Linux has a treasure trove of utilities that allows you to keep tabs on whats hitting your performance. More on bash later where you can almost automate and create workflows.
In order to effectively measure HTTP based application performance, it is important to understand what happens when you type a URL in a browser and hit enter.
0 P-22: Rest in Peace Iconic L.A. mountain lion euthanized after ‘extraordinary life I first saw the picture of P-22 in front of the Hollywood sign on the National Geographic Magazine Cover a few years back. It was a fascinating story of how a Mountain Lion (P-22) survived crossing
Came across this gem of a repo on Github today - How to learn modern Rust. This repo has some great collection for you to get started on rust to implementing some complex projects. What a great repo. Instant start and bookmark.
DacheQL is a lightweight caching tool for GraphQL. I loved their Demo gif.
I absolutely love IconFactory's apps. I use at least 2 or 3 of them on almost a daily basis. Iconfactory's developer Craig Hockenberry announced a new app recently and it home for me. The Mac and Web have a long history together. From the very beginning, Mac OS X included
Off late I have been dealing with API at work and home, REST and GraphQL. Came across this fantastic utility today - gqt. It's a simple GraphQL client, but runs in the terminal. Using this in Visual Studio Code's Terminal is so helpful when you don't have to switch windows
Came across Markdoc today, made by Stripe. Stripe is know for its excellent developer documentation - well it has to be, its probably the most important feature for the company. If you go through their documentation is not just a good reference guide, but they also allow you to interact
Came across an interesting library (or tool) - mitmproxy2swagger that reverse-engineers REST API just by running the web app and sniffing traffic in the background. Once you are done, the tool allows you to download a yaml file. Open up the file in Swagger and voilà! Beautifully formatted API endpoint.
Having worked on Linux early in my career, it is hard to get away from the cli. I continue using cli as much as I can and am constantly on the look out of tools that can make my life easier. Last week, I came across The Fuck utility. This