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Jan 19, 2022   |  By Kumar Harsh
Traditionally, monolithic architecture has been used to develop large-scale apps. However, people have realized its drawbacks and limitations over time. Without adapting to modern agile practices and limited flexibility does not allow for a productive development process. Therefore, organizations have been searching for better, more reliable architecture to facilitate the development of large-scale, complex apps with a more productive workflow.
Jan 13, 2022   |  By Kumar Harsh
In most modern programming, there are objects that get involved with every aspect of an application. They are on a very high level in the hierarchy and need to interact with almost all other objects directly to ensure the proper functioning of the app. More often than not, these are objects involved in the overlaps of business logic: a User, Booking, or Account.
Dec 16, 2021   |  By Special contributor
Express and Hapi are frameworks based on Node.js, an open-source server environment that runs on various platforms, using JavaScript as the language of choice. Since both frameworks are Nodejs-based and popularly used for web and mobile application development, let’s compare them and see which is more suitable for your needs as a developer.
Dec 7, 2021   |  By Mukul Khanna
Programming is all about solving problems. An essential aspect of solving these problems through software is modeling and embodying real-life entities and manipulating these abstractions in a structured way to simulate operations and get things done. Different programming paradigms approach this facet of writing code differently. One of the most popular of these paradigms is object-oriented programming (OOP) that deals with class templates and their object instantiations.
Dec 2, 2021   |  By Kumar Harsh
In today’s times, Application Performance Monitoring has grown to become a necessity for most software organizations. At the same time, the term has evolved from tracking only the performance of an application to monitoring the infrastructure, user experience, latency, and much more. These factors, when put together, contribute to the overall growth of a product. There are so many things that can go wrong at the same time.
Nov 16, 2021   |  By Special contributor
.NET Core vs. .NET Framework is a popular debate in the IT community. Many individuals and enterprises are curious to learn about the aspects of these Microsoft inventions, so read on. We will begin with an overview of these technologies, their benefits to end-users, and their relevance in this digital age. Feel free to use these links to navigate the guide.
Nov 16, 2021   |  By Mukul Khanna
Microservices have gained a lot of traction in the last few years. Ever since the dawn of time, monolithism – packaging all your modules into one colossal codebase – was the default way to go when building software applications. However, as applications have had to cater to increasing volumes (of millions) of users over the internet over the last decade, scalability and flexibility have become ever more critical.
Oct 27, 2021   |  By Ganesh Mani
Imagine that a customer reports an error on one of your websites. When you check the logs or tracking tool, it just says script error and nothing else. Does it sound familiar? Such errors are difficult to debug because they do not contain additional information about what and where they went wrong.
Oct 21, 2021   |  By Kumar Harsh
Building stable and robust software is one of the primary goals of any software development project. While it is crucial to keep your code error-free for that, the real strength of your application comes from its foundation—the architecture of your code. SOLID is one of the most popular collections of software design principles. Its goal is to help you avoid common pitfalls and plan your application’s architecture from a very high level.
Oct 19, 2021   |  By Arwin Lashawn
Have you ever wondered how a successful app comes to life? The short answer – a brilliant idea combined with the successful orchestration of full-cycle software development to implement it.
Apr 13, 2020   |  By Scout
3 Key Benefits of switching to ScoutAPM over New Relic n+1 queries, Memory Bloat tabs show you easy performance enhancements.

Monitoring for the modern development team.

No developer ever said "I hope I get to spend all day hunting down a performance issue". When the unavoidable happens, The Scout platform is focused on finding the root cause of performance problems as quickly as possible.

Scout is monitoring for fast-moving dev teams like us. We leverage the tools that help us get big things done - Github, PaaS services, dynamic languages, frequent releases - to build a tailored monitoring platform for modern teams.

Scout continually tracks down N+1 database queries, sources of memory bloat, performance abnormalities, and more.

Get back to coding with Scout.