Purpose-Driven Microservice Design – DZone Web Dev

Buzzwords aren’t something I expected when I started my career. In those days, most of the technology news arrived in paper-based weekly publications like InformationWeek and Network World. I remember thinking to myself, “Man, they are using these same words over and over again each week.” That translated to people using buzzwords … all the … Read more

Which Backend Frameworks Are Impacting Web App Dev

Developing a successful web application is more like a group task. Deciding on the web development framework, programming languages, and efforts of the whole software development team bring to life an amazing project. To keep up with the ever-rising standards of businesses, the web and app development frameworks are becoming more complex and advanced. As … Read more

Progressive Web Apps vs Native Apps

It’s working great! People can easily access our services from multiple devices; what more do we need?’ said every person who, at one point in time, was asked if a mobile application is necessary for their existing web application. What comes next after your responsive website? What Is a Responsive Web Application? A responsive web … Read more

amazon web services – Calling AWS Lambda via api gateway on localstack doesn’t work as expected

Hi I have downloaded the most basic java lambda example package helloworld; import java.io.BufferedReader; import java.io.IOException; import java.io.InputStreamReader; import java.net.URL; import java.util.HashMap; import java.util.Map; import java.util.stream.Collectors; import com.amazonaws.services.lambda.runtime.Context; import com.amazonaws.services.lambda.runtime.RequestHandler; import com.amazonaws.services.lambda.runtime.events.APIGatewayProxyRequestEvent; import com.amazonaws.services.lambda.runtime.events.APIGatewayProxyResponseEvent; /** * Handler for requests to Lambda function. */ public class App implements RequestHandler<APIGatewayProxyRequestEvent, APIGatewayProxyResponseEvent> { public APIGatewayProxyResponseEvent handleRequest(final APIGatewayProxyRequestEvent input, … Read more

MACH Architecture Explained – DZone Web Dev

Lately, the digital ecosystem has been highly platform-centric. For a majority of organizations, it looks something like this – A monolith application at the center serves all the different touchpoints and integrates with several back-end and third-party systems for additional functionalities. The whole ecosystem is often seen as a single-tier solution whose components share the … Read more

amazon web services – 502 Bad Gateway nginx/1.20.0 Error when Deploying Django app using AWS Elastic Beanstalk

I was following closely following AWS’s documentation on how to deploy Django apps using Elastic Beanstalk until I received a 502 Bad Gateway nginx/1.20.0 Error when opening my app. From there, I followed a couple of solutions offered by users that suffered similar problems. Specifically, I added a Procfile and went about editing how my … Read more

Programming Habits a Web Developer Should Embrace

Technology evolves. And programmers who don’t grow professionally get left behind. Naturally, they must have the hard technical skills required of a programmer, such as the languages ​​involved. But having a firm grasp of data structures and algorithms and web development is just the minimum. Standing out from the competition takes a lot more, including … Read more

Should You Use AsyncIO for Your Next Python Web Application?

Python’s AsyncIO web ecosystem continues to mature, but should you build your next production application with one of these shiny new frameworks such as FastAPI, Starlette, or Quart? Table of Contents A Brief History of Python Web Server Interfaces Prior to PEP 333, Python web application frameworks, such as Zope, Quixote, and Twisted Web would … Read more

Building a Full Stack Web App: Your Starting Boost | by Chloé Lagrue | Jun, 2022

First steps to implementing and releasing your app in Python Calliope Gets Wifi, a web app I built with Flask (image by author) Chances are, building a website* isn’t as hard as you think. The span of technologies and concepts you need to cover is quite large, but if you’ve got some Python under your … Read more