Categoria: Tropeçando

  • Tropeçando 104

    CASL CASL (pronounced /ˈkæsəl/, like castle) is an isomorphic authorization JavaScript library which restricts what resources a given client is allowed to access. It’s designed to be incrementally adoptable and can easily scale between a simple claim based and fully featured subject and attribute based authorization. It makes it easy to manage and share permissions […]

  • Tropeçando 102

    OWASP TOP 10 Each year, OWASP (the Open Web Application Security Project) publishes the top ten security vulnerabilities. It represents a broad consensus about the most critical security risks to web applications. Click through on the lessons below to learn more about how to protect against each security risk. Your Product Owner Is Not Your […]

  • Tropeçando 101

    Minimal safe Bash script template Bash scripts. Almost anyone needs to write one sooner or later. Almost no one says “yeah, I love writing them”. And that’s why almost everyone is putting low attention while writing them. I won’t try to make you a Bash expert (since I’m not a one either), but I will […]

  • Tropeçando 100

    How Exception to the Convention Does More Harm than Good We have a project, and to make it easier, we use specific standards. E.g., we use spaces in every file. But sometimes, we get to a situation when these standards are stressful. We don’t understand them and just want them to bend over. How does […]

  • Tropeçando 99

    Diataxis A SYSTEMATIC FRAMEWORK FOR TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION AUTHORING. The Diátaxis framework aims to solve the problem of structure in technical documentation. It adopts a systematic approach to understanding the needs of documentation users in their cycle of interaction with a product. Conventional Commits The Conventional Commits specification is a lightweight convention on top of commit […]

  • Tropeçando 98

    (Operating Lambda: Debugging code – Part 1)[https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/compute/operating-lambda-debugging-code-part-1/] (Operating Lambda: Debugging configurations – Part 2)[https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/compute/operating-lambda-debugging-configurations-part-2/] (Operating Lambda: Debugging configurations – Part 3)[https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/compute/operating-lambda-debugging-integrations-part-3/ In the Operating Lambda series, I cover important topics for developers, architects, and systems administrators who are managing AWS Lambda-based applications. This three-part series discusses core debugging concepts for Lambda-based applications. (Those pesky pull […]

  • Tropeçando 97

    The Missing Guide to AWS API Gateway Access Logs In this post, we’re continuing the deep dive on API Gateway. Here, we’ll be looking at API Gateway access logging. Access logging can save your bacon when debugging a gnarly API Gateway issue, but you need to understand some nuance before you can use it correctly. […]

  • Tropeçando 96

    Refinement Code Review With the right environment, I can look a bit of code written six months ago, see some problems with how it’s written, and quickly fix them. This may be because this code was flawed when it was written, or that changes in the code base since led to the code no longer […]

  • Tropeçando 95

    Windy – TailwindCSS Transform every element on any website into Tailwind CSS AWS Workshops This website lists workshops created by the teams at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Workshops are hands-on events designed to teach or introduce practical skills, techniques, or concepts which you can use to solve business problems. Well-Architected AWS The Well-Architected framework has been developed […]

  • Tropeçando 94

    https://extendsclass.com/ ExtendsClass provides tools directly usable in a browser. It saves you from having to install add-ons to your browser in order to add features. You have at your disposal syntax validators, code formatters, testers, HTTP clients, mock server, but also a SQLite browser. These are small and easy-to-use tools that can help when you do […]