Build robust REST APIs and dynamic web clients effortlessly using this new Nx, Angular, and NestJS boilerplate. Say hello to efficient development, authentication magic, and modular architecture!
In today's fast-paced software development landscape, efficiency and automation are paramount. With the advent of monorepos and the growing complexity of projects, tools like Nx have emerged as powerful allies for managing codebases efficiently. It's no secret that I'm a massive advocate of Nx, and I recently started taking advantage
Add user authentication to your NestJS API endpoints and implement support for JWTs in requests.
Use Jest, Storybook, and Cypress to add code coverage to both your frontend and backend applications.
Welcome back! In part 4 of this series, we'll tackle the final component of the "full stack": data stores. I use "data store" instead of "database" because the persistence layer could be anything from a local JSON file to a DynamoDB in AWS. This post will focus on SQLite as
Learn the basics of NestJS, create a shared library for data structures, and implement a REST API
Build the base for a full-stack application, starting with an Nx monorepo, Angular 15 client, and NestJS REST API.
Get an overview of the "layers" in the upcoming series of articles, and the reason each tool was chosen.