Agile web and app development

Apiumhub BLOG 15

Advanced bunkerization

Introduction In this article, I want to delve into some additional measures to the ones I exposed in my first article, which add a fairly high level of control and protection of systems within our house. I will leave to … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 18

Remix vs Next.js which one should you use?

Nowadays we have many different framework options when we want to create a new web project based on React. As a developer, you can find yourself struggling to know which one should you choose or which one would best suit … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 5

Native Dependency Injection in Swift

In this article we are going to go through a couple of solutions to a common problem when developing mobile applications, and this is Dependency Injection. We all saw a project that was calling singleton classes from any part of … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 7

Mock your UI tests with Wiremock

Environment inconvenients The reliability of the automated tests must be one of the most important points to take into account when we decide to bring the automation to our project. In order to obtain a real result from our tests … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 2

The importance of Code Reviews

Introduction Code reviews were introduced with the intention of improving code quality, developers review each other’s code during a code review to ensure software quality, usually prior to merging the code. Code review helps the team identify potential flaws that … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 15

Liquibase on Kubernetes

Context, motivation and theory We have a microservices environment with Kubernetes(k8s), in which we develop a service that requires a database. We decided to do the migration management of the database using Liquibase. Eventually, we realized that some deploys left … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 2 1

Stow: Alacritty

I’ve been working on mac for many years with the same terminal: iTerm2. It is well known by the mac community and not for less, a terminal is not that it has much work to do but the little it … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 5

Complex navigation in SwiftUI

Navigation in SwiftUI has been a major focus of the framework from day one, however when we tried to create an app that had a bit more navigation and view complexity we ran into the first problems. Given the importance … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 17

Managing dotfiles with stow

As a programmer, much of our time at work is spent developing code (and attending meetings, of course. ) So much, that we usually spend a lot of time configuring the toolset that we use on a daily basis. We … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 20

Introduction to Perceptual Hashes: Measuring Similarity

Introduction Checking if files are identical is an exceedingly-trivial task – it is possible to directly compare all their bytes or perhaps compute a hash of each file and compare those values -but trying to compare the similarity of files’ … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 14

Migrating React JS project to Next JS

In this article, we assume that you know the basics of Next.js.To understand what Next JS is, the benefits of SSR (Server Side Rendering), and a comparison with Gatsby and Express, you can read this article Next.js. Why migrate to … Read More

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Git submodules

General overview This article is based on Git Submodules (Git tools) and real implementation in a production-grade application with several µ-monoliths calling each other via REST APIS.  So, in this article, we’ll see a simplified example of a Spring RestTemplate … Read More

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