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Day.js | The lightest API to handle dates in JS

No problem, it's this one github.com/iamkun/dayjs/issues/1260...

Day.js | The lightest API to handle dates in JS

It's nice to use but there's an outstanding issue in dealing ...

Amazon EventBridge API Destinations with parametrized endpoint URL and Mailchimp integration

We're just investigating this as a means of rate limiting req...

Make your lambda functions lightweight

Beware of layers they can ultimately complicate your deployme...

Vue.js vs. React — Not Your Usual Comparison

Maybe maybe. I don't have much experience with Svelte but I p...

Vue.js vs. React — Not Your Usual Comparison

I don't see how it is any less predictable. Vuex is a first c...

Vue.js vs. React — Not Your Usual Comparison

Sorry, yes, I was replying to the same comment as you, the or...

Vue.js vs. React — Not Your Usual Comparison

I'd be interested to know some concrete examples of what you ...

Vue.js vs. React — Not Your Usual Comparison

"The only advantage I see in Vue is that has some improvement...

Why local development for serverless is an anti-pattern

It's possible now using SST, see recent comments from Jay in ...

Choosing between Netlify, Vercel and Digital Ocean

There's a very real cost of maintaining a server, patching, s...

Why Tailwind Isn't for Me

A very coherent and well-written set of arguments. It baffle...

Get Started With AWS, Serverless, and TypeScript

Great article and opened my eyes to a couple of really useful...

How do you fight joint pain in your hands and wrists?

Second the Captains of Crush but make sure you train fingers ...

How do you fight joint pain in your hands and wrists?

See my comment above for a fuller answer but in specific resp...

How do you fight joint pain in your hands and wrists?

Do some dedicated resistance training for your grip and exten...

Ocula - A weather app built on Vue 3

No worries. Possibly related but it asks for permission to us...

Ocula - A weather app built on Vue 3

Unfortunately, for me, I can't get it to properly load. Using...

Never Get an Unexpected AWS Bill Again!

Very good article and timely. This is exactly what we impleme...

Tailwind + Vue Formulate = ❤️

What is this witchcraft!? Really like the look of this, than...

Rate limiting API calls - sometimes a Bottleneck is a good thing

Hi - I'm not sure what to suggest, are you able to share what...

Rate limiting API calls - sometimes a Bottleneck is a good thing

Then I'm guessing there's something weird in the way you're b...

Rate limiting API calls - sometimes a Bottleneck is a good thing

How about making a single, non-bottlenecked call to the API? ...

Rate limiting API calls - sometimes a Bottleneck is a good thing

Can you try with a raw axios instance, i.e. without the KeepA...

Rate limiting API calls - sometimes a Bottleneck is a good thing

Ah, I see, I thought you were suggesting the problem was with...

Rate limiting API calls - sometimes a Bottleneck is a good thing

How you're wrapping the function looks fine. If you call ini...

Rate limiting API calls - sometimes a Bottleneck is a good thing

That means the other end of the connection closed it for some...

What's the WORST thing about serverless?

If we're talking lambdas, you can mitigate this by having y...

What's the WORST thing about serverless?

That helps but doesn't necessarily keep all the containers ...

This is probably the funniest Codepen I found this year!

Love it, very clever :-D

Cascadia Code: a new font for Visual Studio Code and Terminal

That's the font ligatures in action, I think

How I finally got my head around scoped slots in VueJs

Perfect, thanks for the tip - I'll update!

Just My Type: Rolling a fresh TypeScript project with Jest, ESLint and Prettier in 2019

Ah ha - changing from "lint": "eslint --fix ./src/*" to ...

Just My Type: Rolling a fresh TypeScript project with Jest, ESLint and Prettier in 2019

Thanks Martin, nicely put together. Do you happen to know ...

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