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Following on from the previous post, What makes a full stack developer and how to become one in 1 weekend, we can safely continue our journey into full stack development but buckle your seatbelts this is about to be the whole full through and through guide and in the previous article you would have noticed only half bits of code were shown in the examples etc but now we will cover fully end to end to make sure you build a real world full stack app.
You may wonder “a new writer, on a pervasive topic…what for?”. I had that thought too, but bear with me; hopefully you will resonate with some ideas from this series I’m sharing.
I am Shuaib, a 30ish family man residing in Edinburgh, Scotland who loves web tech! I started casually writing a decade or so ago, as well as having dabbled in many different programming and data development languages from desktop systems to mobile apps. My forte is web apps and internet tech especially API engineering. Just for the record, I am a qualified developer (BEng Honours Web Technology, 2011).
Let’s create a useful tool with NodeJS
You may wondering how good ThisJS.js is or how it even ever came about.
What’s true though is this was just a crap title and this thing does exist not — yes there is no library called thisjs.js our there. Well I hope not but I hope it caught you attention though! ;-)
ReactJS, AngularJS, NextJS, BackboneJS, VueJS, PolymerJS, EmberJS, MeteorJS, Svelte, Ember, Preact — how many JS frontend frameworks are there?? The list doesn’t stop growing.
So in this article I will explain how to build your own framework that you don’t…
You know the boring data migration projects that nearly every company has to do.
So, we’ve all been there where a data migration project needs to take place but it just so happens that you were the perfect candidate to do the grunt and gunky work. This is you who may be — a data architect, a backend Engineer and even a frontend engineer.
The task at hand? Data mapping and object creations from the source to destination database and at first it may sound like a straightforward task but in large databases, this can be a mammoth task. …
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If you’ve been following my articles chances are you might like my new guide on how to go from 0 to hero in basic Web Development. This is basically a guide for beginners with a great step by step how-to style and covers the following areas:
Let’s create a useful tool with NodeJS.
Before I start as you’ve probably noticed I code on Windows 10 and so some of my steps may be slightly different for Linux or iOS. Also the names module and package are used interchangeably and roughly mean the same thing in this context.
So in this article I will explain how to build your own module framework which we will design and build for helping you generate backends layers such as Models and Controllers as well as middle layer classes. Even if you need fast generation of Views (e.g. HTML pages or…
How dare I?
Let me start by saying real or permanent success to me only comes from One and given only by The One and Most High. Allah.
After all what on earth is permanent?…..Awkard pause (for some)….
OK facts aside.
In this post however and since I believe we all have different views of success in this universe, I am to take one view, and that is the view which is probably the most common definition of success — wealth and it’s many strings.
So let’s start by asking the question: Are you successful?
Let that sink in slowly…
Here’s how I tripled my income streams even in the global Pandemic by doing …
The days of Covid19 have taken their toll. But the question remains that— which will never be more relevant — do you need more than one income stream?
Some may call me silly. Some will say why yes! Truth of the matter is even if you have not lost your job this year or taken redundancy you must still have a feeling of unease, even if it is gentle from various factors of the pandemic.
I will take the view that regardless of your situation…
NodeJS. What does it mean to you? Is it a backend only tool, is it only a tool for making local packages or do you use it as a web server, or is it the perfect tool for creating reusable modules? Or all of the above??
Whatever you use it for — NodeJS is powerful without a doubt.
We aim to make your life in coding a lot easier with these 7 useful and powerful tools for web engineering. I’ll be honest and say right from the get go some of the stuff in NodeJS core module is very complex…
So welcome back you’ve read my intro article and liked how it opened for a small series of how to become a Full Stack Developer … howdy and let’s take off !