This week we have lots of community updates on technical content from Webiny, Hacktoberfest, and last weeks GitHub trending . Let's start ⚡️🙌
The AWS Lambda service allows us to easily deploy and run our own code, without worrying too much about the underlying infrastructure (when compared to non-serverless technologies).
But, there are still a couple of useful tricks to know, when it comes to making your code execute as fast as possible, which is especially important when creating synchronous workflows like for example HTTP APIs.
Nowadays, JSON Web Tokens are the most common way of proving identity information to APIs.
Learn about the experiences we've had at Webiny - some not-so-simple problems we've encountered and what we've learned in the process ⚡️ ⬇️
Check out the hackernoon publication here 🚀
Last weekend Webiny went to the space 🚀
Trending on GitHub with the
TypeScript tag on 17th of October.
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Let’s start the update by giving a shout out to our new contributor 👏
Contributing to open source can be a rewarding way to learn, teach, and build experience in just about any skill you can imagine. - Why contribute to open-source?
Are you into Serverless Development❓ Have you heard about the easiest way to adopt Serverless⁉️
Join us on building the leading framework for Serverless Development❗️❗️ Check out the hacktoberfest issues here 🚀
Start your hacktoberfest journey with Webiny by:
- Signing up on the hacktoberfest site
- Joining Webiny Slack Community, and
- Following the CONTRIBUTING steps to set up Webiny in your local machine ⚡️ ⚡️ ⚡️
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- ✅ Developer-friendly environment
- ✅ Open Source Project
- ✅ Community 💛 Join us today
We encourage everyone to get involved and contribute, regardless of their experience level. Read the contributing guide, and if you still run into problems, just give us a ping on Slack, we will help you out.
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Since we are a small team, in this role, you’ll have a significant opportunity to directly influence the technical and product design choices we will make.