Vue.js and AWS Lambda: Developing Production-Ready Apps (Part 1)

In this series, you will use modern technologies like Vue.js, AWS Lambda, Express, MongoDB, and Auth0 to create a production-ready application that acts like a micro-blog engine. The first part of the series (this one) will focus on the setup of the Vue.js client that users will interact with and on the definition of the Express backend app.

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Vue.js and AWS Lambda: Developing Production-Ready Apps (Part 1)

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Classic DEV Post from May 25

Stop saying you dont have time!

This week I want to talk about something that I have used for a excuse quite a few times. Before I finally started getting a schedule going. And that is saying the excuse I don’t have time to learn blank.

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