Node.js

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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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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Automated Postgresql Backups with NodeJS and Bash

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.

Category: Node.js
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Verifying an Email Address Without Sending an Email in NodeJS

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.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #15: Simple RBAC

In this chapter, we are going to continue from where we left off from the previous chapter intuitive with a plethora of functionalities.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #13: Grouping, Sorting, Pagination

In this chapter we are going to integrate grouping and sorting features to our react table along with pagination.

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Node.js Lesson 1: Introduction and Modules

Hello everyone, this is the first lesson of the Nodejs course and we are going to cover the basics of Nodejs. We will also understand Modules in Nodejs and create one ourselves. Let's start.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #12 : Getting started with React Table

In this chapter, we are going to learn something new and tackle another challenge. We are going to upgrade the boring old general table feature to a rich full-fledged table with features like filtering, sorting, pagination, grouping, etc.

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