DISCLAIMER: This article reflects my own personal preferences. It should not be seen as a formal recommendation.
Implementing localization with React is pretty straightforward, and many libraries are there to assist in the development.
But have you ever wondered how to implement localization for React components that are independent and shareable across applications?
This article will guide you through the steps of creating component-level translations using React. We will also push the translatable UI components and the translator component, to remote hosting, on Bit Cloud.
Our pushed or ‘exported’ components will then be available to be individually used and collaborated…
With modern web development, we use
But, do you know why both of these exists? What happens underneath? And what are the best practices when using one or the other?
In this article, I will discuss the usage of
import and answer some of these common questions.
Out of these, Date-fns is one of the leading competitors to take over from MomentJS.
So, in this article, I will discuss the features of Date-fns, where it shines, and its limitations to give you a better understanding.
So, in this article, I will discuss the technology behind these performance gains, and what’s you should know about to write better-performing code.
React Hooks were introduced with React 16.8 update. Ever since, it has become an essential feature in React applications.
React Hooks are used to hook into the React States and lifecycle features.
There are many React Hooks available, and it is hard to keep track of each of them. So, in this article, I will discuss 5 React Hooks libraries every developer should be aware of.
Amazon web services are widely used around the world for storage options. However, choosing a storage option is not easy since each of them has unique features and costs.
So, in this article, I will discuss AWS EBS, EFS, and S3 with their features, usability, and cost.
AWS EBS (Elastic block service) is a network drive that allows you to attach to a single EC2 instances.
You can preserve the EC2 data using EBS when the instance is terminated. Also, EBS can be easily attached and from one EC2 and attach to another EC2.
EBS volumes are only available for…
AWS EC2 is one of the most used could services around the world. However, most new developers aren’t aware of the cost of maintaining an EC2 instance and end up paying unnecessarily.
So, in this article, I will compare all the EC2 instance purchasing options and discuss how to use spot instances to reduce the cost even for your production environments.
Although many developers are only aware of On-Demand EC2 instances, AWS provides 5 purchasing options for EC2 instances. Which are,
These options have their features and suitabilities. SO, before…
With modern web applications, managing database connections have become a challenging task for developers. Especially when it comes to serverless and Lambda functions, we should be careful not to overwhelm database instances.
So, in this article, I will discuss how we can use AWS RDS Proxy, a fully managed, highly available database proxy provided by AWS to manage AWS relational databases.
Before getting into details about RDS Proxy, let’s see why we need such services.
If we consider a traditional web application, it has a limited number of database connections, and they share connections among multiple requests. …
IAM is the Identity and Access Management service provided by AWS. It provides you with a variety of options to manage users and secure your account.
But, most developers do not get the maximum out of it since they are not aware of all the features of IAM.
So, In this article, I will discuss how to use IAM groups, policies, permissions, and multi-factor authentication to secure your account.
In AWS, there are 2 types of users. The first user type is the Root User, and this user account is automatically created when you create an AWS account.
Today, AWS has become the most used cloud service provider among developers. Although there are many reasons behind that, its global infrastructure is the most prominent reason for this success.
Currently, AWS services are available in 25 different regions with 80+ availability zones and 200+ edge locations.
So, in this article, I will discuss the global infrastructure of AWS and what we should consider when selecting an AWS region.