In this guide, we’ll be showing you how to use GraphQL alongside React and GraphQL Codegen to create a simple page that can pull data from an API and send emails. We’ll be using Novu as an open source notification system for developers that can send our emails after being passed through a form created within React.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a blog on your own that notifies newsletter subscribers when a new article arrives. Throughout the tutorial, there are several visual demonstrations and sample codes to help you navigate through the project. The sample blog uses Novu as a notification system, Zoho Mail as an email provider, Payload CMS for the back end, and Next.js for the front end.
The ability to distribute software to end-users quickly and dynamically is a core promise of cloud computing. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a key participant in the cloud computing sector. The cloud is brimming with resources that may be exploited to meet your apps' urgent needs. However, if you're not cautious, the cost of using these resources might soon mount. There are numerous things you can do to optimise the infrastructure that supports your apps, whether you're new to Amazon Web Services (AWS) or have been a cloud-native from the beginning.
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