Node.js

MEAN STACK: Installation (Part 2)

In the previous blog MEAN Stack: Introduction – Part 1, I have given a brief introduction of MEAN Stack and all the technologies used in it. In this blog, I’ll be discussing the installation of all the technologies one by one for Ubuntu. MongoDB: MongoDB is an open-source document database that provides high performance, high availability, and automatic scaling. The installation of MongoDB Community Edition Continue Reading

DOM Manipulation Using D3.js

D3 (Data-Driven Documents or D3.js) is a JavaScript library for visualizing data using web standards. It is an open-source JavaScript library developed by Mike Bostock to create custom interactive data visualizations in the web browser using SVG, HTML, and CSS. giving you the full capabilities of modern browsers and the freedom to design the right visual interface for your data.

Testing Node.Js Application with Gatling

In one of our project we needed to test a node.js application, so in this blog, I’ll be discussing node.js application using Gatlingjs. Gatlingjs Gatlingjs is an npm library to run gatling from a node.js project by placing the simulation files in your project repository. Prerequisites In order to setup Gatling, your system should have JDK8 and Scala installed so following are the links to Continue Reading

MEAN Stack: Introduction – Part 1

MEAN Stands for M – Mongo DB (database system) E – Express (back-end framework) A – Angular.js (front-end framework) N – Node.js (back-end runtime environment) What is MEAN? MEAN is a full-stack JavaScript solution that helps you build fast, robust, and maintainable production web applications. The stack used in mean is: Mongo DB: Mongo DB is an open-source, document database designed for ease of development and scaling. It is Continue Reading

Manipulating Server returned dates at client Side in Angular

Hey Visitor, Have you ever faced an issue with the date values on your website, when the date and time returned from server doesn’t change according to the client timezone , for eg. values returned from server at US will be different for a client at India so we need to manipulate the received time according to Indian Time Zone. So recently, I encountered this Continue Reading

CRUD in NodeJs with MongoDB: Explanations

Here we are, in this post we are going to create a CRUD application in NodeJs with mongoDB as database and ejs as a templating engine. You can download the application from here: github Before diving in to this post please checkout my previous post, then you will get to know why i choose ejs as a templating engine. In next post we will use Continue Reading

Hello React #1: Creating a Single Page Application with React

Few days ago we were looking for a JavaScript library which is flexible and can be used in a variety of projects. Basically, something with which we can create new apps, or introduce into an existing project without rewriting it. However, we came across React, a JavaScript library for building user interfaces and AngularJS, a JavaScript MVW Framework. Before we start creating a single page application, we need Continue Reading

Templating in NodeJs with simple signup example with MongoDB

In this blog we will see the comparison of different NodeJs templating engines as well as we will go through the basics of NodeJs then we will create a signup application in NodeJs with MongoDB as backend. If you are starting with NodeJs from this blog post, you are right place, when i started NodeJs previous week and tried some examples i got into the Continue Reading

Getting Started With NodeJs

In this blog, we will come to know about checking if NodeJs is properly installed in your system and then we will run a small piece of code on NodeJs. Testing Node: To check if Node is installed properly on your system, open the terminal or command prompt and run command node -v . This should print the version, so it will show you something Continue Reading

Introducing Vorlon.js: A Remote debugger for Javascript

Vorlon.JS – Introduction Microsoft released Vorlon.js as an OpenSource. It aims to make debugging and testing websites, hybrid apps, game console or even an IOT- connected refrigerator easier, you can remotely connect up to 50 devices and execute JavaScript in each or all of them. What is Vorlon.JS? Vorlon js itself is a small server you can run from your local machine, or install on Continue Reading

Scala in Business | Knoldus Newsletter – November 2014

Hello Folks We are back again with November 2014, Newsletter. Here is this Scala in Business | Knoldus Newsletter – November 2014 In this newsletter, you will get to know the popularity of Spark in big data. Spark is getting more attention in all over the world for fast data processing. People are getting much faster data processing speed with Spark. You will get to Continue Reading

Scala in Business | Knoldus Newsletter – October 2014

Hello Folks This time I got bit late due to the festival week in India. But i have some intresting stuffs for you only. We are back again with October 2014, Newsletter. Here is this Scala in Business | Knoldus Newsletter – October 2014 In this newsletter you will get to know how organizations are getting benefits by using Typesafe Reactive Platform, how Akka is Continue Reading

Knolx Session : Introduction of webRTC

In this presentation, I explained briefly about the webRTC and turn server (relay server) .

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