Category: Performance

  • Virtual Coffee With NearForm Director of DevOps, Alex Knol

    Alex has lived an interesting life. Born in Holland, he lived a little while in North Carolina. Upon moving back to Europe, he desired a warmer climate, so he and his wife moved to a property a few kilometers outside of a small Spanish town, overlooking the Mediterranean.  Now, Alex lives completely off the grid,...
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  • Is a high-performing data architecture top of your digital agenda?

    Conor O’Neill, Chief Product Officer at NearForm, recently spoke to the IT Directors Forum in the UK on how a high-performing data architecture can drive overall business performance and value – and what characteristics that architecture most needs.  There has been much talked about the importance of security, availability, integration, analysis and access when it…

  • On-Demand Webinar: Creating an Environment for Accelerated Innovation

    Getting innovation right continues to challenge large organizations across industry verticals.  But there are key lessons to take from enterprises who have successfully pioneered new products and services, in new markets, using new tools: truly transformational innovation that doesn't just deliver a great customer experience, but that also builds and changes the core capabilities of the...
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  • Meet the NearForm team at FullStack London 2019!

    FullStack 2019 returns to London in its sixth edition from July 10-12th. Now hosted at the Business Design Centre, FullStack London has been growing each year and still remains the best place to connect with the international JavaScript community! If you’re heading along be sure to check out the talks and workshops from the NearForm…

    Leanne Vaughey
  • Future-of-webapps

    The Future of WebApps and the winners at FinJS & FinTech World Forum 12 years later

    This week I was lucky enough to attend both FinJS and the FinTech World Forum in London – two very different events but with lots of crossovers. A fun aspect for me about the latter was that it was held in the Kensington Conference Centre. The last time I was there was in 2007 for…

  • Meet the team at FullStack New York!

    The NearForm team will be at Fullstack NYC on 16th and 17th May to talk about high-performance Full-stack frameworks & tools including Node.js, Fastify, PWAs, Speeding up React SSR with ESX, React Hooks and Clinic.js and to offer a glimpse at our high-performing web applications designed for the future of banking. Matteo Collina, Technical Director,…

    Leanne Vaughey
  • Speeding up React SSR: Announcing ESX

      React is a hugely popular frontend framework that revolutionised the frontend development world. As a Principal Architect and Consultant at NearForm, it has become painfully clear that React’s Server-Side Rendering (SSR) is a performance bottleneck for web backends around the world. ESX presents a simple solution that can be dropped into pre-existing React applications…

  • Does your Digital Customer Experience need more than a lick of paint?

    Companies who obsess about delivering a superb customer experience – frictionless digital services included – are best equipped to drive loyalty and win lifelong brand advocates. But where should a company begin when they realize they have a customer experience problem? We have first-hand experience in helping many leading global brands make that step-change and…

  • node-clinic

    Node.js meetup – Node Clinic from NearForm

    We had another great crowd at our Node.js Dublin meetup in September. Hosted in the Microsoft building in Leopardstown, Matteo Collina featured a profile of Node Clinic, a new set of diagnostic tools to help diagnose and address application and platform performance issues and Dara Hayes giving an introduction to GraphQL with a live demo. If you…

    Sean Walsh
    Node.js, Performance | 20th November 2018
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    Announcing Pino V5.0.0

    If you’ve not heard of Pino before, it’s a low-overhead, newline-delimited-JSON logger with close compatibility to Bunyan. The idea behind Pino is to provide the lowest overhead JSON logging possible in order to keep Node’s event-loop as free as possible to handle the most critical work, such as request-handling. For information on Pino, in general, see Pino –…

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