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Web development is a broad term for the work involved in developing a web site for the World Wide Web or an intranet.

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Can data insertion be made to two related tables at once?

I've created two tables named: evaluation_details and visits. Users can make an evaluation within the website to any department they want and while doing so, they can put date and the time they ...
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Single-Page vs Multi-Page and Client-Side vs Server-Side

I am currently researching the benefits and disadvantages of SPA (Single-Page Applications) vs MPA (Multi-Page Applications). Having established that MPA is more suitable for my project, I proceeded ...
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Is there a need to add web sockets for push notifications

Currently we have an application that, upon certain events, will send notifications to users. We use SQS to handle the actual delivery of the notifications. As an example, when a user registers an ...
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Is it a good practice to always apply CSS styles to the innermost nested element? [on hold]

Let's say you want to center the text here: <div class="wrapper"> <div class="content"> <p class="body"> GUCCI GANG, GUCCI GANG, GUCCI GANG, GUCCI GANG, ...
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How can I avoid using global variables in simple Javascript SPA?

To learn Javascript I am building a simple Single-Page Application. It is a basic slideshow app that needs only to process some basic settings and execute some behaviors. The basic structure of my ...
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Can we create an architecture for a static web application [closed]

I want to know whether we can create an architectural design for a static web application or not. I don't know is this a bad question. But I searched all over the internet, but I could not get a clear ...
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Java web development

I started to develop web applications not so long ago, and therefore there are a lot of unknown things in this field for me. My question concerns web development using the Java language. Assume that ...
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Creating a simple web page for member submission [closed]

I worked only with Java Backend before, so at the first time doing web dev, i have some questions. Goal : To create a simple website where user can register information and save it into database. My ...
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Collecting statistics and estimation of Web site modernisation

What is it called, the discipline of conducting a study of modernisation of an application currently in production? Indeed, the Website is static, and they intention is to convert it to Angular. I ...
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how to provide search feature on website with ASP.net application

I have an old website (https://www.recordsforliving.com/) with a search feature. Up until recently, it was running on Windows 2012 server, and used Microsoft Index Server, and ... OleDbConnection ...
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How to create a router-like configuration page on Raspberry PI?

We have a Raspberry PI (with raspbian OS) that runs some application, this application uses a local configuration file that contains some data like username, password, server url etc. We will provide ...
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How to split Full Stack Development across Team

I am starting with Fullstack development with 4 member team. I am not sure how divide the work among team members. Is the work to be split vertically, functionality wise or split horizontally (back-...
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Is my approach to dynamically populating web content ok?

I'm porting my JavaFX application to a web based version, which I'm new to. In my web app the user can search the server database for records. At present I've chosen to present the records in a ...
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What is the development process for FaaS like?

I've been looking into AWS Lambda and FaaS deployment as a whole recently. It looks pretty cool and I get the functional concepts behind it; however, there are still some things that bother me. Using ...
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Separating API server from HTTP server is really worth to have?

First of all, I would like to tell you guys to understand my English skill even if it's miserable to read it. I'm really trying to learn English nowadays. - I'm currently developing a web community ...
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Developing and debugging microservices locally

The use case: I am working on a microservice based architecture and I am wondering how I am supposed to debug a microservice (with my IDE attached to it) on my local machine where I develop it. The ...
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API Architecture: Should the API update the database on it's own? Or should there be another service to tell it to update the database?

I am working on a project which has a requirement to records in the database every day. I currently have a REST API which does the usual CRUD functions. Should I create a service within the ...
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Mobile app for existing responsive web app?

I have an existing enterprise application that lives on a lamp stack (not single page app). All html is responsive using twitter bootstrap. The question of sending push notifications to mobile devices ...
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How would the customer edit the website you've sold to him?

I am pretty sure that in one month, I can create a website semi to professional with really good design, functionality and security. I have made quite a few researches and I have found websites where ...
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How are site-creation services built?

I have always wondered how sites like Blogger, Wordpress.com, Forumotion, Jcink or Forumatic (shut down) work but I can't seem to grasp an idea about how they're internally made. At first sight they ...
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Why is one way data flow (eg. React, Vue, Angular) faster than two way data binding with dirty checking?

I understand that two way data binding can be expensive and slow. For example, imagine a toy grocery list app that lets you list grocery items and their prices, and shows you the sum of the prices (...
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How does the concept of http middleware differ from events?

I've been thinking about the most optimal way to implement middleware in my web application and it got me thinking, how is middleware any different from events? Let's say that before a controller ...
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pixels aside, how to cross the uncanny valley of hybrid apps? (performance)

I see the top drawbacks of hybrid (webview/dom) apps, compared to native, as the following, in order time to startup/launch smooth frame rates (no jank) responsiveness to input, instantaneous are ...
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How far do you go in server-side validation of POST/GET requests?

Our application had a few vulnerabilities detected by AppScan and we had to add server-side validation to catch SQL injection attempts. But my question is, how far do you go in server-side ...
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How can a web app work correctly when Internet connection is lost for some hours?

Our team wants to design a Web-Based retail pharmacy management system. A web based solution is good because no user installations are needed. Some of the data fetched from central database are read-...
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Performance on highly filterable web pages

In our application we have a page were we list our entities with many options to filter and to search. Over time this page got slower and slower especially for large datasets, so we thought about how ...
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How to make the most out of a beginner-level development team?

I now find myself in a scenario, mentoring no more than 8 beginner-level developers and tasked with the development of a reasonably complex SPA website. It is to be developed using React (which the ...
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Can I have a client-side-only web application keep OAuth tokens?

I'm only a student, so forgive me if my understanding is poor or my ideas poorly expressed. I want to create a purely client-side browser application that works with the user's Dropbox account. They ...
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Validate JSON on server side

I'm working on Web Application (ASP.Net MVC) that will allow users to edit a JSON object in the browser and save it to database. To do so, JSON object will be sent from view to server side (...
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What is the standard method of handling errors in a NodeJS web app?

I am currently working on a web application as a learning project, which has a NodeJS backend and uses a MongoDB database; however, I believe my question is not specific to the technologies I am using....
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How can I handle slow loading of images in react?

I have the following problem. I have a react application that needs to load a grid of individual small, fixed size images, up to a few hundreds (think a 20x20 grid where each cell is a 100x100 image). ...
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Rendering and holding state changes in a web app with functional programming

Let's say you have a tic-tac-toe app. There's the game state which can be represented by an array of size 9. There's your "reducer" computes new state from old state and player actions. Then there's ...
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How to design a UI in a browser and simulate various background colors of a 3D app?

I'm working on a new UI for a 3D web app. The app is not ready for the UI to be wired up, so I'm developing just using a web browser for a while. I don't want to design everything with a white ...
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Testing REST API with nested object creation and endpoint transactionality

I'm building a location based REST API using Spring Boot, and I have run into a bit of a testing philosophy question. I have an object called Location that, among other things, requires a Google ...
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MPA vs SPA for first-load performance & meta tags?

Let there be a static web application. Let the following be a priority: First loading time (ignore cache etc) User experience Search Engine Optimization (meta tags & bot friendliness) When ...
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When is it better to optimize a software for better performance, at the beginning or at the end of the development?

I'm a junior software developer and I was wondering when would be the best time to optimize a software for better performance (speed). Assuming the software is not extremely large and complex to ...
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Web Application in Cloud, how to organise customizations and main releases with our client?

Context : We have deployed a cloud solution ERP (Acumatica) for one of our client. There is only one dedicated Production server on the cloud hosting the app. We have our own local server to ...
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Refactor Django application - split monolith into REST API and frontend

I am in the process of refactoring a Django web app. It is written in the usual MVT style, and I would like to change this for a REST + frontend approach. In my first iteration I would like to do as ...
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Is it a best practice to use a mocking service for testing http requests?

Is it better to unit test using a mock library like 'nock' (nodejs) or to just test the server's http requests directly? Here is an example of my Express server test for testing if my server is up ...
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Is there a limit of requests that an Apache server can make and wait for response?

Let say I have an Apache server that needs data from external API before serving the page. I wonder if there is a limit of requests an Apache server can make and wait for response. Or does it depend ...
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How do you handle JWT expiration for long running calls?

Currently we are debating over securing our multiple micro-services. The major concern is that the JWT token provided to us will expire before the call is finished. (This is in the synchronous design) ...
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What does it mean, “Php doesn't have its own runtime”?

Speaking of php. It doesn't really have its own runtime in compare to python, ruby or go. Php is jsut a text preprocessor. What exactly does it mean by, Php doesn't have runtime?
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Wrapping microservices HTML result in parent page

I have a set of microservices which provide HTML pages meant for user-interaction and are pretty much stand-alone applications. These need to be "wrapped" by a Java-powered parent website which ...
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Why are web applications said to be in “production” when in reality they are in “release” or “published”? [duplicate]

The definition of production seems to contradict what web developers consider an application in production to be. Why is the term in release or published not used instead? I have been in professional ...
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Can we build mobile app using JavaScript (NOT Java)? [closed]

I'm confused I use to build mobile app couple of years ago and I know that android is java I read some framework like Ionic HTML/JavaScript Framework that can export to mobile app. I going to have ...
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How do websites/apps deal with so many people online at once? [closed]

I’ve been wondering about this for a little bit, but I couldn’t find much info on Google. What do big websites like YouTube do to manage all the traffic they get without their website slowing down? ...
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Scalable design for a web application [closed]

My apologies if this is the wrong stack exchange site for this question. Please, let me know if I should ask this in a different place. I have recently went to a interview. The interview was for the ...
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Best practices for developing NuGet package alongside consumer?

I'm writing a NuGet package mainly for data access and utility functions that is going to be consumed by multiple web applications, but there will be one main web application that is going to drive ...
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How do I start using Git for differing code bases from different servers?

Background: I've recently inherited a set of projects at my company and I'm trying to sort out some fundamental issues with how they've been handled. Namely, the previous developers (who are no longer ...
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Should checkins into the Master Branch be clean?

We had a debate on our team about how clean the Master branch should be. The application is written and maintained by two people, me (a developer) and a GUI/UX designer. The GUI/UX designer does a ...