Articles written outside this blog

This is page contains articles I initially wrote a while back on other platforms. I decided to settle in one place and mostly write from here moving forward

  1. Laravel Eloquent: API Resources
  2. Create Apps visually with the Vue CLI UI tool
  3. Moving from NodeJS to Go
  4. Build CLI Apps with NodeJS
  5. Debugging Go Code with Visual Studio Code
  6. Docker and Visual Studio Code
  7. My Top 8 Visual Studio Code Tips and Tricks
  8. Create a Typing Effect with VueJS: Part 2 - Timer and Score Board
  9. Creating a Typing Effect with VueJS: Part 1
  10. Passport-JWT authentication for Hyperledger Composer Rest Server
  11. Write API Tests with Postman and Newman
  12. How to host a NodeJS App on Digital Ocean
  13. Create a MEAN App with Angular 2 and Docker Compose
  14. MEAN App with Angular 2 and the Angular CLI
  15. Debug a node app inside Visual Studio Code
  16. Documenting your already existing API with Swagger
  17. Debugging Angular Apps with Augury
  18. Build a mobile app with Angular 2 and Ionic 2
  19. Get Laravel Route Parameters in middleware
  20. Debugging Javascript With Chrome Dev Tools

A Look into Remix IDE

We’ve looked at some common things in the Solidity Language Specification in the previous article. We, however, have did not run any code, so we have no idea whether any of the code we’ve written works. We could install the developer tools for writing Solidity into our workstations, but that would require a lot of time initially. When you want to quickly start writing and testing code, the easiest way to do it is using an online IDE. [Read More]

Introduction to Solidity

A Blockchain is a distributed data store with append only operations, secured cryptographically. While this is just one of the definitions, you could think of it as a database, hosted in multiple nodes, which allows writing of data and viewing or querying, but never modifications. This type of structure is often referred to as append-only. NOTE: A more detailed explanation for all the parts of a Blockchain can be found in the Solidity Documentation [Read More]