Below you can find a collection of the most important Node.js updates, tutorials & announcements from this week - curated by RisingStack's Node.js Developers.
If you are a back-end or a full-stack (web) developer, you probably heard terms such as: DOS Attacks, XSS, SQL/NoSQL Injection Attacks and similar.
You might already know that these attacks are very harmful and you need to make your application (or API) secure, as much as you can. But how exactly?
This article will show you some of the best practices that you can apply / implement in your own projects and make your app, or just an API, secure.
The linter performs compile-time checks and alerts you when a webhook builds a response that doesn’t follow the documented requirements. Those include having too many chat bubbles (text responses), or lacking a response.
This saves you time during development by ensuring that your code adheres to response building requirements — without needing to deploy and test your webhook.
You ever forget about upcoming events you’re trying to keep track of with an Event Planning tool? Maybe you’re using something like Airtable to track upcoming conferences or give yourself a todo list, but you haven’t created calendar reminders.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could set up a system that, once a day, checks for upcoming events and sends you a text message if you find any? Today, we’ll build that.
This article is for people who already have very basic experience with building CLI’s, we are going to make a small version of the CGX CLI and use the same folder structure. The CLI does the following thing:
Generate all the recommended markdown documentation (pre-filled) for the Github, Gitlab and Bitbucket community standards.
Beginner Friendly Web Scraper Using Node.js. Pre-Requisites:
- Node JS installed on The Machine
- IDE(vs code, atom, sublime or your fav one)