion 2019 in Milan.
A Monoid is a set that is closed under an associative binary operation and has an identity element. Wait, what? Let's explain this to the 10 years old me!
Let's take control of any exception that occurs in your program. Let's understand what the heck is an Either Monad!
Let's build a real world application based on Node.js, ElasticSearch and Docker.
Write a compiler for a programming language which has only eight commands. It will be fun, I promise!
Don't get scared by RegEx! They are easier than you think!
Writing a functional Blockchain from scratch has never been so easy.
Lenses: just functional getters and setters or powerful abstractions around our state?
Let’s write an image resizer triggered by Firebase Storage with Google Cloud Functions
Writing a serverless Express.js REST API in Firebase Cloud Functions
Writing an high performances multithreaded program with the newest “worker_threads” module
Create beautiful images from plain HTML/CSS or using React, Vue, Angular with Puppeteer
The definitive guide about testing, publishing and setting up Continuous Integration for a TypeScript library in a matter of minutes
Destructuring objects and arrays with an amazing EcmaScript 2015 feature
Run Node.js inside a Docker container and avoid the famous “works on my machine” excuse!
Creating a GraphQL server has never been so easy, thanks to Express and Node.js
Do you remember the good old times where all you needed to do was to write some good CSS and HTML? It’s all dead. And that’s awesome!
The “Fizz-Buzz test” is an interview question designed to help filter out the 99.5% of programming job candidates
Access deeply nested properties just like in Groovy, Ruby, Swift, CoffeeScript and other great languages!
Reducing an array of values to a single output using Reduce and ReduceRight methods