CPU-bound tasks can grind your Node.js applications to a standstill, frustrating users and driving them away. You must master the art of profiling your application to pinpoint bottlenecks, and implement effective strategies to resolve any issues. In this guide, we'll explore various techniques to help you identify and fix the root causes of your Node.js performance issues. Let's get started!
Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides a vast ecosystem of products that make DevOps an absolute dream. Products like AWS Elastic Beanstalk have ready-made services for autoscaling, deployment, and logging (to name a few). However, teams may prefer to take a barebones approach and build incrementally - in which case AWS Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) would be the preferred option.
AppSignal now supports Remix! With insights into the performance of Remix components like loaders and routing, AppSignal helps you refine your Remix application. This blog post will show you how to start monitoring your Remix application using AppSignal.
Node.js logging is an important part of supporting the complete application life cycle. From creation to debugging to planning new features, logs support us all the way. By analyzing the data in the logs, we can glean insights, resolve bugs much quicker, and detect problems early and as they happen. In this post, we will talk about the who, what, when, where, how, and why of Node.js logging. Later in this post, the “how” section will give insights into using code.
Production bugs slow down velocity and often affect the complete trajectory of your release roadmap. It helps if you have a robust error tracking setup to rely on. In this article, we'll look at how to make tracking errors in your Node.js application more convenient, automated, and safe. Let's begin!