A podcast documenting the journey of Supercharge, sharing behind-the-scenes details of the project.
18: Deploying apps with Supercharge Launch
I’m making good progress on Supercharge Launch. And dang, I need to get the landing page out the door. During development, I provisioned a Node.js server on DigitalOcean and deployed a repository from GitHub to that server. Fully automated … well, I needed to manually run a setup script. Everything else was done by the platform. Comfort I’m coming!
17: New Package: supercharge/filesystem
I’ve published a new package: supercharge/filesystem. This filesystem package provides async methods to interact with the local filesystem, like moving files or copying files with ease. All methods are async, no more worrying about sync methods or callbacks for you. Async/await all the way!
16: The Secret Project is about Server Management
I’m currently working on a secret Supercharge project. It’s a project on simplifying server management for Node.js applications. More details in the episode!
15: Secret Supercharge Project
I want your help with Supercharge. Do you want to contribute to open source? The "supercharge/strings" package has a handful of open issues. I’m calling you for contributions!
14: Queues have landed in Supercharge
Finally, queues are available in the Supercharge framework. The new 1.0.0-beta7 release of the framework ships with first-class queue support. Enjoy!
13: @supercharge/strings 1.0 && AWS Lambda Tale (Part 2)
I wrote the docs for the new @supercharge/strings package over the last weekend. And I couldn’t resist tagging the 1.0. Since then, I tagged a 1.1 and pushed the versions to NPM. Also, there’s a new package @supercharge/hapi-aws-lambda to provide a helping hand when going serverless with your hapi HTTP server.