The performance of an Application can be good or bad depending on the quality of code. In React, The Profiler API helps in measuring the performance of a component and enhancing it.
The Profiler API for DevTools first got shipped in the 16.5 React version. It helps developers find difficulties in your web application. In 16.9 version, the React team has gone a step further to enhance the API.
Today we will learn how we can deploy a Node.js application to AWS Lambda with the help of Serverless Framework. We will combine AWS API Gateway with AWS Lambda, which will work as the entry point of the Lambda function.
AWS Lambda is a pay-per-use serverless service. You just deploy your code to AWS, and they handle the rest. It scales the node server automatically and has no downtime. AWS Lambda can be said as, Function as a Service. You deploy the code, and it gets invoked when called, processes, and returns.
The ability to send emails to either the users of your application or to yourself is a very nice feature to have in your web application. This blog post will demonstrate how to incorporate the sending of emails to users when they create a new account. how to confirm users’ email address.
This is in continuation of my previous article for Todo App API. In this post we will some more advanced features to our todo app and improve our python skills
In previous blogs we saw about the basic syntax of python and after that we setup our first app on flask.
In this blog we will see some of the most useful and frequency used functions of nodejs api.
In this blog post, will see few examples of using NodeJS EC2 API.