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The React FrameworkProject mention: Build an API with Serverless Functions in Next.js | dev.to | 2022-09-29
Another benefit of API routes is that they scale very well. Finally, they do not specify CORS by default because they are same-origin, however, you can customize this behavior by using the CORS request helper.
The Intuitive Vue(2) FrameworkProject mention: Why Next.js and Nuxt.js Are Becoming Popular | dev.to | 2022-09-21
Next.js is a free and open-source framework developed based on React.js. Nuxt.js is also a free and open-source front-end framework, but it was created based on Vue.js. However, Next and Nuxt have way more capabilities than React, Vue.js, and other frameworks. Therefore, they are getting more popular among web developers all the time. Both technologies make it easier for developers to create various web apps, but each has its own set of best practices and is designed to cater to different business objectives.
Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!
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This plugin lets you load a Vite client application and set it up for Server-Side Rendering (SSR) with Fastify.Project mention: Fastify DX and SolidJS in the Real World | dev.to | 2022-07-20
SolidJS ranked #1 in the 2021 "State of JS Front-End Frameworks", so we wanted to see what the fuzz is about and give it a proper chance with a side project. We started with a simple Single Page Application (SPA) and a few components but wanted to add data with GraphQL. For GraphQL we needed some sort of authentication, to identify users. This quickly turned more complex day by day. The biggest pitfalls and challenges were understanding Reactivity in SolidJS and the use of context providers. Last but not least, we wanted to add some server-side rendering capabilities, which lead to a three week rabbit hole of reading SolidJS code, Fastify Vite and lots of trial and error. Fortunately, Jonas Galvez was already working on Fastify DX a new full stack framework based on Fastify and Vite, where he added support for SolidJS as well. A nice side effect was that we not only have server-side rendering, but also async rendering, streaming web components/html streaming1 available, which is pretty awesome. As most of this is new and a lot of those technologies are barely documented past "Hello World" or "Todo List", we decided to extract the most important/difficult parts of our project into this "Real World Application with SolidJS and Fastify DX".
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