The Serverless Framework

Today we have Cloud based services, which has taken over completely the legacy server hosting paradigm. Today we believe in focussing on code, and factors of scalability and server management are being taken care of very effectively by cloud providers.
Keeping a dedicated server is completely under your IT team observation so you need competence to manage the server yourself. You may need to spend for the technical or professional assistance to help manage the server.

Node.js Quick Reference Guide

  • Node.js is not a programming language. It’s not even a framework. It’s a runtime environment, written in C++,
    which uses Google Chrome’s V8 engine. It was devised to run JavaScript outside of Web Browsers on backend servers.
    Web browsers have JavaScript engines, which allow execution of JavaScript codes inside them.
    Internet Explorer has Chakra, Mozilla has SpiderMonkey and Google Chrome has V8 engine for JavaScript execution in these browsers.

  • Node.js uses single thread. That single thread serves different i/o requests. While processing for one i/o request is going on, our single thread can go and serve other i/o request.
    Node server can be used for Data/I/O related purposes. But not in scenarios where we need to have bigger computational power of CPU.
    By default, Node is asynchronous. But it can works both ways - synchronous as well as asynchronous.

What’s Markdown?

Markdown is a lightweight markup language that we can use to add formatting elements to plain text documents. Unlike WYSIWYG, we don’t get to see formatting changes immediately. When we create a Markdown-formatted file (which has extension .md or .markdown), we add Markdown syntax to our text to indicate which words and phrases should look different.

Hello World!

Welcome to my very first post.

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Hexo is an amazing tool, which I am amazed to see how easily converts my website codebase into static files. Deploying static files was never this easy, and cheap (call it completely free!) with GitHub pages.