In this tutorial, we’re going to be taking a look a the history of containerization, Docker, its components, and how to get started using it in our day to day work. But before we dive too deeply into the tutorial, let’s take a look at what Docker is so that we gain an understand as to what it is with which we’ll be working.
In this tutoral, we will use Spring Boot for the web development environment, Websockets for real-time communication, Tomcat for the Java application container, Gradle for building and managing the dependencies, Thymeleaf for template rendering, MongoDB for data storage, and finally there will be no XML for bean configurations. Just to make you inspired, at the end of this article, you will see a fully working application like the one shown below.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to implement a real-time chat application with Python and Flask, and then we will deploy this application to Modulus together.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to implement a real-time chat application with Laravel 5, PostgreSQL, and Pusher. Then we will deploy this application to Modulus together.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to implement a real-time chat application with Node.js, Socket.IO and MongoDB, and then we will deploy this application to Modulus together.
Directives are one of the most powerful components of AngularJS, helping you extend basic HTML elements, create reusable and testable code. In this tutorial, I will show you how to use AngularJS directives with real-life best practices.
Software testing is one of the fundamental concepts of clean code development. If you write testable code, your code will be clean automatically. In this tutorial, we will talk about how to write tests for code that uses HTTP operations in NodeJS.
Authentication is one of the most important parts of any web application. In this tutorial, we’ll be discussing token-based authentication systems and how they differ from traditional login systems.
An API is used to provide set of functionalities to the consumer in order to access data or features of the current system or application. The RESTful API is the API that is mapped to the HTTP protocol. In this tutorial, you will learn the principles of RESTful API design, and see a working demo written using Restify.