Web Worker is a modular script that runs separately from the main JS thread (a thread that normally includes all the scripts of your web application) and communicates with it using events only.
My name is Iskander and I am a full-stack developer with more than 4 years of experience in developing web applications.
For frontend development, I use Angular and React/Redux. At the backend, I work with Node.js and Java.
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Nowadays there’re lots of technologies in a Front-end and most of them have easily understandable tutorials. So starting with them is not a problem. But there’s always a problem when you try to use some of them together. In this article, we’re going to talk about a usage of Angular or Vue.js together with D3.js, and find out why we might have problems with the integration.
Let’s talk about basics of really fresh approach in client-server communication: GraphQL. Let’s answer few questions first to start with this technology. What is the difference between this technology and common REST API (e.g. express implementation of this one)? That’s simple: GraphQL provides you instruments to execute queries to server, not send the requests, so you create query and you know for sure what a result you expect to see.
However, my personal preference is MEAN stack. It provides quick and organized way to start developing new application. It’s a great tool, that allows you to build powerful and modern apps.
My main technology stack is React.js, Redux at the frontend as well as Express framework and MongoDB at the server side.
Today we’re going to discuss not really popular, but really useful thing in MongoDB – capped collections. What’re they, how and where to use them. Let’s start!