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Bundling and Distributing Next.js Sites via NPM

Engineering 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-06-03

"Or, how to make your NPM packages 300mb smaller with this one strange trick!"

Why do database columns have a character length of 191?

Engineering Notes 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-05-14

"`varchar(191)` is such an odd number - how did we get here?"

Google Cloud Run does not support Background Jobs

Engineering Notes 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-04-13

"Google Cloud Run is a great platform as a service, but not for background jobs"

Don’t use underscores in your HTTP Headers

Engineering Notes 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-03-17

"...at least according to AWS and Nginx!"

Dialect differences between SQLite and Postgres in Sequelize

Notes Engineering 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-03-04

"Grouparoo works with both SQLite and Postgres databases. This post shares what we've learned about the differences."

Gifit: Convert Screen Recordings to easy-to-share Animated gifs

Engineering Notes 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-02-12

"With open source tools, you can easily share and embed your screen recordings"

Deferring Side-Effects in Node.js until the End of a Transaction

Engineering 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-01-21

"Using AsyncHooks, you can collect side-effects within a database transaction and only run them if the transaction succeeds"

Developing Grouparoo on macOS Big Sur

Notes Engineering 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2020-11-13

"How to run a Typescript app on macOS Big Sur"

Hubspot Destination

Connections Engineering 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2020-11-06

"Use Grouparoo to sync your customer data to Hubspot."

Using Typescript to create a Robust API between your frontend and backend

Engineering 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2020-10-16

"Use Typescript to more tightly couple your React apps to your API"


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