Koa is an innovative and lightweight web framework for Node.js that helps you create fast web applications by leveraging generators for simpler and more efficient middleware.
In the first video of this two part introduction to React, download and install React and create a simple "Hello world" component. Discover React.js and get started with a simple, lightweight front-end development solution.
In this post we introduce Kubernetes - why it exists, its unique paradigms and a small comparison to the EC2 container service.
A look back at the major hacks of 2014, whether there was a pattern behind it, and what the hacks actually meant.
In this post we interview Scott Kildall, an artist whose work often explores themes of future-thinking and translation between the virtual and the real. His latest projects use physical data visualization - the transformation of data sources into physical objects via computer algorithms.
In the second part of this series, we'll continue with the creation of Noterizer that we started on in Part 1, creating a simple Rails backend that makes requests to an external XML-based web service and serves JSON
A look at why we should care about the change from Angular 1.x to 2.0, and what it means for the future.
Hardware underwent some pretty big changes in 2014, lets have a little retrospective.
Mike Ball finishes up his three-part series on Wordpress migration with the final step; deployment.
In many cases, Rails is tasked with performing as an orchestration layer, collecting data from various backend services and serving re-formatted JSON or XML to clients
In this article I present a document-based data model for movies in MongoDB, describe how, using a custom Java ETL tool, to populate it with raw movie data provided by the Internet Movie Database (IMDB), and step through several movie queries, including the much-cherished Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, using MongoDB’s aggregation pipeline and map-reduce frameworks.
Aaron details the ins and outs of modding in Minecraft and provides a simple example to give you a better idea on what is required to then extend whatever you desire in Minecraft.