aws

On a recent project we were asked by a client if it would be possible to host a React app using serverless technologies, but also ensure that traffic never left their VPC and corporate network.

In this post I'm going to talk about how we achieved this outcome, and how it proved to be more of a challenge than we first thought it would be.

TGRS stands for TypeScript, GraphQL, React and serverless. Over the last couple of years we have successfully built a number of enterprise single-page applications (SPAs) using this stack of technologies, as they complement each other well. In this post I'll talk about what our motivations have been for choosing...

For a long time, relational databases have been the answer to every data persistence need (whether they really suited the solution or not). But in the previous decade, there has been an explosion of different types of database engines. In this post I'm going to...

"Move fast and break things" - an oft-cited Mark Zuckerberg quote - is seen as the catchcry of modern software deployment practises. To be competitive in fast-moving industries where software is central to a companies success, developers and software engineers have had to find ways to push their software faster, while at the same time de-risking the process of doing so.