Below you can find RisingStack's collection of the most important Node.js updates, projects & tutorials from this week:
These are the latest updates of Node.js v8.7.0:
- update npm to 5.4.2
- upgrade libuv to 1.15.0
- update V8 to 6.1.534.42
- support for setting dgram socket buffer size
- add support O_DSYNC file open constant
- deprecate obj.inspect for custom inspection
- there is a fancy new macOS installer
Added new collaborators:
- bmeurer - Benedikt Meurer
- kfarnung - Kyle Farnung
AWS (Amazon Web Services) provides a robust cloud platform to host your application & infrastructure, but security is something you got to take care of yourself.
There are many incidents where attacker hacks the AWS account and abuse it for their purpose or just for fun. So how do you ensure you’ve taken all the necessary steps to protect an AWS account? Find out from this post!
In this article, you’re going to be introduced to Mongoose and MongoDB, and more importantly you’ll learn where these technologies fit in to your application.
The future of microservices monitoring depends on what kind of solutions become standardized in the industry and what new features will we see in the future that will make your applications much better.
In this article I theorize what are these new monitoring features and what can we expect in 2018.
The Google Maps API allows you to use most of the features available to create applications with the ability to retrieve the latitude and longitude of an address, add a marker to a map, create an area (a polygon or a circle) and calculate the distance between two points, and more.
Testing our codes before putting them into production environment is of utmost importance. And we test every possible path a user could follow on every conceivable browser. Right?
Thankfully, there are services out there to help us diagnose and resolve issues that may have slipped through the infinitesimal cracks in our diligent quality testing procedures; Error Monitoring to the rescue!
In this blogpost, you’ll see how to install and deploy a Bitblog app built on Node.js. Install this blog and monetize your content with crowd-sourced cryptocurrency mining. Think of it as an alternative to advertising and start generating your blog posts today.
One of the most useful features of Habitat is Scaffolding – these allow you to package your application with Habitat with very minimal code. They enable you to rapidly (within minutes) package an application and export it to whatever format you need.
One of the most popular Habitat Scaffolding is the Node.js Scaffolding. Ready to get started?
By the end of this article, you will hopefully have a better understanding of how to deal with failure in your own API clients.
Take the Node User Survey to help them shape our community and project through 2018.
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Previously in the Node.js Weekly Update
In the previous Node.js Weekly Update we collected articles about Trace becoming Keymetrics, how to deploy a REST API using Serverless, Express and Node.js, how to use Nest.js for building Node.js web applications, a crash course on Serverless, how to protect your npm account, and much more.