Serverless is a framework allowing you to deploy “functions” on various different cloud providers such as AWS Lambda or Google Cloud Functions in an easy & automated manner. Terraform allows you to automate the deployment of cloud-specific configurations such as AWS SNS topics, SQS queues, IAM roles, etc…
This article won’t go into the details of Terraform, you can read more in the documentation. The key point is that when “running” your Terraform, you will be able to return values: they are called outputs.
You can get the output variables as a JSON object by running this command:
$ terraform output…
While working at Kamet, I’ve worked with many early-stage ventures. In this article, I will share my thoughts on different paths that startups can take regarding technical architectures.
I believe that a startup should prefer as much as possible a well-decoupled monolith than a micro-services architecture for as long as possible. Given the hype of the “functions” (i.e., serverless), it’s worth clarifying that they count as “micro-services” as they have almost the same characteristics (minus a bit of ops-headache).
We can’t argue that they are super en vogue, probably because they are used successfully by a few global companies like Netflix or Spotify. …
A fair amount of times, while running
react-native link [package] , I have seen the following error:
rnpm-install ERR! Something went wrong while linking. Error: Cannot read property ‘match’ of undefined
Every time, I’ve Googled it but did not find a satisfying answer and continued my way with manually linking the library. It turns out that all you need to do, is to add the following line in your
Podfile after existing
pod '[...] lines:
# Add new pods below this line