Hey my name is Sascha.

On this website I will show you how I automate our e-commerce business.

Part 1: Today we learn Rust

I started working with the programming language Rust about 1 week ago. When I started programming again a year ago, I had shortlisted the languages to Go and Rust. Ultimately I decided to lear Go. The reason why I’m stopping by Rust after a year is pure curiosity. I’ve heard a lot of good things about the language and it doesn’t make you dumber either 😇. should be feasible I decided to do the whole thing as part of the challenge.

Bitwarden - Open Source password manager

Bitwarden - a great password manager I used 1 Passwor for years to keep my passwords safe. The program has always served me well. When the company changed its licensing model a few years ago, I looked for an alternative. Since then, I have been using Bitwarden instead and have never looked back since. In contrast to other password managers such as 1 Passwor or Dashlane , Bitwarden is completely free and is available for all common platforms.

Evans - a CLI gRPC Client

gRPC Server testing, but how? If you develop a REST or GraphQL Api you have various tools available that support you in testing. I personally use Insomnia here, many will also use Postman. But some people will simply use cURL. Such tools appear to be less common for gRPC. A tool that I find very useful and that helps me when I work with a gRPC service is Evans. Installation & Setup Installation is easiest on MacOS:

DGraph - Part 4: Creating a schema

In the first part of this series I mentioned that Dgraph works without a scheme. In part 3 we made an adjustment to the schema to make a field searchable. In addition, there are other reasons to deal with the topic of schema in Dgraph, as you will not get any further for some functions without schema. An example of this is the expand() function. This makes it possible to call up all fields of a data record without explicitly requesting them.

Mixed Links

Golang Helpful Repos https://github.com/valyala/fastjson https://github.com/Sirupsen/logrus Frameworks https://github.com/gin-gonic/gin https://github.com/99designs/gqlgen Blogs https://www.doxsey.net/blog https://dave.cheney.net Interesting Projects https://jsonnet.org https://github.com/appleboy/gorush https://nats.io https://min.io https://ipfs.io https://dgraph.io Tools https://github.com/dalance/procs https://github.com/bootandy/dust For Software Development https://insomnia.rest https://ngrok.com https://developers.google.com/protocol-buffers https://www.grpc.io https://github.com/ktr0731/evans Graphical https://rive.app https://www.figma.com/ Flutter https://flutter.dev Tutorials Flutter Web: https://www.filledstacks.com/tag/Flutter%20Web Other useful tools https://www.hammerspoon.org https://github.com/OpenAPITools/openapi-generator

Get data from the graphql endpoint of you Shopify store

Yesterday I just needed a price from our Shopify Shop for one of our backend services. To be precise, I needed a way to request a price from Shopify using an article number / SKU. Since this is a very specific query, I thought that I would use the GraphQL Api from Shopify 😊 In the following I show how to solve such a problem. The full code can be found at the following URL: