Category: Nodejs
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  1. Node: Check if File or Directory is Empty

    .lazyload-placeholder { display: none; } Introduction Web applications typically receive user input in some form - and with any input, validation is important. Making sure that form fields contain valid data, o...Learn More
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  2. Sending PUT HTTP Requests with Axios

    Introduction Axios is a JavaScript library for making HTTP requests, either in the browser or Node.js. Unlike the popular Requests library, Axios is natively promise-based, making it more suitable for modern ap...Learn More
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  3. How to Check if Key Exists in JavaScript Object/Array

    Introduction An object in JavaScript is an unordered collection of key-value pairs (key: value). Each key is known as a property, and is a string representing a property name. If a non-string is given as the ke...Learn More
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  4. Easily Parse URLs in JavaScript with parse-url

    Introduction Parsing URLs is a common task to perform during web development, and also one that seems to be simple but can get complex. It's not often that you come across a module that makes parsing so easy th...Learn More
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  5. Guide to Creating a Discord Bot in JavaScript with Discord.js v13

    Introduction Communicating online and staying in touch with people all over the globe has been a major promise from the dawn of the internet - a web of communication and information. Fairly early on, applicatio...Learn More
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  6. Guide to Elasticdump - Moving and Saving Elasticsearch Indices

    Introduction Elasticsearch initially began as a custom search engine. These days, it has gone above and beyond that singular role as it's part of log aggregation stacks, security monitoring, and even as a datas...Learn More
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  7. Node.js Application Monitoring with Prometheus and Grafana

    Monitoring Applications Monitoring applications remains a critical part of the microservice world. The challenges associated with monitoring microservices are typically unique to your ecosystem and failures can...Learn More
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  8. Integrating MySQL with Node.js Applications

    Introduction MySQL is an immensely popular Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) - and has for a long time been a staple in any back-end engineer's toolkit, right next to PostgreSQL. With the advent of ...Learn More
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  9. Axios Multipart Form Data - Sending File Through a Form with JavaScript

    Introduction Multipart/Form-Data is one of the encoding types that allows files to be included in your form data before it's transferred to the server for processing. Other encoding types can be used to achieve...Learn More
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  10. Automatically Restart Node Apps on File Change with nodemon

    Introduction Nodemon is an open-source utility package that keeps track of the changes made to your source code and restarts your project server automatically when new modifications are made. It also offers som...Learn More
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  11. Reading and Writing CSV Files with Node.js

    Reading and Writing CSV Files with Node.js Introduction The term CSV is an abbreviation that stands for comma-separated values. A CSV file is a plain text file that contains data formatted according to the CSV ...Learn More
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  12. Deploy Node.js Apps on Google App Engine

    Deploy Node.js Apps on Google App Engine Introduction TL;DR; In this article we are going to deploy a Node.js app on Google App Engine and in the process see how it is done. This is going to be a step-by-step d...Learn More
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