Jonathan Fulton, Videoblocks:
The basic architecture concepts I wish I knew when I was getting started as a web developer
This is an amazing article that gives a really great overview of a relatively standard stack that is designed to scale many web apps. It also shows why a lot of developers also like Platform as a Service tools like Heroku, Firebase or AppEngine that can abstract a lot of the complexity at the expense of cost.
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