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!
With more than three years of experience in web development, / I specialize in working with React, Redux on the frontend and NodeJS with Express on the backend / using such databases as RethinkDB and Mongo. I have a deep knowledge of HTML and CSS.
I’ve been doing Web development for the last 10 years working with customers from the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, Ukraine and Russia. I have a huge expertise in complicated client-side development using Angular/Angular 2. I am a tough back-end developer too. For this purpose, I use Node.js and PHP frameworks such as Express/Koa, Meteor, Zend Framework, Yii2, Silex and Symfony2. For mobile development, I use PhoneGap, Cordova and Ionic frameworks.
I am a professional full-stack web developer. I’ve been building websites and Web applications for the last 5 years. My main skills are ReactJS, Node.js/Express, Meteor, and D3. UI and UX are also my strong sides. It means that your project will run fast and smoothly on every device, will be mobile-first and pixel perfect.
I have more than 3 years of web development experience using different technologies suck as mean stack, vuejs loopback d3 and various small libraries. I have experience working on projects having SQL as well as noSQL solutions under the hood. I mastered frontend using HTML and CSS preprocessors, webpack, gulp and more.