Serverless Architecture

2 min read Serverless Architecture is an approach in software engineering where developers can write, deploy and run code without having to manage the underlying infrastructure(software and hardware). The name is little confusing. There is no such thing where you can deploy and run your application without any infrastructure. When someone says Serverless, it means the infrastructure is managed by the provider not them and they are just running their code in there.

SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, FaaS, BaaS…

2 min read The terms like ‘X’aaS where ‘X’ stands for the service name usually a service model that evolved over time with cloud. Cloud service providers offer services in various ‘X’aaS models.

‘X’aaS is an abbreviation for ‘X’ as a Service, meaning you can buy ‘X’ as a service or offload the management hassle for ‘X’ and buy ‘X’ as a service from CSP(Cloud Service Provider) and they will manage everything about ‘X’ for you. Only you have to pay for using the ‘X’ service.

AWS LightSail – VPS and Web hosting in AWS

4 min read Cloud adoption is growing over time definitely for good reason. AWS is the leader among the cloud service providers. The ecosystem of AWS is massive and rapidly growing.

The companies offer us cloud services in many different models: SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, FaaS, BaaS and so on. AWS LightSail is a VPS(Virtual Private Server) and Web hosting service offered by AWS.

WSL – The reason to love windows by developers!

< 1 min read Undoubtedly Linux is one of the best platform for web application development. Windows is a great choice for its ease of use and simplicity. Most of us prefer windows over linux for our regular use.

Until few days back, developers had to install linux separately or use virtual machine to run linux when you are in Windows. Windows 10 comes with an embedded linux subsystem called WSL. Now, you are no longer needed to install Linux as dual boot or virtual machine to use Linux as dev machine.

Learn vanilla JavaScript before learning any JS framework

< 1 min read We all know, JavaScript is a client side programming language and runs in user’s web browser. Until NodeJS build up and JS started being used in backend, we barely desired to learn this extremely useful programming language. Because , it does work, we never tried to use it more efficiently. Since normally JS runs on user’s browser, the performance bottleneck is not that much visible as much as in server. The server need to process thousand of request while user’s browser only process probably few websites scripts.