The hipsquare blog on technology and our projects.
We're very proud of our latest launch: An entirely new website for AWO Oberbayern. Built with some of our favorite tools: Strapi and Next.js.
Are you looking for a great place to work as a JS/TS developer? Check out HipSquare!
We proudly present HipAlert: An extensible monitoring and alerting tool written in TypeScript.
When working with large data sources and SSG in Next.js, keeping build times fast can be challenging. In this article, we propose a caching strategy to overcome that challenge.
Do you need to work in CI environments that don't let you choose a NodeJS version? Here's a simple solution
Lean back and listen to hear the full story of our cow tracker
In the third part of our series on using Strapi and Next.js, we will implement a Next.js frontend app that will use to-do data from Strapi, render them and allow to tick to-dos off.
In the second part of our series on using Strapi as a backend solution, we will set up an entire backend for a to-do list app without writing a single line of code.
Over the next couple of posts, we will check out if Strapi as a headless CMS can replace our more traditional backends. To do that, we'll build a little example app and see how the development compares to a more classical approach.
Discover how we at HipSquare built and rolled out a GPS tracking solution for cows
We'll walk through setting up alerts for Docker services using Elastalert
In this article, we’ll look at setting up Elasticsearch and Kibana for that, plus Filebeats to deliver log files to Elasticsearch. We’ll expose Elasticsearch and Kibana using Nginx as a revere proxy.