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10 articles related to Web Development YOU should read over this Weekend

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1) Asynchronous JavaScript | Callbacks | Closures | Promises
About this article: In this article, we are going to discuss Asynchronous tasks in significant depth. We will be discussing what exactly are Asynchronous tasks, what the hack are callbacks, closures, promises and much more in the context of JavaScript.
Read Here: Asynchronous JavaScript | Callbacks | Closures | Promises

2) Autowiring in Spring
About this article: Spring can automatically detect the relationships between various beans. Learn how to do this using the XML-based autowiring functionality.
Read Here: Autowiring in Spring

3) How to create a scalable and maintainable front-end architecture
About this article: Modern front-end frameworks and libraries make it easy to create reusable UI components. This is a step in a good direction to create maintainable front-end applications.
Read Here: How to create a scalable and maintainable front-end architecture

4) Introduction to Elasticsearch and the ELK stack
About this article: In this article, we are discussing Elasticsearch. We would be starting with the introduction of Elasticsearch, will be having a brief discussion over so-called ELK stack. We would then move to the architecture of Elasticsearch and what the heck are nodes, clusters, shards, indexes, documents, replication and so on.
Read Here: Introduction to Elasticsearch and the ELK stack

5) Redis vs MySQL Benchmarks
About this article: In this article, we would be discussing the performance benchmarks of Redis and MySQL. To begin with, we would start with the introduction and installation of Redis over Ubuntu Machine. Then we would move towards the benchmarking between these two.
Read Here: Redis vs MySQL Benchmarks

6) 10 Intriguing Public REST APIs For Your Next Project
About this article: The notion of working on side projects gets thrown out a lot amongst the programming community. It can be intimidating sitting in front of a blank code editor wondering what to build.
Read Here: 10 Intriguing Public REST APIs For Your Next Project

7) Microservice Architecture on Kubernetes
About this article: Microservices divide your application’s functions into chunks that are independently deployable. Microservices are becoming an increasingly utilized tool in DevOps and CI/CD, and it is a popular subject at All Day DevOps. Kubernetes is an open-source platform to manage microservices. It is deployable on the cloud provider of your choice.
Read Here: Microservice Architecture on Kubernetes

8) What should I learn after PHP | Roadmap 2019
About this article: In this article, we would be discussing the roadmap a developer should follow after learning/working in PHP or any other language for a significant amount of time.
Read Here: What should I learn after PHP | Roadmap 2019

9) The ONE book every developer MUST read!
About this article: This book gave me a whole new perspective, it has restructured the way I think about each line of code. It made me realise that there is an art to being a software engineer.
Read Here: The ONE book every developer MUST read!

10) Implementing OTP in PHP using Twilio
About this article: Verifying a phone number using OTP (One Time Password) is a sure shot way to reduce the spam over your website. In this article, we will be going to discuss this topic in great detail. We will be learning how we can set up our PHP code to send the OTP to the mobile numbers and hence verifying the user.
Read Here: Implementing OTP in PHP using Twilio

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