TLWI Dev #65

Welcome to this week's newsletter! 🎉 It's filled with exciting links that will make your tech-loving heart skip a beat. I can't wait to share these awesome finds with you.

First up, our very own content writer has surprised us with something epic! 🔥I wrote a fully-functioning File Explorer, using TypeScript! Who knew we had such a talented developer in our team? This is a must-read if you're into file management and TypeScript, or if you're simply in awe of cool personal projects.

If you work with web apps, you've probably had to deal with the pains of setting up Single Sign-On (SSO). But have no fear! The Single Sign-On Multi-Factor portal for web apps is here to save the day. This resource will guide you through the process of setting up SSO for your web apps, and it even covers how to enable Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to keep your user data even more secure.

Are you a sound wizard looking for a new toy? Look no further! 🎧 Software modular synth is a fascinating tool that allows you to create modular synthesizers and audio devices. This is a must-visit link for anyone interested in creating music or tinkering with audio.

Load balancing is a vital part of any web infrastructure, especially if you're serving content to large audiences. But if you're not quite sure what load balancing is or how to implement it, fret not! Load Balancer - 101 is a beginner-friendly guide that explains everything you need to know about load balancing.

Lastly, Why do Webdevs keep trying to kill REST? is a thought-provoking article that explores the reasons why developers are moving away from RESTful architectures. It's a great read for anyone interested in web development or RESTful APIs.

That's all for now, folks! Be sure to check out these links and let us know what you think. Tune in next week for more geeky goodness. 😎


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