It’s probably obvious, but most modern applications crave data and in many of those scenarios, being able to visualize the data is a necessity. This is where charting and graphs become valuable within frontend applications. Having attractive charts in your application can make a world of difference and with a convenient library like Chart.js, it isn’t complicated.
If you’ve been keeping up, you’ll remember I wrote a tutorial titled, Use Chart.js to Display Attractive Charts in a Vue.js Web Application which focused on Vue.js. This time around we’re going to see how to include charts in an Angular web application.Read More
I recently wrote about getting started with GraphQL in a Golang application, where I discussed the creation of schemas, executing queries, and mutating data, even though it was all mock data. In this example there were queries for related data, but they were constructed in a very independent form.
We’re going to see how to query for related data, similar to what you’d find in a
JOIN operation on a relational database, but using GraphQL and the Go programming language.
As you may or may not know, The Polyglot Developer is currently using Hugo, which is a static site generator. When getting started with Hugo, the themes and documentation don’t say much when it comes to having more than one possible author producing content.
For example, as mentioned in my previous article, this site is always accepting guest contributions for technical content. There have been several tutorials contributed, but when it comes to credit, I want these tutorials to show under the authors name, not my name just because I’m the owner of the blog.
We’re going to see how to work with data templates in Hugo to create and use different authors for different articles.Read More
Charts are a great way to illustrate data within an application. No one likes trying to make sense of raw data or looking at it via a table. Instead a nice bar chart or line graph can paint a perfect picture of what’s going on.
As you’ve probably noticed from the previous few articles, I’ve been doing a lot of development around cryptocurrency wallets using Node.js. Up until now, I’ve only been writing about interacting with different currencies. However, I haven’t discussed how to safely store your wallet information.
When it comes to storing anything sensitive, whether it be cryptocurrency secrets or something else, you must do so safely and securely. For example, the data must be encrypted at rest and decrypted when used.
We’re going to see how to encrypt data with a passphrase using Node.js and decrypt it using that same passphrase when necessary.Read More
A few weeks back I wrote about accepting file uploads in a Node.js application that uses Hapi framework. This was a followup to an article I wrote titled, Upload Files to Node.js Using Angular. What if we wanted to use a different front-end framework instead of Angular?
We’re going to take a look at using FormData and Vue.js to upload files, such as images, to a remote web service. Either of the two web services that we’ve previously created, whether it be with Hapi or Express, will work for this example.Read More
I am pleased to announce that the latest episode of The Polyglot Developer Podcast is now available to download from all the popular podcasting networks. In this episode titled, Authorizing Access with OAuth, I’m joined by Ryan Chenkie from Auth0 to talk about OAuth and how it can be used to authorize access to your data by third-party applications.Read More