Python REST frameworks performance comparison

08.2020

Python REST frameworks performance comparison

Modern DevOps solutions allow us to scale the applications quickly. Scaling doesn’t always mean that we are slowly gaining customers and need to add more instances or servers. Scaling up can also happen periodically as the demand for our app might be higher in the evening or during the weekends.

08.2020

Basic TypeScript types

To make your code more predictable and readable you can set types of your variables, functions (arguments and return values), etc.In this post I will show you basic Typescript types and how to use them. What is TypeScript? TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript which provides optional static typing, interfaces, and classes. Is TypeScript worth […]

08.2020

What’s new in Vue 3

Vue 3 will be released soon with many interesting improvements. In this article, we’ll take a look at new features with code examples. Vue 3 applications are going to be around 50% smaller (10kB) than Vue 2, better structured and more maintainable. Also Virtual DOM got rewritten for better performance. Probably the most exciting feature […]

07.2020

Docker-compose commands for container management

The docker-compose is a useful tool for orchestrating multi-container Docker applications. It allows us to run applications based on a YAML file. This file is a list of instructions that define the parameters of the launched applications.

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07.2020

VueJS unit testing config with examples

In this article, I will show how to configure unit testing in a VueJS project. Then, I’ll show you a working example of how you can write tests for your own components.

07.2020

Routing order in aiohttp library in Python

In the Grandmetric development team, we regularly use the aiohttp library as our asynchronous HTTP client/server for Python. This D&C shows how to use and register request handlers in the aiohttp application. In particular, we would like to focus on paths order. That’s why you might find other solutions simplified for the sake of our […]

06.2020

Wi-Fi 6: Q&A

What is Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE802.11ax)? How does it compare to Wi-Fi 5 (IEEE802.11ac)? Will older phones connect to Wi-Fi 6? The post combines the most frequently asked questions about Wi-Fi 6.

05.2020

Dual Connectivity – Practical Aspects

You may wonder why I’m writing about Dual Connectivity. After all, it comes from LTE in Rel-12, when we are currently within the Rel-16/17 timeframe. The reason for this is that the DC from LTE is treated as a baseline. The enhanced version is incorporated within 5G as one of the main features to allow the so-called Multi-RAT DC (MR-DC). If we look from a broader perspective, we have a multitude of use cases for DC, including LTE-DC, NR-DC, LTE-NR-DC, NR-LTE-DC, LWA. Therefore, this post aims at shedding light on the different aspects of DC, being the legacy feature, which can be extrapolated towards the current situation. 

04.2020

VPN remote access with Duo Multi-Factor Authentication. Demo

I am presenting a video showing how Duo can be used as second factor authentication (push app notification in this case) for VPN remote access connections.

Author: Marcin Bialy
03.2020

Adoption of Smart Cities with a Practical Smart Building Implementation (magazine paper)

This is a short overview on Smart Cities and company’s IoT product deployment case study, which is based on the article “Adoption of Smart Cities with a Practical Smart Building Implementation“ [1] by Marcin Dryjański, Mateusz Buczkowski, Youssouf Ould-Cheikh-Mouhamedou, and Adrian Kliks which is a magazine article in IEEE Internet of Things Magazine.   Abstract [1] […]

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