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Why I chose F# for our AWS Lambda project

The dilemma I wanted to create a simple Lambda function to be able to track how our users use the website and the web application without a 3rd party and a ton of external dependencies, especially avoiding 3rd party Javascript and leaking out data to mass surveillance companies. The easiest way is to use a simple tracking 1x1 pixel or beacon that collects just the right amount of information (strictly non-PII). This gives us...

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How to Speed Up Angular Tests

Subscribe to my email list now at http://jauyeung.net/subscribe/ Follow me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/AuMayeung Many more articles at https://medium.com/@hohanga By default, Angular tests run very slowly because a lot of dependencies are injected and components being tested are reloaded when each test is run. As a result, you get tests that take 30 minutes or more to run. It is bad enough that an issue is opened on GitHub...

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Why I moved from React to Svelte and others will follow

This post first appeared on www.mikenikles.com. Photo by Aryan Singh on Unsplash React was my go-to choice for many years On October 14, 2015, I hosted the inaugural React Vancouver meetup. It was at a point were I had used React for the better part of the year and wanted to bring like-minded developers together. React back then was, dare I say it, revolutionary in the web frontend world. Compared to the alternatives such...

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Building a Firebase CRUD Service for Angular

Anyone who knows me, knows I 😍😍 Firebase. It could be considered unhealthy 😂. Despite my love for it, I have had my fair share of disagreements with it. The biggest one that comes to mind relates to Firestore. NOTE: This article assumes you have a basic knowledge of how Firestore works. (docs) This article will contain: 🤔 The Problem - Something that annoyed me 💪 My Solution - A brief overview 🤩 LET'S BUILD!...