Below you can find RisingStack's collection of the most important Node.js news, updates, projects & tutorials from this week:
This is a follow up release to fix two regressions that were introduced in v10.2.0.
- fix res emit close before user finish (Robert Nagy)
- re-integrate headers into node.h (Anna Henningsen)
- mark test-zlib.zlib-binding.deflate as flaky (Matheus Marchini)
Are you thinking about how to build the backend of your web application? Read on for a comparison of Node.js and Python to decide which one is a better fit for you.
If you’d like to learn how to break down a monolith into microservices, join us at our 2-days Designing Microservice Architectures training in Berlin, on June 14th-15th.
By reading this post, you can learn how to make a web application to display live game scores from, say, the NHL. The scores will update automatically as the games progress.
This article walks you through the steps of using identity provider of choice (Okta) with the generic
passport-openidconnect package to build secure Node authentication and user management!
In this article, you’ll learn how to watch for file changes in Node.js using a real IoT project as a learning context. Explore a few techniques for watching files and ultimately arrive at the best solution.
Learn using the
ripple-lib package from this article, to transfer XRP between two accounts on Ripple's XRP Test Net.
This tutorial helps you to get started with Azure Redis Cache using Node.js with this article.
Previously Node.js Updates:
In the previous Weekly Node.js Update, we collected great articles, like
- Node v8.11.2 (LTS) is released;
- Creating a chat with Node.js from scratch;
- An SQLite Tutorial with Node.js;
- Node.js Docker workflow;