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How to build an elegant and simple REST API Client using JS Proxy

Photo by Ignacio Amenábar on Unsplash Based on @DavidWells shared JS Proxy tweets and GitHub gist. Last week, I discovered an elegant way to create simple javascript REST API clients using Proxy. ...

March 13, 2022 · 3 min · ziggornif

🦊 🐳 Publish your docker images in a private registry with GitLab Container Registry

It may happen that you need a private registry to publish your docker images (business projects, dev docker images, etc…). There are several solutions to do that : take a docker hub subscription which allows you to create private projects create and maintain your own registry (ex: harbor) use GitLab Registry The docker hub solution may seem to be the right one for a company with large projects, but for simple needs (ex: management of development docker images) or for side projects, the Gitlab Registry solution is in my opinion the simplest. ...

January 16, 2022 · 3 min · ziggornif

🐳 doco - A shell alias for docker compose

During the last 6 years that I had to use docker, I quickly added a doco alias for docker-compose (then docker compose) in my terminal. ...

January 15, 2022 · 1 min · ziggornif

⚡️ Implement events streaming in Go with NATS JetStream

What is JetStream ? JetStream is the NATS company streaming solution. The JetStream server is built-in to nats-server and can be enabled with nats command options. You can find more informations about JetStream on the official documentation : https://docs.nats.io/nats-concepts/jetstream. Events streaming example To understand how to do events streaming with JetStream, we will use a fake Twitter app throughout the article. The two application endpoints that will interest us here are: POST /tweets POST /tweets/:id/likes The first one will create a new tweet and the second one permit to like a tweet. As an event streaming application, the POST /tweets will produce tweet_created events and the POST /tweets/:id/likes will produce tweet_liked events. ...

January 8, 2022 · 4 min · ziggornif

🖥 Monitoring a Node.JS Typescript application with Prometheus and Grafana

Monitoring consists of observing metrics of your application that will allow you to know its health condition. There are different observable metrics: resources consumption (CPU, memory, IO, …) network traffic business metrics (endpoint response time, requests errors, …) This post will be dedicated to setting up monitoring on a Node.JS application written in Typescript. We will set up the business metrics exposure in our application and then we will exploit them with Prometheus and Grafana. ...

December 28, 2021 · 6 min · ziggornif