Nothing has puzzled me more than a CSS position. I couldn’t figure out what CSS position means – absolute, relative, static, fixed, etc. How all of these really works? The moment I felt that I have now learned enough and started experimenting with layouts, I would fail miserably. The only way to overcome this problem was to experiment and learn as much as possible.
Exposing application servers to the Internet is considered as a bad practice. The recommendation is to shield it using a web server (reverse proxy). This not only reduces traffic to the application server but it also prevents from exposing critical ports to the world. Another advantage is to route static resource requests to a different server or location. The practice is known as Reverse proxy.
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Not everyone likes to see vibrant colors. In fact, changing color preferences has been present in Operating systems for a long time. Some users may prefer to have dark color combination, while others may go with light theme. Web applications are not that different too. With the rise in Web application in day-to-day agenda, the application developers must give a thought to customize application theme.
For a long time, server-side development enjoyed a rich set of Toolkits for development, build and deployment. One of the most convenient features is the ability to externalize configuration from the actual source code. API URL, secrets, threshold limits etc can be configured outside the actual code and exposed via Operating system’s environment variables. This promotes a good practice of immutable build packages. These builds can be promoted without a need to make modification in the actual code to adapt to a changing environment.
The strong benefit of using Angular framework is the emphasis on component driven development and thereby promoting reusability. On the other hand with the help of RxJS the complex tasks can be easily achieved. The fact that RxJS heavily uses chained API approach helps to mix and match
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Authentication and Authorization is a repetitive requirement and one of the most important
UI Architect required – The job opening caught my attention. I was a bit curious to understand what UI Architect really means and what they do? I know Solution Architect, Technical Architect, Principal Architect, but UI Architect was a very new term to me.
For most of the people, UI is restricted to HTML, CSS, few designing tools, graphics, and animation. It feels like with few colors, fonts, and pictures are all required to define perfect User Interface. We now have buzzwords like UX (User Experience), UI Designer etc. but then why this new role is required?