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Previous Serverless Version 0.5.x
Triggering AWS Lambda with SNS Messaging
3 projects | dev.to | 11 Jan 2022
Build the API with the Serverless Framework
What do you like/dislike about AWS services? What are the most common problems?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/aws | 21 Dec 2021
Building on top of it requires some knowledge but for me it has been worth it. I use serverless.com to manage all the infrastructure as a CF template. This has the benefit that I can deploy multiple test environments at will. I'm also using seed.run to do all the CI/CD ( also for free ) and doing all the monitoring with lumigo.io . And I build single pages applications that use Netlify.com to handle at that part. I do it to avoid less things to manage on AWS directly when the service is free (again) and really easy to use.
I built a cli tool to bundle+archive+upload nodejs AWS lambda functions (using esbuild)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 15 Dec 2021
Where do you host your Nodejs app?
1 project | reddit.com/r/node | 30 Nov 2021
Make onboarding simple using VS Code Remote Containers
2 projects | dev.to | 28 Nov 2021
This is how we solved some of the problems we came up against using Dev Container and Serverless framework.
Y'all SaaS founders, who are you? And comment how you got your product built. By yourself or by your co-founder or with some dev you know of?
1 project | reddit.com/r/SaaS | 16 Nov 2021
Just to clarify, you mean Serverless Framework (https://serverless.com) right, as opposed to serverless providers in general? Definitely want to start supporting AWS offerings and it does seems like Serverless Framework would be the best way to do that. Appreciate the feedback!
How to deploy a Node.js application to AWS Lambda using Serverless Framework
3 projects | dev.to | 22 Oct 2021
Today you'll learn how to deploy a Node.js application to AWS Lambda with the help of the Serverless Framework.
Building Our E-Commerce Platform with Serverless FaaS
3 projects | dev.to | 26 Sep 2021
In addition to these benefits, we found getting started with the Serverless Framework incredibly easy, even for a robust platform of applications and APIs like ours. If you want to try it yourself, just launch your terminal and install the node package manager. After that, a simple serverless command sets your environment up for configuration and management through the framework's CLI. A serverless.yml file is then created, which is where it all started for us in 2017!
SST: The Most Underrated Serverless Framework You Need to Discover
6 projects | dev.to | 26 Sep 2021
This particular framework was introduced back in 2015 (under the name JAWS, source: Wikipedia). The project have an astonishing 40k stars on Github! This framework offer a high number of features:
Best NodeJS Framework for Serverless Lambda Stuff
3 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 16 Sep 2021
It varies based on which cloud you are uploading to. In my case I use serverless for AWS lambda functions, it has tons of features and has tons of other cloud services available. In the case of Google and Firebase I think their own libraries are pretty good and the docs are way more complete and robust
The best Angular 13 Starter Project
12 projects | dev.to | 22 Jan 2022
✅ Angular 13 ✅ Angular Material ✅ Unit Testing with Jest ✅ End-to-End Testing with [TestCafé](https://testcafe.io/ ✅ Internationalization with Transloco ✅ Auto documentation with Compodoc ✅ Analyse your project with webpack-bundle-analyzer ✅ Docker ✅ ESLint ✅ Prettier ✅ Commit Linting ✅ AuditJS Audit this application using Sonatype OSS Index ✅ Auto-generate a CHANGELOG with auto-changelog
How ESLint Can Enforce Your Design System Best Practices
3 projects | dev.to | 19 Jan 2022
Fortunately, a great way to encourage your consumers to follow your best practices is through the use of ESLint, a static analysis tool to find problems in your code.
TypeScript. Advanced Project Setup
4 projects | dev.to | 18 Jan 2022
Before taking the next steps in the direction of TypeScript, we will prepare a working environment according to all industry standards. We have already set up EditorConfig so that all the files we create comply with certain rules. ESLint is a code quality control tool. It allows you to describe a list of rules for formatting code, language constructs used, and so on. This allows you to write code in a single style. If these rules are not followed, the code will be underlined in the editor. You can also run the check from the console.
Is using the backtick (`) in console.log() considered bad form?
1 project | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 17 Jan 2022
Maybe ESLint has a different opinion, otherwise I see no reason not to use this. Also. if you don’t use ESLint yet, there’s undoubtedly a plug-in for your IDE 🙂
Angular 13 + NestJs + NX
9 projects | dev.to | 15 Jan 2022
✅ Angular 13 ✅ Ngx-admin ✅ NestJS 8 ✅ Next generation build system with Nx ✅ Unit Testing with Jest ✅ End-to-End Testing with Cypress ✅ ESLint ✅ Prettier
Angular 13 Starter with ESLint, Material, Transloco, Jest, TestCafe, Docker & Prettier 🚀
5 projects | dev.to | 15 Jan 2022
✅ Angular 13 ✅ Angular Material ✅ Unit Testing with Jest ✅ End-to-End Testing with TestCafé ✅ Internationalization with Transloco ✅ Auto documentation with Compodoc ✅ Analyse your project with webpack-bundle-analyzer ✅ Docker ✅ ESLint ✅ Prettier ✅ Commit Linting
Generate JHipster + Svelte/Kit web applications
8 projects | dev.to | 14 Jan 2022
Why did function syntax become “more complicated”?
8 projects | dev.to | 9 Jan 2022
What does "senior" mean as a React developer?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 8 Jan 2022
This is what I use in my projects: Prettier to format the code. Eslint (for react) and Stylelint (for styles). You can additionally use husky to run the above linters and formaters before committing the code, you can also run some tests automatically before every commit, although depending on the number of tests, this can take some time and can be a bit annoying. In GitHub/GitLab, we also have a set of actions on our pipeline to run all of these linters and tests every time we create a merge request or deploy some new code (CI/CD).
What are some alternatives?
prettier - Prettier is an opinionated code formatter.
nvim-lint - An asynchronous linter plugin for Neovim complementary to the built-in Language Server Protocol support.
Zappa - Serverless Python
jsinspect - Detect copy-pasted and structurally similar code
Tailwind CSS - A utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development.