A while ago, I wrote a tutorial about deploying your static web project on nginx using Docker. Today, we’ll go a bit further, and see how we can monitor what’s happening on nginx, by using Prometheus and Grafana.
That Spring allows you to easily develop REST APIs, is probably something we all know by now. With MockMvc and MockRestServiceServer, the same can be said to testing those REST APIs and clients. If you didn’t know this, then you’re at the right place to learn about it, as we’ll explore those options today!
Last time, we’ve seen how we can set up a simple web project using Babel and Webpack. More precisely, we’ve seen how we can both run and build the application.In this article, we’ll see how we can containerize such a project using Docker.
When starting a new web project, you often use some libraries. Nowadays, these libraries usually come with tools to scaffold your project. However, in certain cases you don’t want to rely on these libraries. For that reason, we’ll demonstrate how you can set up your own project with Webpack and Babel.
Monitoring is an essential aspect to the maintainability of applications, it’s no surprise that there are many platforms out there that allow you to properly monitor your applications. Usually, monitoring platforms work by using a time series database, which is a database optimised for time-based information, such as application metrics. Then on the other hand […]
About two years ago, I wrote a blogpost about containerizing your Spring boot application with Docker. However, some things have changed, and within this tutorial I’ll give you a more up-to-date take to containerizing your Spring boot applications.
In my previous tutorial, I’ve set up a Spring boot application that allows WebSocket communication rather than serving a traditional REST API. Today, we’re going to find out how to communicate to that backend using Angular.
A few years ago, I wrote an article about using WebSockets with Spring and AngularJS. However, the technologies have evolved over the years. That’s why I decided to write some up-to-date follow-up articles using the latest version of Spring boot and the latest version of the Angular framework. In this first follow-up article, I’m going […]
After checking out AVA and tape, it’s time to check out Jest. Jest is a testing framework developed by Facebook, and is often used to test React applications. However, it isn’t limited to just React, so let’s explore the features it has by testing a small Node.js application!
Last time, I tested a simple Node.js application I wrote with AVA. While my initial experience with AVA was great, it’s probably still worth it to compare it with other testing frameworks. Another testing framework I seem to hear a lot about is tape. One of the main advantages of tape is that it produces […]