Blog

Date: 23 Dec 2020

Categories:Organisation

2020 is almost over, and it was one exceptional year for us at fireup.pro. We have a special message to our programming folks, and our team members as well. They say it’s not about how you start, but about how you finish things. We couldn’t agree more. For many years, we’ve been putting a lot […]

Date: 21 Dec 2020

If your company is thinking about migrating to Amazon Web Services (AWS), you may feel a bit… overwhelmed. Switching to the cloud is always a challenge. But we have good news: you don’t have to learn from your own mistakes anymore! After completing numerous migration projects at fireup.pro, we can share experiences and give you […]

Date: 10 Dec 2020

Categories:Development

What’s the connection between JavaScript and home automation? And why would anyone be interested in custom HA if there’s a ton of ready to use solutions that you can just download and install?  I decided to start the project for a simple reason. I like tinkering. One day, I decided to create such an automation […]

Date: 03 Dec 2020

Categories:Development

Node.JS is JavaScript on a server. It hangs on a single thread, using non-blocking I/O queries. Thanks to this, it can process tens of thousands of connections at the same time. It has advantages, but it also has flaws. It’s certainly not for everyone. D’uh! But if you have a minute to read more about […]

Date: 26 Nov 2020

When you want to host your application, you need a server. It’s a given, right? Or IS IT? Serverless is a different approach that might be the most cost- and performance-effective for your project. Serverless is a somewhat mysterious solution on the surface, which actually turns out approachable and worth checking out. In this article, […]

Date: 19 Nov 2020

The title of this article may be a little provocative, but that’s a general idea. This time, it’s not just about sharing knowledge. We want to start a discussion about different approaches to programming. And also about how ignoring or underappreciating certain aspects may harm the final product. Let’s start with defining a microservice. It’s […]