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Building a Next JS PWA using next-pwa and service worker
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KaiOS: Everything you need to know
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Creational Design Patterns using Typescript
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RAIL: A Framework to measure performance
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Enhance Your Routine DB Activities With Django's ORM
Database transactions have never been trivial in our groove of building efficient web applications. They play a major role - dictating performance almost single-handedly in data-intensive applications. There are, however, some nearly hidden approaches that aren't part of our routine development yet. These could enhance our interactions with the database and, inwardly, give us the chance to unleash all the power of Django's ORM. I had a chance to play around with these simple yet interesting methods recently and made some interesting discoveries. Let's dive in!
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Steering Django Towards an Async World
Adding async support to Django is meant to make it performant, and allow users to run tasks concurrently by overcoming inefficient threading. Because Django has been synchronous for a long time now, its community couldn't unravel its capabilities in asynchronous programming. So, in addition to improving its performance, it also aims to unlock capabilities for the community in the async world!