Heroku is a cloud-based, fully-managed platform as a service (Paas) for building, running, and managing apps. The platform is flexible and designed with DX support for you and your team’s preferred development style and to help you stay focused and productive. Developers, teams, and businesses of all sizes use Heroku to deploy, manage, and scale apps. Whether you’re building a simple prototype or a business-critical product, Heroku’s fully-managed platform gives you the simplest path to delivering apps quickly.
Slack is an American cloud-based set of proprietary team collaboration software tools and online services, developed by Slack Technologies. Slack is a workspace where teams can communicate and collaborate. Teamwork in Slack happens in channels — a single place for messaging, tools and files — helping everyone save time and collaborate. One of the awesome features of Slack is Slack Apps, integrations and Slack Bots. A Slack bot is a type of Slack App designed to interact with users via conversation.
Hello, Awesome, Super excited to announce that I’ll be joining the awesome team at Hashnode 🎉🎉 I’ll be handling Developer Relations and my main priority would be building relationships with the super awesome developers using our platform(s) and creating a thriving ecosystem for our own community of developers. At Hashnode, we focus more on inclusion, compassion and collaboration and our mission is to build a community of software developers, collaborating together to build an open and inclusive environment.
Have you ever encountered Git asking you for your username and password every time you try to interact with GitHub even after configuring it? Well, this is a very common problem among users who use the HTTPS clone URL for their repository. In this article, I’ll show you how to fix this. The https:// clone URLs are available on all public and private repositories. These URLs work everywhere, even if you are behind a firewall or proxy.
Git is a Free and Open Source Distributed Version Control System. By far, Git is the most widely used modern version control system in the world today. Git is a distributed and actively maintained open source project originally developed in 2005 by Linus Torvalds, the famous creator of the Linux operating system kernel. Unlike older centralized version control systems such as SVN and CVS, Git is distributed: every developer has the full history of their code repository locally.
C++ is a statically-typed, free-form, (usually) compiled, multi-paradigm, intermediate-level general-purpose middle-level programming language.” In simple terms, C++ is a sophisticated, efficient and general-purpose programming language based on C. It was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup in 1979. One of C++’s main feature is the compiler. This is used to compile and run C++ code. A compiler is a special program that processes statements written in a particular programming language like C++ and turns them into machine language or “code” that a computer’s processor uses.
Forms are interactive elements used to get input from the user for further processing. Most times, forms are just used to receive input that requires no processing but rather just receiving data, this might be a contact form, RSVP, get a quote e.t.c Traditionally, forms are managed with the help of a server (also known as server side), but this is more efficient when you’re processing the data from the form, maybe a user registration form where the form data is validated, authenticated and saved in a database.
I’m sure you’ve come across the word JAMstack before but you probably didn’t understand what it really meant. I’ve seen this word before also but didn’t care to check it out until Egwuenu Gift organized JAMstack Lagos, then I realised that I’ve been building JAMstack applications already. JAMstack is a Modern web development architecture, it is not a programming language or any form of tool. It is more of a web development practice aimed towards enforcing better performance, higher security, lower cost of scaling, and better developer experience.
Google believes that open source is good for everyone. By being open and freely available, it enables and encourages collaboration, development of technology and solving real-world problems. Over the years, Google has created a healthy ecosystem for the sustainability of open source for all via its several communities Beyond the open source software we directly use and release at Google, we also work to support the sustainability of open source organizations and communities.