How to Get a Full-Text Search with FaunaDB

Last Update: 12.10.2020. By in Javascript

I’ve been using FaunaDB for a few projects now, as it is the only direct database integration for Netlify functions.

3 Coding Projects for Learning or Spicing Up Your Resume

Last Update: 28.04.2020. By Jens in Newsletter

Coding projects are an essential step in learning. I am firm believer then best way to learn something is by doing. So, for developers that means coding, coding, coding. And of course designing :-)

Be careful with JWT and third-party auth services

Last Update: 17.04.2020. By Jens in Newsletter

JWTs are great if you use some precautions. Like, don’t put sensitive stuff in it. But it surprisingly happens often. It is a recurring theme in my consultations that devs forget that signed and encoded does not mean encrypted. And so user details end up in the token that should not be there like personal data, billing URLs and hosts.

Is cutting costs expensive?

Last Update: 27.02.2020. By Jens in Newsletter

This morning I read an article on “Why cutting costs is expensive” and share it with you.

The bane of tech stack decisions

Last Update: 11.02.2020. By Jens in Newsletter

I’ve written about this before but as I run into this topic again last week, I thought it’s a great reminder for all of us. Don’t have time to read? There’s a TLDR at the end of the email.

Should I learn Spring or Spring Boot?

Last Update: 15.01.2020. By Jens in Spring Boot | Learning | Developers Life

There is a lot of confusion about Spring Boot and its relationship to the Spring Framework. Some of that leads to questions like “Should I learn Spring Boot rather than the Spring Framework” or “Do I need to know Spring before I can start with Spring Boot?”. Let’s clarify that for you.

Getting Started with Feign Client in Spring

Last Update: 15.01.2020. By Jens in Spring Boot

In this tutorial, we will take a look at the FeignClient and how to use it in a Spring Boot application.

Getting Started with Caching in Spring Boot Applications

Last Update: 15.01.2020. By Jens in Spring Boot

One of the features of the Spring Framework is a cache you can transparently add to your code. All you need to do is set an annotation on a method you want to cache and configure the caching mechanism itself. Setting up the cache wasn’t a big deal before, and with Spring Boot it got even more straightforward. Let’s dive into it with an example.

What Is The Difference Between @Bean and @Component and When to Use What?

Last Update: 15.01.2020. By Jens in Spring Boot

A question that almost always comes up in my training. So, it is time to answer it for anyone and not only in-class.

Getting Started with Spring Session

Last Update: 03.04.2019. By Jens in Spring Boot

In this tutorial, we are going to look at Spring Session and build two applications which share the session in Redis.