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Making an API request billing framework

Its fairly common for a developer to build and API, its also hopefully common for them to add authentication to that API, but what about throttling, billing, permissions and charging for an API… enter my guide. Hopefully you find it… Continue Reading →

Jquery .mousedown() / trigger(‘mousedown’) not triggering the mouse down listener.

Why does lines and 7 and 8 not work, but lines 10-12 do?… mystery for now, but hopefully the code block above helps you get past the issue.

Installing brain.js

If you get an error like “Install Error: Can’t find Python executable”, you may need to install windows build tools, the command to run is npm –add-python-to-path=’true’ –debug install –global windows-build-tools You may then hit some issues with TSLint and… Continue Reading →

graphQL cache

There are a few schools of thought on this graphQL as an api gateway, meaning you can leaverage the restful http cache… but you have to build a restful api too cache at the resolver level, which could be done… Continue Reading →

GraphQL basics

This is my introduction to graphQL, and at the moment just a dump of working code

React and Bootstrap guide and tips

work well together although really you don’t want to use bootstrap javascript as thats changing the dom which you want to leave to react, Reactstrap – suggested react-bootstrap – with care as stuff like the navbar toggler doesnt work without… Continue Reading →

Node, Express, Websockets, React, Redux = Magic

Guide on web sockets in React and Redux

Monolithic Vs Microservices Architecture: Where to start?

I’m sure you’ve read at least five articles titled: the Monolithic Vs Micro services architecture… and if this is your first one, then I’d probably suggest first watching Mastering Chaos – A Netflix Guide to Microservices to get a good… Continue Reading →

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Get free SSL’s with ‘Let’s Encrypt’

So this Post comes from finding out some people I know are still paying good money for SSL certificates Just to be clear, it takes about 2-5 minutes and is entirely free with an auto renew feature. I’d say a… Continue Reading →

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