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API with NestJS #90. Using various types of SQL joins

This entry is part 90 of 92 in the API with NestJS

It’s a very common case to need to combine multiple related tables. In SQL, we can do that using a join statement. Therefore, this article explains various types of joins along with real-life examples. Inner joins A few articles ago, we defined the  and tables.

It’s typical to retrieve a particular post along […]

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API with NestJS #89. Replacing Express with Fastify

This entry is part 89 of 92 in the API with NestJS

By default, NestJS uses Express under the hood. Moreover, since Express is very popular, NestJS can choose from a broad set of compatible third-party solutions. A significant advantage of NestJS is that it is framework-independent. Instead of using Express, we can use an adapter using another library with a similar request/response pipeline. The most popular […]

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API with NestJS #88. Testing a project with raw SQL using integration tests

This entry is part 88 of 92 in the API with NestJS

Covering our project with tests can help us ensure that our application works as expected and is reliable. While unit tests play a significant role, they are not enough. Therefore, this article explains the significance of integration tests and implements them in a NestJS project that uses raw SQL queries. The significance of integration tests […]

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API with NestJS #85. Defining constraints with raw SQL

This entry is part 85 of 92 in the API with NestJS

Having significant control over the data we store in our database is crucial. One of the ways to do that is to choose suitable column types. We can also use constraints to go further and reject the data that does not match our guidelines. By doing that, we can have an additional layer of security […]

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Introduction to Gatsby with TypeScript and GitHub Pages

When a browser opens a regular React application, it receives HTML with an empty div and a JavaScript file.

When the browser receives the above response, it runs the JavaScript file that modifies the DOM tree and creates a web page. This is a good solution for many applications but has a few drawbacks. […]

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API with NestJS #84. Implementing filtering using subqueries with raw SQL

This entry is part 84 of 92 in the API with NestJS

In this series, we’ve often had to filter the records in our database. We can achieve that with a simple clause.

In this article, we go through different use cases of more advanced filtering. We achieve it by using the keyword with subqueries. EXISTS In some of the previous parts of this series, […]