Even if you don’t know about signed Git commits, you might have seen this on GitHub:
No mater if you are creating a simple rest service or a complex one, you will need to handle panics in order to provide a good resiliency.
Businesses use the SOCKS5 proxy all of the time, mostly for security purposes. Since security is a major point of any data-driven organization, including a SOCKS5 proxy could significantly ramp up the digital security of the company’s data.
Besides securing their data, it can restrict access to particular digital services through advanced authentication, which is completely optional and comes as a courtesy of SOCKS5.
Request-based tracing provides a way to determine what exactly is happening with your requests and why.
It is handy when you want to reproduce and understand the problem that you are experiencing.
If you’re running a HTTP server and want to rate limit user requests, and most of the frameworks are providing their own middleware.
But if you want something simple and lightweight – or just want to learn – it’s not too difficult to roll your own middleware to handle rate limiting.