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I dont get it, you are the professional, you should decide which solution is the best.

Anyway you can just lay out the advantages of not having a server, which are costs and performance, low complexity and cheaper.

 

That is precisely my point, which advantages, how to present them, and so on. I am a professional, and I know all that, but I am interested in how others do it to help others, not just me.

 

Ah I see, then you should have started with how you solved this problem in the past, what worked and not, then others can add extra info.

I am sorry for the misunderstanding.
Do you have anything to share now that you know the intention of this discussion?

No sorry, I was just trying to put myself in your shoes and that is all I came up with.
I stopped doing freelancing and working with the end customer many years ago, I felt like I will live less if I kept doing it 😁.

 

I haven’t done a lot of client work but I’ve definitely had some hair-pulling interactions where they had heard about some random technology or wanted me to use the same stack some other project is using for completely arbitrary reasons.

I’ve learned how to really get this out of the way early. Lay down the law in this regard.

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