Comparison of Popular Web Frameworks in Go

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Since its launch, Golang (Google’s Go programming language) has become a powerful and popular option to write APIs and web services. This list compiles the seven most popular web frameworks in Go — statistically speaking.

1. Gin

Gin is an HTTP web framework that features a Martini-like API with much better performance — up to 40 times faster. If you need smashing performance, get yourself some Gin.

How Do I Quickly Implement Filters With HUAWEI Image Kit?

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What’s Image Kit?

In an era of ubiquitous social media and instantly sharable images, photo editing apps have become fixtures on so many user’s phones. HUAWEI Image Kit endows apps with powerful smart editing and scene-specific animation capabilities, offering up to 24 ready-made image rendering effects and design functions.

By integrating the Kit, your app will be equipped to provide the enthralling, and enriching photo editing that today’s users demand.

XinFin vs Ethereum — What’s the Better Alternative?

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XinFin vs Ethereum: learn the difference between these crypto giants and if XinFin is a better Ethereum alternative in this full XinFin vs Ethereum guide.

So, you’ve heard about two of the most popular smart contract blockchains, but want to know which is better in the XinFin vs Ethereum battle? Or maybe you want to find out how the two technologies compare? Well, you’ve come to the right place as I am going to tell you everything you need to know!

The Serious Stack Behind Salesforce Developers — Part 2

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What Is a Salesforce Application Developer?

In my prior post, I raised the question of why traditional developers should consider Salesforce Developer as a career. I also reviewed some aspects of how Salesforce has evolved over the years into a deeply technical developer platform that requires a community of serious developers.

In this post, I’ll focus on what it means to be a Salesforce Business App Developer and look at the capabilities of the platform that require sophisticated development skills to achieve success  with an architecture that is both declarative and programmatic.  

Create CRUD endpoints using Hyperlambda

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Hyper implies web, and lambda implies function – Hence, Hyperlambda translates into "web functions", and this is a fairly accurate description. However, hyper also implies "super fast", and by super fast here, I mean super fast! 1 minute and 45 seconds was what I needed to create CRUD endpoints wrapping my database table, manually creating my endpoints in the following video, while explaining how I did it simultaneously.

According to modern studies in the subject, the number of lines of code your project consists of, is directly proportional to the amount of energy and resources you’ll need to spend maintaining it. Hence, the fewer lines of code, the fewer resources are required to maintain it. In the video above, I copy and paste 50 lines of code, and I end up with 4 HTTP REST CRUD endpoints. Comparing this to C# is arguably unfair. Simply the boiler plate code for my Controller, would probably end up exceeding this number. You can find my code for all endpoints below.

Creating a Cross-Platform Todo Aggregator with Flutter

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Flutter is a UI toolkit from Google (but open source with a strong community) for creating natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop. This places Flutter alongside other cross-platform toolkits and frameworks such as React Native and Xamarin as well as specific native options such as C#, Java/Kotlin, and Objective-C/Swift. Thanks to the increase in the adoption of JavaScript everywhere, the market for cross-platform development toolkits and frameworks has narrowed, but why should any developer consider Flutter for their cross-platform needs. In this article, I look at how to get started with Flutter, and it’s positives, negatives, and pitfalls.

I always find it useful to have an itch you’re trying to scratch when learning a new tool, so I took this opportunity to solve one of mine that Flutter seemed well suited too. As a long-term freelancer, generally working across multiple projects at one time, I use multiple sources of to-dos. For a while, I’ve used a great Chrome extension called Taco that aggregates from a lot of sources, but not all of the ones I use, and I wanted more from it. I’m old fashioned and also like applications and apps as opposed to websites, and would ideally like something that can work offline as much as possible. As far as I could tell, Flutter could fulfill all these needs, and it’s one main negative that I’d still need some form of backend service too, something I only really realized about 3/4 through working on this article. I won’t cover creating an entire application if this scope in this article, but cover creating the basics, and maybe cover later steps in future articles, or you can keep an eye on the project GitHub repo.

MEAN vs LAMP For Your Next Project of Programming

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Choosing the best technology stack has always been tricky for investors. With 82% of issues occurring in the code of the programs, it is imperative to find & use the best one for your next programming project.

MEAN v/s LAMP which one’s the best? Well, the answer cannot get summarized in a single line, but the best thing to say is: It is directly dependent on a series of features of your project.

Discovering Rollbar as a Spring Boot Developer

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Just because we do something one way, doesn’t always mean it is the right way … or even the best way.

As long as I can remember, I’ve included log messages in my code to provide run-time insight into what the code is really doing. From developers running locally all the way to the eyes of a production support engineer, these extra lines of code are meant to help troubleshoot unexpected scenarios.

Test Your Website on All Mobile Devices Using These 10 Tools [Updated]

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CrossBrowserTesting

Say goodbye to all your virtual machines and device laboratories. CrossBrowserTesting is a one-stop solution for all of your testing needs. The tool is quite exhaustive and robust with more than 1,500 real desktop and mobile browsers on its availability list. You can easily execute all of your manual and exploratory test cases on real iOS and Android devices, just like your clients and end-users are going to do. The tool has excellent support for visual testing too and comes equipped with native debugging tools as well.

Functionize

Test your website on any mobile device quickly using the AI-enabled cloud testing solutions by Functionize. The Functionize online testing cloud lets you flawlessly perform visual testing, cross-browser testing, and performance testing along with mobile testing. Use the tool to easily scale from one to many mobile devices. Get access to a large range of Android and iOS versions and smoothly maintain your mobile test cases using their root cause analysis engine. Apart from that, the tool has commendable support for test creation, test maintenance, performance, and analytics.

How to Build a Pokedex React App with a Slash GraphQL Backend

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Frontend developers want interactions with the backends of their web applications to be as painless as possible. Requesting data from the database or making updates to records stored in the database should be simple so that frontend developer can focus on what they do best: creating beautiful and intuitive user interfaces.

GraphQL makes working with databases easy. Rather than relying on backend developers to create specific API endpoints that return pre-selected data fields when querying the database, frontend developers can make simple requests to the backend and retrieve the exact data that they need—no more, no less. This level of flexibility is one reason why GraphQL is so appealing.

Implementing the Repository Pattern Using C# and Entity Developer in ASP.NET Core

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Introduction

The Repository Pattern is one of the most popular design patterns used for abstracting how data is eventually persisted in the database or retrieved from the database. The basic objective of the Repository Pattern is to help you decouple the data access and business logic layers of an application. This article talks about how we can implement the repository pattern in C# and take advantage of Entity Developer to talk to the database.

Why Should We Use an ORM?

An ORM is an acronym for Object Relational Mapper – it is used to map your domain objects to the objects in the relational model. In other words, it is used to map data between incompatible type systems. Entity Developer from Devart is an ORM designer tool that lets you design your data access layer visually. It sits on top of ADO.NET and simplifies the way you work with data.

Best of DZone: Refcardz

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Whether you’re looking for a full-length introduction to a framework, trying to better understand best-practices around your favorite language, or just need a quick reference for pesky syntax you always forget, look no further than the following Refcardz.

Started in 2008, Refcardz have come to be cornerstone of DZone’s content, giving experts and practitioners an opportunity to share all that they know about popular topics in development with our audience. Enjoy!

Web Component Solutions: A Comparison

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“Don’t repeat yourself.” Every programmer has this concept drilled into their head when first learning to code. Any time you have code you find yourself duplicating in several places, it’s time to abstract that code away into a class or a function. But how does this apply to user interfaces? How do you avoid re-writing the same HTML and CSS over and over again?

If you’re using a UI framework like Angular or a UI library like React, the answer is simple: you build a component. Components are bits of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript put together in a way that they can be easily reused.

Top Entity Framework Core Tools and Extensions

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Introduction

Entity Framework is an Object Relational Mapper (ORM) tool from Microsoft that has been an extremely popular ORM tool from the time it was available. It enables developers to create data-centric applications by programming against a conceptual model rather than the relational model thereby solving the impedance mismatch between the way data is represented in the application and how it is actually stored in the database.  

This article discusses the top Entity Framework and Entity Framework Core tools and extensions. The tools and extensions discussed in this article include the following: –

Integrating Twilio Into My SaaS Solution In Heroku

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In the "Using Heroku to Quickly Build a Multi-Tenant SaaS Product" article, I documented the foundation for a new SaaS solution that I am building (initially for my sister-in-law) — utilizing the Heroku ecosystem. At the end of that article, I had planned to write about the core technologies (Spring Boot, Angular 9, ClearDB, Okta, GitLab and Heroku) in place, as we raced for the 1.0.0 release of the solution.

However, things have been moving fast around here, and I largely attribute the speed of development and end-user adoption to everything that Heroku brings to the table for this service. As I have noted before, using Heroku as the destination for my service and GitLab’s built-in CI/CD pipelines — updates that are merged from a feature branch into the master branch of the client or service are automatically deployed into production (Heroku) without any further intervention.

How To Develop And Deploy Micro-Frontends Using Single-Spa Framework

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Micro-frontends are the future of frontend web development. Inspired by microservices, which allow you to break up your backend into smaller pieces, micro-frontends allow you to build, test, and deploy pieces of your frontend app independently of each other. Depending on the micro-frontend framework you choose, you can even have multiple micro-frontend apps — written in React, Angular, Vue, or anything else — coexisting peacefully together in the same larger app!

In this article, we’re going to develop an app composed of micro-frontends using single-spa and deploy it to Heroku. We’ll set up continuous integration using Travis CI. Each CI pipeline will bundle the JavaScript for a micro-frontend app and then upload the resulting build artifacts to AWS S3. Finally, we’ll make an update to one of the micro-frontend apps and see how it can be deployed to production independently of the other micro-frontend apps.

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