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API with NestJS #19. Using RabbitMQ to communicate with microservices

This entry is part 19 of 33 in the API with NestJS

NestJS subscribes to the idea that a microservice is an application that uses a different transport layer than HTTP. Therefore, in the previous part of this series, we’ve used TCP. However, with NestJS, we have a broad selection of transporters that transmit messages across microservices. Each one of them is different, and it is worth exploring […]

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API with NestJS #17. Offset and keyset pagination with PostgreSQL and TypeORM

This entry is part 17 of 33 in the API with NestJS

As our database grows, so do the results of our queries. Returning a lot of data in our API might not be the best approach performance-wise. Dividing our content into multiple pages and solutions like infinite scrolling have been around for quite some time. In this article, we explore ways of implementing pagination and point […]

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API with NestJS #16. Using the array data type with PostgreSQL and TypeORM

This entry is part 16 of 33 in the API with NestJS

Storing arrays is not an obvious thing in the world of SQL databases. Solutions such as MySQL, MariaDB, or Microsoft SQL Server don’t have a straightforward column type for arrays. This article explores how the array data type works in PostgreSQL both through SQL queries and through TypeORM. By learning how to operate on arrays […]


Getting geeky with Git #8. Improving our debugging flow with Bisect and Worktree

This entry is part 8 of 8 in the Getting geeky with Git

The debugging process is not always easy, and the bugs are sometimes difficult to track down. Fortunately, Git provides us with tools that might make this process easier. In this article, we learn both the worktree and bisect tools. Git Worktree Sometimes, when we focus on a new feature, a bug pops up in production. Unfortunately, this […]

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Building forms with React Hook Form and TypeScript

Handling forms manually is not difficult in React. Keeping all of the code consistent in your project might be quite a hassle, though. There are many ways in which we can tackle the state of our forms and validation. We can expect the approach of our teammates to differ slightly. To manage our forms better, […]

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React Context API with hooks and TypeScript

With React, we have quite a few options when it comes to state management. One of the most obvious ones is using the local state. Unfortunately, it might lead to prop drilling. It happens when we pass data from one component through many layers. When some of the components along the way do not need the […]