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Fastify
Fast and low overhead web framework, for Node.js
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Fastify Jul 12
Thanks for the suggestion! How would you envision this kind of information? I fear that there is no easy way to document it, since every project has its own peculiarities.
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avanscoperta Jul 2
What is Enterprise Software? The masterful Technical Director of @NaerForm is about to start his 2-day workshop in Bologna. Have fun and learn a lot! 😎
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Josh English Jun 22
Been slowly going through the book. What's been helpful is also using to build an API using . Writing the routes in Typescript and using rust to handle the DB calls keeping while keeping them secure.
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NearForm Jun 7
👏 How to build and share web app prototypes using and by
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Fastify May 23
Thanks!!! is rewriting and improving our types for v3. You might join the effort in !
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Ethan Arrowood ⛰ May 20
I just submitted a talk about TypeScript and for NodeConf EU 2019! 🚀 Submit your own talk here:
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Skills Matter May 17
NEW 2019 : explores how to take your HTTP server to ludicrous speeds and lower cloud server bills with the help of . Click here for video:http: //bit.ly/2LSmzI4 .js
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Gil Tayar May 16
Replying to @nodejs @fastifyjs
I love express! It was the first major web server library, and still is the most popular, and for a reason. But it is showing its age (async-await support, where are you?), which prompted us to find a replacement. At Applitools, we are slowly replacing Express with !
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NearForm May 9
2019 | talks about and how it has adopted Pipelines for their Continuous Integration, which makes it easier for the project to run tests on each Pull Request. 📹
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Azure DevOps May 7
🔴 Live Now: Moving to Azure Piplines with and
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Fastify May 1
Replying to @brandonpittman
Thanks! 🎉
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Brandon Pittman May 1
The CLI generate command is pretty badass. 🍭
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worker Apr 28
We're excited to welcome Tomas from 🚩 Tomas Della Vedova is focused on JavaScript, Node.js and distributed systems. Tom will teach you in his workshop about &
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Ethan Arrowood ⛰ Apr 24
Does anyone have a non-trivial medium/large project I could run my in-progress refactor against? Totally fine if it’s written in JavaScript!
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Davide D'Antonio Apr 20
Released a new version of create-fastify-app v1.5.0. A that help you to generate or add plugin to your project. 🥳
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Micel Umail Apr 21
One way to master and is to re-type all their examples. (1) You'll see their live actions (2) Muscle memory (3) Confidently saying "Yup I know Svelte/Fastify" 😎
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Ethan Arrowood ⛰ Apr 14
We used ✨ Also, we collaborated strictly over LiveShare for the entire 24 hour hackathon! Worked like a charm and utilized the shared localhost server feature for instantaneous updates as we made changes.
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Fastify Apr 6
Replying to @lxztlr @matteocollina
You’ll need to write a new plugin to forward the request-id header to the next service in the chain. It’s detected on ingress.
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Matteo Collina Apr 5
If you open an issue in an Open Source project, never start with "I need..." - you might be needing something, but you are essentially asking for free support. Be kind. Also remember that support contracts are a thing.
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Fastify Mar 27
Replying to @HeviaRoar
It should be as simple as using app.register(plugin, { prefix: “/something” }). Can you open an issue explaining your case in details?
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