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Blogs about Back-end web development

14 blogs about Back-end web development.

  1. Adam Johnson
    I'm an author and solo consultant working with Ansible, AWS, Django, and Python. 🇬🇧 More info

    Shell commands to paste from the clipboard
    The clipboard is an easy way to transfer data into the command line from other tools. Use your system’s “paste from clipboard” command to pipe data into other commands for processing. (See also my “copy …
    By Adam Johnson, 111 words
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    River: a Fast, Robust Job Queue for Go + Postgres
    Years ago I wrote about my trouble with a job queue in Postgres, in which table bloat caused by long-running queries slowed down the workers’ capacity to lock jobs as they hunted across millions of …
    By Brandur Leach, 1,626 words
  3. Dusted Codes
    Programming Adventures. By Dustin Moris Gorski. 🇬🇧 More info

    .NET Blazor
    .NET Blazor has been touted as a revolutionary framework that allows .NET developers to build interactive web applications using C# instead of JavaScript. It's mainly aimed at ASP.NET Core developers who want to build SPA-like …
    By s (Dustin Moris Gorski, 2,532 words
  4. James Brooks - Articles
    Sometimes I write things and put them here. 🇬🇧 More info

    Laravel Artisan Cheatsheet API
    In October 2023, I updated the Laravel Artisan Cheatsheet to Nuxt 3.x. Along with several other changes, I wanted to add a new feature to the site, an API. Versions The /api/versions endpoint simply lists …
    By James Brooks, 241 words
  5. The Laravel Blog
    By Taylor Otwell, James Brooks, Dries Vints, Joe Dixon, Nuno Maduro. 🇧🇪 🇬🇧 🇵🇹 🇺🇸 More info

    Spark 5.0 Now Available
    We're happy to announce the immediate availablity of [Spark 5.0]( for both Paddle and Stripe. Spark Paddle 5.0 introduces support for Paddle Billing, Paddle's next-generation billing API. New Laravel applications can utilize Spark to quickly …
    By Dries Vints, 49 words
  6. Matt's Dev Blog
    Matt's blog on backend web development. By Matt Segal. 🇦🇺 More info

    How I hunt down (and fix) errors in production
    Once you’ve deployed your web app to prod there is a moment of satisfaction: a brief respite where you can reflect on your hard work. You sit, adoringly refreshing the homepage of to watch …
    By Matthew Segal, 1,739 words
  7. Michael's Blog
    The personal website and blog of Michael Hebblethwaite, a web developer based in Nagoya, Japan. 🇯🇵 More info

    Make your code easy to run
    Today, I want to write about steps you can take to make your take home test easy to run, and win brownie points with reviewers. I spent a lot of time in the last half …
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  8. The Pallets Projects
    A collection of Python web development libraries that are associated with the Flask microframework. More info

    Blinker 1.6 Released
    Signalling allows for applications to be decoupled by allowing designated receivers to be informed when an action has taken place (the signal). Flask and Quart both utilise the excellent Blinker library to support signals and …
    By P G Jones, 129 words
  9. Patrick D'appollonio
    Notes about engineering, programming, Kubernetes, go, infra-as-code and other interesting things. More info

    Cultural differences between Chile and USA (and North America)
    On August 2014 I made one of the most difficult choices of my life: I left my home country, my family, my friends and everything I knew to move to the United States. I arrived …
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  10. PHP.Watch
    A source for PHP News, upcoming changes to the language core and extensions, and articles. By Ayesh Karunaratne. More info

    AEGIS Encryption with PHP Sodium Extension
    The Sodium extension in PHP 8.4 now supports `AEGIS-128L` and `AEGIS256` Authenticated Encryption ciphers. They are significantly faster than `AES-GCM` and `CHACHA20-POLY1305`. This article benchmarks them and explains how to securely encrypt and decrypt data …
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  11. RailsNotes
    A collection of the Ruby on Rails guides you wished you had, when you were first starting out. By Harrison Broadbent. 🇦🇺 More info

    A decent VS Code + Ruby on Rails setup
    Setting up VS Code for Ruby on Rails development can be tricky, so I wrote this article to help. In it, I share different VS Code extensions for things like autocomplete, linting, formatting and more! …
    By Harrison Broadbent, 57 words
  12. Rock and Null
    Tech, software and whatever comes to mind. More info

    Non-sequential IDs matter in Django
    In the world of software development, unique identifiers (IDs) play a crucial role in managing and accessing data. While Django models typically use auto-incrementing integer IDs by default, this approach can pose security and privacy …
    By Mike Yerou, 278 words
  13. /var/
    Various programming stuff. By Serafeim Papastefanos. 🇬🇷 More info

    A simple OpenID connect tutorial
    A simple tutorial for OpenID connect using only HTTP requests
    By Serafeim Papastefanos, 14 words
  14. Weblog archive
    By James Bennett. 🇺🇸 More info

    Know your Python container types
    This is the last of a series of posts I’m doing as a sort of Python/Django Advent calendar, offering a small tip or piece of information each day from the first Sunday of Advent through …
    By James Bennett, 83 words