The database is the holy grail of your application, but, given the unpredictable nature of software, you should always be prepared for the possibility of media, hardware and software failures. If any of these failures occurs, the main objective should be to ensure the database is back up and running as fast as possible while minimizing user disruption and simultaneously ensuring there is no data loss.
We going to learn how to create a web server using the HTTP module. We will learn more about this module and use our knowledge about EventEmitter from the previous lesson. We will also see how to serve an HTML file from the webserver we created. Let's start.
Today we are going to talk about error handling in Nodejs with the help of inheritance. We will see what are general problems that can arise and how to solve. We will also learn how to print the stack trace of an issue to provide a better debugging experience to the developer
Now, we are going to implement the final chapter for this tutorial series where we are implementing a graphical representation section on our dashboard screen. In the dashboard screen, we are going o display the statistics from the database using the react-chart.js library.
Almost every platform on the internet needs to be able to uniquely identify its users, and email addresses are the most common mechanism for achieving this. However, they are fraught with all manner of issues - from spam accounts to blatant trolls, perpetrated by bots and other malicious actors.