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 –…
Back in January, we announced the Node Clinic project and the first tool in Clinic, Doctor. After many intensive months of work by the team, we’re more than a little excited to announce Clinic Bubbleprof! Bubbleprof has a unique new approach to profiling your Node code so that you can visualise exactly where and how that code is busy….
How the introduction of the CSS in JS can improve the first render time of a Progressive Web Application
How to build performant progressive web apps and why they matter
Clinic simplifies the process of investigating and fixing performance issues in your Node.js applications
Featuring two open source tools developed by Matteo Collina and David Mark Clements of nearForm.
Real-time monitoring of Node.js with Kibana, Elasticsearch and nearForm modules
A deep-dive into optimizations that should be made to achieve smooth rendering, and a low resource footprint for Electron on all platforms