apply, call and bind are methods that can be called on any JS function and are used to call that function in a specified scope. this inside the function will refer to the
Building RESTful and real-time APIs, system architectures and database designs. Translating complex business decisions into simple, secure and readable code.
PostgreSQL is a popular, free, open-source relational database that can be used for different workloads. Postgres provides querying abilities and windowing functions. Its versatility makes it possible to be used as a transactional
We launched Slackmin on Product Hunt on July 27th, 2022. Here is the launch post and the product page on Product Hunt. We achieved the “#1 Product of the Day” badge. Thanks to
Memcached is a high-performance, open source, distributed memory object caching system. It is an excellent choice for implementing an in-memory key-value store for small chunks of data produced as a result of database
A software bug is an error that happens in an application causing it to return an invalid result or to function incorrectly. Don't worry if the code you write has bugs. It's expected.
While exploring golang multiple times, we came across the term ‘channels’. Also, in one of our recent blogs on asynchronous programming in Go, we showed the uses of channels to stimulate the async-await
Whenever we need to load lots of data stored on the backend, we split it into chunks and then load them one at a time through Pagination. Reasons why this approach is used:
A cache is the data storage layer, usually transient in nature that could reside in memory, disk, or even on a different server. It provides fast access to data, avoids repeated computation, and
The process of implementing changes to the database schema is known as migration. For each model, Django creates a migration file in the migration folder. These are called auto migrations. We can also
A Promise can either resolve into a result or reject into an error. In this blog we will see how we can wait for multiple promises, depending on our requirements and use cases.