Node.js

Create simple POS with React, Node and MongoDB #5: Setup ReCaptcha and define CORS

In this chapter, we will continue from our previous chapters by discussing how to setup ReCaptcha and set up CORS. After publishing our backend and frontend, the first thing that should be considered

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Building a Simple CLI Youtube Video Downloader in NodeJS

Not all applications need a dedicated GUI. Command Line Apps can save you a lot of time and effort if chosen for the right applications. This guide introduces you to how to build one in NodeJS.

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Create Simple POS With React, Node and MongoDB #4: Optimize App and Setup Deployment Workflow

This is the list of the tasks we have to complete during this chapter: separate backend and frontend, add environment variables to the backend, add environment variables to frontend, separate to individual route, setup auto-deployment of backend and frontend through Github

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Dockerization of Node.JS Applications on Amazon Elastic Containers

This article is about creating a critical task-based highly available and scalable NodeJS application on the Amazon Cloud with an architecture that minimizes its cost.

Category: Node.js
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Visualizing Logs from a Dockerized Node Application Using the Elastic Stack

Logs contain important information about events that occur in your application. In this article, we'll look at how we can make use of the Elastic stack to visualize these logs.

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Create simple POS with React, Node and MongoDB #3: setup E-mail pipeline with add activate on SignUp

This is the third chapter of our series of developing a POS with React, Node, and MongoDB. In this chapter, we are going to set up an email service.

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Advanced Node.Js: A Hands on Guide to Event Loop, Child Process and Worker Threads in Node.Js

In this article we will discuss some of the advanced concepts of Node.js. We will discuss event loop works, concurrency, child process and worker threads.

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Create a Simple POS with React, Node and MongoDB #0: Initial Setup Frontend and Backend

Today, we begin our new series of tutorials in which we create a simple POS using React.js, Node.js, Express.js, and MongoDB. In this first chapter, we will learn how to set up the frontend with React

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