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The word Saperium is derived from the Latin sapere aude which means “Dare to be wise!” Our learning-centered culture encourages our developers to sharpen your development skills and be up-to-date with current and upcoming technologies.

Saperium Junior Software Engineer Hiring

Miguel Sy   —   February 5, 2021

Saperium Inc. is opening applications for our Junior Software Engineer position. If you are interested in pursuing a software development career path, this role is a great opportunity for you. Be ready to work on and learn all about full stack web development using leading edge development tools and technologies.

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Flat Tables Databases

Chester Supelana   —   January 26, 2021

In this article, we will discuss a database optimization called Flat Table Database and the advantages and disadvantages to using this implementation for structuring the tables in our database.

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Creating a Tic-tac-toe App with Angular and WebSockets using Socket.IO

Chester Supelana   —   January 26, 2021

WebSockets are a way to create bidirectional communication between a client and a server. In this article, we will learn about WebSockets by using Socket.IO and create a simple tic-tac-toe app with Angular as the client and an Express app as the backend server.

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Frontend Web Development with Angular

Chester Supelana   —   January 20, 2021

Angular is a full-featured Typescript-based frontend framework used for creating efficient single-page applications. In this article, we will discuss how to get started with developing using Angular by creating a blog app that can perform simple HTTP requests and routing.

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Writing RESTful API for Web Development

Miguel Sy   —   January 14, 2021

REST or Representational state transfer is a software architecture standard in writing APIs or Application Programming Interface. This article discusses a few guidelines on how to write RESTful APIs and how to invoke these endpoints using Postman.

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Containerizing an Express App with Docker

Chester Supelana   —   January 14, 2021

Modern software development requires a lot of work to make sure interfaces between different tools are able to communicate with one another. Docker simplifies this problem by creating containers that abstract most of the work done to start up and distribute code. In this article, we will be using Docker to containerize an express app that communicates with a MySQL server.

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