Node.js

Node.js Lesson 17: Timers, Differences from Browser, ref and ref

Hey, guys! Our today’s article will tell you about Node.js timers. Here we will try to tell you about all the differences existing between browser and Node.js timers. So, let us refer to our technical materials and see a number of similar methods:

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Handling GraphQL API Authentication using Auth0 with Hasura Actions

In this article, we’re going to demonstrate how we can set up Authentication/Authorization with Hasura and Auth0. First, we’ll set up the Auth0 application, API, and rules.

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Nodejs Lesson 16: Internals of Nodejs: Event Loop

This lesson will continue the last lesson where we learned how the LibUV library works internally. In this lesson, we will learn about Event Loop and understand various terms like call stack, callback queue, etc. Let's start.

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Nodejs Lesson 15: Internals of Nodejs: LibUV

Hello everyone, today we are going to talk about the internals of Nodejs. This article will guide how node js works and how it can handle async tasks. What will happen if ten requests come at once? Will it handle one request and discard the other 9? or will it create a queue and serve each one by one. We will answer all these questions in this and coming lesson. Let's start.

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Why Fastify is a better Nodejs framework for your next project compared to Express

Nodejs is JavaScript cross-platform runtime environment. When it comes to building a simple HTTP server for a project, building with nodejs, is simpler and lighter. This is because you don’t get to introduce external modules, built-in node modules.

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Optimizing Graphql Data Queries with Data Loader

When building any scalable application, performance, as well as speed, are important factors to consider. Hence optimization is crucial. There are numerous optimization techniques you should consider when working with GraphQL servers, but the most common is the caching technique which returns persistent data, and also the batching technique which reduces the number of round trips your server makes to the database.

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Node.js Lesson 14: Asynchronous Development

Asynchronous Operation refers to the flow of execution when something doesn't follow the line by line execution of code but waits for some time. Set timeout is a general of an asynchronous task. What happens when you create a timeout task?

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Using Feature Flags for A/B Testing & Optionally Enable/Disable Features in Your NodeJS Project

Feature flags make it possible to write A/B tests and to enable or disable features inside your app on-the-fly. This is highly beneficial when testing or rolling out new features.

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Node.js Lesson 13: Debugging in Node.js

Since debugging is this important, it's almost a skill that we must learn to be a better programmer and ship features quickly. In this lesson, we will learn about debugging a node application. We will learn about different ways which can be employed to debug node application with ease.

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Node.js Lesson 12: HTTP Module and Nodemon

Hey everyone, today we will dive deeper into the HTTP module and learn it's functionality. We will learn about what are the function provided that can be helpful and how to use them. We will also learn about nodemon and improve our development process. Let's start.

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