Serverless course Lesson 3: How to create MongoDB REST API in Node.js

Intro to Serverless course Lesson 3 Today you will learn how to create MongoDB REST API in Node.js. In the previous episodes of the serverless course, you’ve learned how to set up the AWS Lambda Serverless project. The URL is here: https://www.blog.duomly.com/lesson-1-serverless-how-to-get-started-tutorial/ In the second lesson, you’ve learned how to create AWS Lambda Serverless authentication with Node.js and MongoDB, and the URL is here: https://www.blog.duomly.com/lesson-2-serverless-authentication/ I’m super excited about what we will build because we will go forward in today’s lesson and develop more features.

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Lesson 2: Serverless authentication tutorial for beginners

Intro to serverless authentication In today’s lesson, you will learn Serverless authentication. Did you already finish the „What is Serverless” episode? If not, you can find it here: What is serverless Next, you should do the Serverless course’s first lesson, which was „Serverless How to Start”. You can find it here: Lesson 1: Serverless how to get started tutorial for beginners If you finished them before, you can focus on today’s lesson and learn new, essential skills.

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Lesson 1: Serverless how to get started tutorial for beginners

Intro to serverless how to get started tutorial Today we will go through the Serverless how to get start tutorial. In the previous episode, I’ve told you what is serverless, why you should use that, and how you can save even 90% of your IT infrastructure costs. You can find the URL here: What is serverless I’ve promised you, I will teach you how to build Serverless Node.js applications, and today we start the Serverless course.

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AWS Serverless Web Application tutorial

Intro to AWS Serverless Web Application tutorial Today we’ll go throught AWS Serverless Web Application tutorial. Nowadays, almost every industry actively uses IT. We build web and mobile apps, manufacturing applications, e-commerce, and even software to handle factories. Development is not an easy process, costs a lot of money, very often it is stressful, and still, it’s not all that we need to handle. Most of our IT solutions need maintenance, and IT infrastructure to handle our software.

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Kotlin course with building Android AR app - Lesson2: How to build login form in Android

Intro to how to build a login form with Kotlin and Android In the second lesson of the Kotlin course, we will learn how to build a login form. Here is the URL of the previous Lesson of the Kotlin course, where we learned how to set up Android Studio and ARCore for an Augmented Reality Project: Kotlin course with building Android AR app - Lesson1: How to setup Android Studio and ARCore for an augmented reality project

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Apollo & WebSockets tutorial - Express.js course Lesson 2

Intro to Apollo & WebSockets tutorial Welcome to the second lesson of the Express.js course, where we’ll focus on the Apollo & WebSockets tutorial for beginners. In the previous lesson, we were building a simple GraphQL API with Expres.js. Here you can find the URL of the Lesson1: How to build GraphQL API tutorial: https://www.blog.duomly.com/how-to-build-graphql-api-tutorial-express-js-course-lesson-1/ The code that we’ll build in the Express.js course should be used as the back-end for the front-end that my friend Anna is building in the React.

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AWS course Lesson 1: How to host a website on S3 with Cloudflare

Intro to AWS course - How to host a website on S3 with Cloudflare In the first lesson of the AWS course, we’ll talk about hosting a website on S3 with Cloudflare. How you ever heard about the idea of hosting a website on the Amazon S3? Yes, it’s possible, and it’s one of the best ideas, especially if we can combine that with free CDN from the Cloudflare company.

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How to build GraphQL API tutorial - Express.js course Lesson 1

Intro to how to build GraphQL API tutorial In the first lesson of the Express.JS course, we’ll focus on building a GraphQL API tutorial with typescript. Express.js is one of Node.JS’s most popular frameworks, which helps us create a backend for our application with the usage of Javascript or Typescript. It’s convenient because we can do full-stack development with only knowledge of the Javascript. Don’t worry if you don’t know Javascript yet, we created a course that will help you learn that excellent programming language.

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Kotlin course with building Android AR app - Lesson1: How to setup Android Studio and ARCore for an augmented reality project

Intro Today we will start the Kotlin course, where we will build the Android augmented reality mobile app. As most of today’s lessons, we will learn how to setup Android Studio with ARCore for augmented reality projects. Kotlin programming language is one of the most popular now. Kotlin is similar to Java and strongly cooperates with that language, but I would say, Kotlin gives us much bigger opportunities. In Kotlin, we can build not only back-end but also cross-platform mobile applications, work with data-science, do pure android development, and even do web development.

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Golang Course With Building a Fintech Banking App - Lesson 6: DB connection pool and Transactions History

Intro In the 6th lesson of the golang course, we will talk about the Golang DB connection pool and transaction history. In the previous lessons, we built some features that made our project bigger. Here you can find the five previous lessons: In the previous episodes of the Course, we learned how to do migrations: Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 1: Start the project

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