I recently had the opportunity to deploy a MongoDB server on Amazon Web Services (AWS). In order to limit the problems of crash and data loss, it is also replicated with two other servers, ideally in a different geographical area to ensure high availability.
Most of the front-end applications using React that I've been able to work on are browser-based (client-side) applications.
This blog post follows a workshop / live-coding session I organized at Eleven Labs for an initiation to Go language.
GraphQL was released 2 years ago and applications that use it are still rare.
Remember, in `may 1996`, the very first HTTP protocol version (HTTP/1.0) was born.
Redux: Structure your frontend applications