Ember FastBoot, Lazy loading with Vue, Apollo Server, and more
When a Vue app gets large, lazy loading components, routes or Vuex modules using Webpack’s code splitting will boost it by loading pieces of code only when needed.
Apollo Server is a community-maintained, open-source GraphQL server. It works with all Node.js HTTP server frameworks: Express, Connect, Hapi, Koa, AWS Lambda, Restify and Micro. It is built on top of the graphql-js reference implementation.
At the end of the day, we want the whole thing, but while developing with hot reload and all, we don’t want to take the time to make every component on every change since it’s pretty expensive.
TubeAlert is a web site intended to be a quick indicator of the status of the London Underground. It has a no-nonsense interface to give the answer immediately. It also allows the user to subscribe to a tube line and time slot to be alerted to any disruptions. It is all built on the open web from a simple webpage with progressive enhancement up to full progressive web app that can be added to the home screen. The goal was to build the full feature-set as cheaply as possible. This article is a case study documenting the techniques and tactics used as well as the technologies in play such as NodeJS, React, Service worker, Webpack, Serverless, Travis, AWS Lambda / S3 / DynamoDb / Cloudformation / Cloudwatch.
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