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Native Extensions for Node.js – Node.js Collection – Medium

  • Native Extensions forNode.js – A step by step guide to understand the core concepts and build a first extension – This blog post comes from Mariano Moretti who is a Node.js enthusiast, an active member of the JavaScript community of La Plata, and a talented developer at NaNLABS.
  • THE BASICS TO GET STARTED WITH NATIVE EXTENSIONS – In simple terms, we can say that a native extension is a set of C++ implemented logic that can be invoked from JavaScript code.
  • We start initializing npm so that we can then install our dependencies: – npm init – Now, as we said, we install our dependencies: – npm i node-addon-api bindings – At this point we need to create our C file with our logic: – This file has three important parts…
  • SayHi (Line 3): This function is what will be executed when we invoke our native extension from our JavaScript.
  • Later, we need to create our binding.gyp file that will contain our native extension configuration: – Finally, the JavaScript code that will require our extension and invoke it.

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Native Extensions for Node.js – Node.js Collection – Medium

Write GraphQL APIs on Node with MongoDB – Bits and Pieces

  • Resolver ant Its Arguments – For our GraphQL servers to respond to our queries, schema needs to have resolver functions for all fields.
  • const typeDefs = ` – type Query { – name: String!
  • Inside typeDefs, pass in an argument to alias like this: – const typeDefs = ` – type Query { – name: String!
  • `Go to resolvers.js file, and write a resolver for alias: – export const resolvers = { – Query: { – name (root, args, context, info) { – return ‘Rajat S’; – }, – alias(root, {heroName}, context, info) { – return heroName; – } – }, – };Running a query for…
  • app.use(‘/graphql’, graphqlHTTP({ – graphiql: true, – schema, – context: { – userId: 1 – } – }));To see if this works, log out the context inside the resolvers.js file: – export const resolvers = { – Query: { – name (root, args, context, info) { – return ‘Clark Kent’; -…

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Write GraphQL APIs on Node with MongoDB – Bits and Pieces

5 Fundamental Rules of a Node.js Project Structure – Free Web Tutorials

  • Most Node.js frameworks dont come with a fixed directory structure and it might be challenging to get it right from the beginning.
  • In this tutorial, you will learn how to properly structure a Node.js project to avoid confusion when your applications start to grow.
  • There are a lot of possible ways to organize a Node.js project and each of the known methods has their ups and downs.
  • If you manage to follow them, your projects will be fine: – – Imagine, that you have the following directory structure: – – The problems with this approach are: – – Instead of this, you can structure your Node.js applications around product features / pages / components.
  • Put your additional test files to a separate folder to avoid confusion.

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5 Fundamental Rules of a Node.js Project Structure – Free Web Tutorials

4 Best JavaScript Courses to learn

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  • It includes 26 hours of on demand videos, 10 JavaScript articles, 15 Resources, and access from any device like phone or laptop.Therefore, it is an excellent course to choose.
  • This course has been designed for almost everyone who wants to learn the latest JavaScript features and get deep knowledge.
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  • In this course you will learn how to pass JavaScript telephonic interviews, impress the interviewers with your updated knowledge, and also interview other candidates on JavaScript.

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4 Best JavaScript Courses to learn

Top 15 Effective Node.Js Tools Web Developers Shouldn’t Miss

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Top 15 Effective Node.Js Tools Web Developers Shouldn’t Miss

Hacker Bio: Dan Shaw – Crowdcast

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Hacker Bio: Dan Shaw – Crowdcast

What Are Google Charts?

  • In a nutshell, Google Charts enable Data Visualizations (Charts/Graphs) to be displayed on a web site.
  • In technical terms, these chart are a intelligent JavaScript library that packs a range of beautiful charts, ready to be powered by data.
  • The Google charting package provides an API to inject its library into your HTML, kind of like a Content Delivery Network call.
  • If you use this example code, your page will be loaded with a Google Pie Chart with some example data.
  • One thing, in my opinion that Google always has the edge of other alternatives is that they are simply the kings when it comes to data protection and security.

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What Are Google Charts? | Code Wall

Construisez de meilleures applications web et mobiles

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Construisez de meilleures applications web et mobiles | Journal du hacker

The complete guide to JavaScript functions – Code The Web

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The complete guide to JavaScript functions – Code The Web

  • JavaScript: The Good Parts – – – – – This JavaScript book is written by Douglas Crockford, and it is very famous among web developers.
  • Eloquent JavaScript: A Modern Introduction to Programming – – – – Eloquent JavaScript written by Marijn Haverbeke is also one of the popular books among web developers.
  • The definitive guide book gives a detailed exploration about the concept of JavaScript and provides a perspective of web platform API features regarding the interest in developing a web application.
  • JavaScript Patterns: Build Better Applications with Coding and Design Patterns – – This book is written by senior Yahoo developer Stoyan Stefanov, this book helps you learn JavaScript with numerous coding pattern of JavaScript.
  • Programming JavaScript Applications: Robust Web Architecture with Node, HTML5, and Moderns JS Libraries – – This JavaScript book is written by Eric Elliott, this book is best for you if you want to learn that how you can add client- and server-side features into big web application.

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10 recommended books for learning JavaScript

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