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RedwoodJS is a full-stack serverless web application framework built by Tom Preston Werner (co-founder of GitHub) et al. This framework provides the mechanism to build JAMstack applications very fast. Such applications can be deployed with ease just with a git push command.
RedwoodJS is a full-stack React app, this means that the front-end and the back-end are all handled in one place. The frontend is a React app that can be deployed to the cloud or CDNs. The back-end is a GraphQL API that can be hosted anywhere and can be called from external or internal services.
Blitz.js is an awesome framework, it makes the job easier for devs. We learned a lot here. We started with introducing Blitz.js, detailing its great features and also how to install it. Next, we demonstrated how to use the various features of Blitzjs by creating a minimal banking admin app just like Finacle. Yes, the bank app we built here lacks so many features. I urge you to keep going from this point, it's a great way of learning a new tool and picking up on it very fast.
Blitz.js is a full-stack React framework with a zero-API data layer built on Next.js and inspired by Ruby on Rails. Blitz.js uses the concept of the "Zero-API" data layer. This Zero-API enables us to add server code in the React components, Blitz.js will generate the HTTP API at build time. This removes the need of adding API endpoints in our project and making an HTTP request to them via the client-side.
In our rapidly changing technology landscape, it can be difficult to maintain a competitive advantage. Challenges present themselves daily and staying ahead of your competition can feel daunting. At the INTERACT conference for engineering leaders on September 30th, we’ll be exploring two of the most impactful ways that have emerged for companies to differentiate themselves - streamlining engineering processes and maintaining high developer velocity.