Weekly Node.js Update - #14 - 04.20, 2018

Below you can find RisingStack's collection of the most important Node.js news, updates, projects & tutorials from this week:

Transactions and promises in Node.js

Let's suppose that we have a database which need to be consistently updated with some batch of data, and a Node.JS application which executes queries in database. How to handle these without any bugs?

Consumer Driven Contract Testing with Node.js & Pact

Watch our keynote to become familiar with the concepts of contract testing and get to know a small library called Pact, that can help integrating contract testing into your current software development workflow.

Yarn vs npm - which Node package manager to use in 2018?

Let's take a look at the state of Node.js package managers and what they can do for you! We'll also try to help you to pick one between npm and yarn!

Debugging JavaScript/TypeScript Node apps with Chrome DevTools, VS Code and WebStorm ??

How to use Node Inspector to debug both JavaScript and TypeScript Node.js applications using Chrome DevTools, Visual Studio Code and WebStorm? Check it out in this post.

Unlocking the JavaScript Code Interview (an Interviewer Perspective)

Read some tips and tricks to get ready for a JavaScript coding interview and rock your next one!


Creating Simple API in Node.js

In this article, we are going to learn how to create a simple API in Node.js and using MS SQL as a data source on which we are going to perform CRUD operation.

Handling Microservices with Kubernetes - Online Training

We have good news! After receiving a lot of emails asking us to host online trainings, we are happy to announce our two days of ONLINE training, to master Kubernetes.

Previously Node.js Updates:

In the previous Weekly Node.js Update, we collected great articles, like:

  • Introducing Hapi Pal;
  • Node.js can HTTP/2 push!;
  • Consumer Driven Contract Testing with Node.js & Pact;
  • DevOps 101 (not just) from a Node.js Perspective;

& more...

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