Category: Application Architecture
Introduction Security by Design (SbD) is a methodology that prioritizes security throughout the entire lifecycle of product development and deployment¹. In the realm of Java software development, where inherent security features like the Java Security package and Java EE Security API exist, integrating SbD principles becomes pivotal¹. Principles of Security by Design in Java 1.…
Server Side vs. Client Side Rendering in Web Applications: Understanding the Differences and Choosing the Right Approach
Web applications are built using different rendering approaches, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Two of the most popular rendering approaches are server side rendering (SSR) and client side rendering (CSR). In this article, we’ll explore the differences between SSR and CSR and when to use each approach in building web applications.
In today’s fast-paced world, real-time communication has become essential for many applications. Chatty applications such as chatbots, instant messaging apps, and online gaming platforms are in high demand, but they also come with a unique set of challenges. One of the most significant challenges of a chatty application is making a high number of network…