However, these functions differ in many significant ways, and we can’t replace one with another.
So in this article, I will explore 5 of these key differences in detail.
In regular function,
thischanges according to the way that function is invoked.
It is always a good practice to maintain separate environments for development, testing, and production as a developer. This allows you to identify the issues in your products before releasing and increasing your product's reliability.
But it is not an easy task, it requires separate builds and deployments which takes significant time and effort.
So, this article will show you how you can build and deploy your application to all environments within few minutes using AWS AMplify.
AWS Amplify provides you a collection of tools and products to optimize your web and mobile development experience.
It allows to develop, build…
AWS S3 buckets are one of the most used storage services in the world. Developers use it to upload images, audio, and various files and use them in their web applications.
Most developers make these bucket contents publicly available by using a bucket policy. However, this approach is not recommended by AWS due to security reasons.
So, how can we securely share the content with others who don't have access to our S3 buckets?
S3 pre-signed URLs are the most recommended way to share your S3 bucket contents, and this article will discuss all the things you need to know…
Having an SSL certificate has become a mandatory thing for a website. It makes a secure connection between the website and the browser and increases the user's trust.
There are many ways to integrate an SSL certificate into a website. But most of them are complicated and time-consuming. But with the AWS Amplify console, you can add an SSL certificate within minutes.
So, this article will guide you through the steps of hosting a simple React application with an SSL certificate using AWS Amplify and Route 53.
For this example, I will be using a simple React application. So I…
‘’) and double quotes (
“”) are used to create string literals. Most developers use single or double quotes as they prefer, and sometimes they let their code formatters decide what to use.
So, I wanted to find the real difference between these 2, and this article will discuss similarities, differences, and essential tips you should remember while using these quotes.
The only noticeable difference between single quotes and double quotes comes into play…
AWS Lambda is one of the most used AWS services around the world. Its automatic scaling behavior and cost-effective on-demand invoking mechanism have made it even more popular.
However, Lambda functions take significant time to get started initially, and this directly impacts application performance.
This behavior is known as cold starts, and in this article, I will discuss 2 methods to overcome this problem, and you can choose one based on your requirements and cost.
The first method to prevent cold-starts is using a CloudWatch event rule and scheduled event to ping the Lambda function regularly.
A few days ago, Angular released its latest version, Angular 12. This article will recap all the important things you need to know before stepping into Angular 12.
As we all know, Angular Ivy was first released with the version 9 update, and it became a game-changer for Angular. So, Angular is continuing its journey with this next-generation compilation and rendering pipeline, and they are taking another step by deprecating View Engine.
View Engine was the compilation pipeline used in earlier versions of Angular, and it will be completely removed with the next major version release.
However, developers don't need…
Routing is a topic most of us are familiar with. However, SPA frameworks and routing libraries use different techniques underneath. Two such approaches are static and dynamic routing. Frameworks like Angular, Ember and React Router library (in the past) supported static routing.
But recently, React Router introduced dynamic routing to address some of the core limitations with static routing.
As developers, we should be aware of both these techniques, and this article will give you all the answers you need on static and dynamic routing in React.
In static routing, you need to define all the routes in a centralized…
As developers, we always seek opportunities to enhance the performance of the applications we build. But when it comes to computationally heavy tasks, our options are minimal, and those tasks depend on CPU performance.
So, what would happen if we combined the power of GPU with our web applications?
In this article, I will show you the steps to integrate GPU programming into your Angular project using GPU.js. I will also make a performance comparison and discuss when you should use GPU and when you should not.
If you don't know anything about GPU.js, don't worry. I will give the…
User experience is one of the main concerns in modern web applications. Designers add various effects to web applications’ UI designs to attract more customers. As developers, we must be skilled enough to deliver the product as they expect.
But sometimes, skill is not the only thing we need. We should also be aware of the tools and libraries at our disposal. In this article, I will discuss five libraries that can be used to add animations to your React project.