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DevDNS v1 released

Posted on March 25th, 2016 in Development, Devops, Node.js by Rich

DevDNS v1 has now been released which fixes a bug from a breaking change in Node.js core & introduces the ability to add wildcard domains


ExpressJS / KeystoneJS Caching

Posted on December 21st, 2014 in Node.js, Development, Caching by Rich

Recently it came to my attention that ExpressJS; although brilliant, didn't offer any application caching out of the box, so I decided to write some! Introducing ExpressJS Redis Cache


Simple DNS for Developers with DevDNS

Posted on August 5th, 2014 in Node.js, Development, Devops by Rich

I was working on a project recently whereby customers can point their own domain to the application and it directs to their part of the application. Due to confusion at the client side and a misconfiguration on the application, their domain went live pointing to the wrong part of the application; quite embarassing for all parties.

We all know what its like. "What do you mean it can take 24-48 hours to go live?!" with a time scale that long, it can be difficult to ensure everything is going to be ok. You can change your host file and thats great, but what about your PM or your AM? What if you're pointing to an AWS Elastic Load Balancer which requires DNS CNAME records?

Introducing DevDNS

DevDNS is a simple, easy to use DNS server which aids development and testing. You can run it on your development machine, your PM & AM can run it on theirs or you can sit it inside your network and have EVERYONE use it.