Redis, a popular data store and message bus solution, can be used in countless ways. Simple ‘hello world’ examples fall short of showing all available possibilities. Instead, in this article we focus on several real-life scenarios, where Redis helped us build a resilient modular software architecture.
A blueprint for large Vue JS projects, based on the new and exciting Vite build tool and Lerna monorepo.
Imagine a web application used simultaneously by many users. It can become necessary to keep them in sync. We want to ensure that they all look at the same fresh data. We might want them to interact with each other. Think about co-editing of documents on Google Drive, chat applications etc. We’ve implemented a simple solution for seamless synchronization of application state in real time, using a NoSQL database hosted in the cloud.
Simple tutorial showing how to start with Vue 3 without complex tooling and build pipelines. An follow-up to my previous article showing how to achieve the same with the Vue 2.
Simple no-dependencies alternative to Vuex state management, based on Vue 3 Reactivity System. Reactivity in Vue 3 is now decoupled from its UI limitations and it can be used for other purposes as well. As we’ve demonstrated, it can be used as a powerful tool to handle state within Vue 3 applications.
Simple tutorial showing how to start with Vue JS easily, without complex tooling and build pipelines.