A tutorial to implement the Pub/Sub pattern using AWS IoT.
NoSQL databases can also be attacked with the equivalent of SQL injection for relational databases. This post shows how this is done and how to protect your application from this technique.
When building a service, you should anticipate that some transient failures may occur due to network issues or query timeouts. In such cases, the Retry Pattern is very useful.
This tutorial uses AWS services and the Serverless Framework (1.1) to create a simple serverless application. The objective is to show how powerful this approach can be using minimal efforts.
A serverless website is the one which the developer doesn't need to worry about the servers that will host the website. A third-party managed service is responsible for handling requests on-demand, charging per request and not 24/7. This post explains about this concept.
If you like web development and need to build a desktop app, why don't you try NW.js (former node-webkit)? It runs on Node.js and you will freely use HTML/CSS/JS + Node.js to build multi-platform apps.
If you want to serve web content in the cloud, you need to gzip it first to reduce the download size and get a faster website. This guide shows how you can do it using AWS.
If you're using Angular, probably you already know about ngRoute and the amazing benefit of avoiding full page reloads and requesting just what you need when you click to change to another page. If so, you need to be aware about how search engines will see your website and how you can help them to properly index your content.
Angular uses the # (hashtag) by default when routing pages because it requires no server side configuration. If you want to get rid of it, you need to configure a server rewrite rule or pre-render your pages.