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Construct and structure a Go GraphQL API

Vincent Composieux

GraphQL was released 2 years ago and applications that use it are still rare. However, this implementation proposed by Facebook offers many possibilities that are not available in REST APIs.

Is AMP the web 3.0

Jonathan Jalouzot

Google, the undisputed leader in web services (search, pub, analytics ...), has been offering for over a year a new way of displaying your pages, called the AMP project

Upload file with AJAX

Thierry Thuon

Today, I would like to share with you a feature often requested in an application: uploading a file.

HTTP/2 is not future. It's present.

Vincent Composieux

Remember, in may 1996, the very first HTTP protocol version (HTTP/1.0) was born. This protocol is described as a RFC 1945.

CQRS Pattern

Romain Pierlot

CQRS, which means Command Query Responsibility Segregation, comes from CQS (Command Query Separation) introduced by Bertrand Meyer in Object Oriented Software Construction. Meyer states that every method should be either a query or a command.

Consul: Service Discovery and Failure Detection

Vincent Composieux

Introduction

Consul is a product developed in Go language by the HashiCorp company and was born in 2013.

Redux: Structure your frontend applications

Vincent Composieux

Javascript ecosystem is really rich: full of developers but also full of frameworks and libraries.

Dive into mobile development: where to start

Ilan Benichou

These days more than ever before mobile applications have become essential in the lives of millions of people. If you are reading this article, it means that you too are interested in this subject. I'll try to make a series of articles to share with you as much as I can on it.

Understanding SSL/TLS: Part 1 - What is it?

Ilan Benichou

You’ve certainly heard about SSL or TLS protocols. We’re going to see what it’s all about together.

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