Below you can find RisingStack's collection of the most important Node.js updates, projects & tutorials from this week:
The Node.js project will be releasing new versions of 4.x, 6.x, and 8.x the week of the 24th of October to incorporate a security fix.
Authentication techniques changed a lot over the past few years. In this post, you can read ow to use OpenID Connect in a simple Node.js website where Express.js is running.
Just recently, however, OpenID Connect (OIDC) has come onto the scene. It’s a protocol built on top of OAuth that provides everything you could ever want: simplified user authentication, simplified authorization, and lots of nice management to tie them all together.
Multiple frameworks and libraries make it easier to build browser-based apps with the web’s lingua franca language
Simply put, StdLib sourcecode is the easiest way to get started building and deploying web applications using new “serverless” technology.
With the help of this brand new tools, you’ll be able to create a fully functional web service in seconds form the browser without touching the infrastructure. Read on for more info.
Node.js Interactive North America 2017 was held at the beginning of October, 2017.
Check out the most important takeaways of the conference in the post.
In this post, you can read about how to set up Sendgrid in Node.js, for sending basic HTML emails. To follow the steps of this post, you’ll need to have a Sendgrid account and Node.js to be installed.
Previously in the Node.js Weekly Update
In the previous Node.js Weekly Update we collected the latest news on Node.js like the AWS security scanning, posts on Mongoose for MongoDB and Node.js, and the future of microservices, as well as how to store geo-positioning data, or deploy a Node.js bitblog in 3 steps, and much more. Click if you missed it!