JavaScript Sorcery

JavaScript Sorcery is our special email series where we dive deep into all things JavaScript.

How to Debug Cloudflare Workers with AppSignal

By Wanyoike Michael on

Find out how to capture error logs in your Cloudflare Workers application using AppSignal.

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Best Practices for Logging in Node.js

By Ayooluwa Isaiah on

Learn some invaluable practical tips to help you write more useful log entries in Node.js.

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Exploring Asynchronous Requests in Recoil

By Camilo Reyes on

Discover the power of using asynchronous queries in Recoil.

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TypeScript Compiler API: Improve API Integrations Using Code Generation

By Nate Anderson on

Find out how you can use code generation to improve your API integrations.

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How to Get Started with Prisma ORM for Node.js and PostgreSQL

By Geshan Manandhar on

Learn how to use Prisma with the Express.js framework and PostgreSQL database.

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Node.js's Underrated Combo: Passport and CASL

By Diogo Souza on

In this article, we're going to explore two valuable Node.js packages — Passport and CASL — that can help you boost the security of your application by providing both authentication and authorization functionality.

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Powerful Caching with Redis for Node.js Applications

By Diogo Souza on

In this article, we're going to explore some of the most interesting nuances of Redis caching patterns, using Node.js as the environment to run some benchmark testing.

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Improving Node.js Application Performance With Clustering

By Joyce Echessa on

Let's discover how clustering can improve the way your Node.js apps handle the workload.

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Top 5 JavaScript Blog Posts in 2020 from AppSignal

By Milica Maksimović on

Check out the most appreciated JavaScript posts on our blog in 2020.

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Server-side Rendering in JavaScript: A Modern Approach

By Diogo Souza on

In this article, we're going to explore a few alternatives brewing in the community in regards to server-side rendering.

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JavaScript Internals: Garbage Collection

By Diogo Souza on

JavaScript allocates its objects and values to memory and releases them when they’re no longer needed. But, how? Let's inspect how this works internally!

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Exploring Node.js Async Hooks

By Diogo Souza on

Let's experiment with Node.js async hooks.

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