Learn how to use secondary indexes, atomic transctions, and more with Deno KV in this introductory tutorial.
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Deno 1.33 is a step towards our next major release, with improved LSP support, enhanced Node.js compatibility, and more.
LiveView's new Streams feature is set to be a game changer and yet easy to use at the same time. Chris McCord writes this dev blog post shinning a light onto this new feature.
Paul is a Developer Advocate for Chrome and the Open Web at Google and loves to help make web development easier.
2022 was a big year for Deno. Here are the biggest updates from the past year and what's coming up next.
This article compares pagination methods for PostgreSQL and their performance. Also, avoid displaying the total result count!
For the past few years, we have seen a lot of discussions around the concept of the Software Supply Chain. These discussions started around the time of LeftPad and escalated with multiple incidents in the past few years. The problem of all the work in this domain is that it forgets a fundamental point.
Phoenix 1.7 is dropping Phoenix.View, but it's for a good reason! Controllers and LiveViews will now render function components. And the aim is to collocate templates next to the controller that renders them!
Sometimes you are faced with the task to build a list out of elements where some of the elements are conditional. Dart even has a special syntax for this.
Learn how to implement faceting in your PostgreSQL-based applications to narrow search results - very attractive for users.
Enums or check constraints, which one is better? Craig breaks down why enumerated types aren’t common in Postgres.
The history of JSON is the history of the people that created it, and what they set out to do with the software they wrote.