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  • If you just want cross platform UNIX commands, checkout our new project shelljs/shx, a utility to expose to the command line.
  • Returns a string containing the given file, or a concatenated string containing the files if more than one file is given (a new line character is introduced between each file).
  • Returns array of files in the given , or files in the current directory if no is provided.
  • If you need the last error message, use the attribute from the last command’s return value instead.
  • Turns a regular string into a string-like object similar to what each command returns.

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  • Create a new http server.
  • Inherits from the turbo-net tcp server – – Emitted when a new http request is received.
  • End the request.
  • Get all request headers as a map.
  • Called when the request is fully read.

Tags: low level http, new http, new http server, new http request, easy perf gains

  • js is where youll define the logic for your routesmodels is where youll configure your database modelsnormally wed have a views folder for MVC pattern, but React will be take care of our view layerNext well continue building out our Backend, rather than switching into setting up the Frontend.
  • js */ – const mongoose = require(mongoose) – – // Declare Schema – const TodoSchema = new mongoose.Schema( – { – description: { type: String }, – done: { type: Boolean }, – }, – { timestamps: true } – ); – – // Declare Model to mongoose with Schema…
  • /models/todo) – – async function findAll (ctx) { – // Fetch all Todos from the database and return as payload – const todos = await Todo.find({}) – ctx.body = todos – } – – async function create (ctx) { – // Create New Todo from payload sent and save to…
  • More info at: of our main project directory (not backend): – npx create-react-app frontend use-npm – cd frontend – npm startThen you should see our basic frontend load up inside your browser on http://localhost:3000 – Get the frontend to talk to the backend in developmentChange backend to be on a…
  • /backend/build – }, – proxy: Optional: Create overarching project to run backend and frontend concurrently: – /* from main folder directory */ – npm init // fill out details of your project – npm install concurrently save-dev – – // Add start, backend and frontend scripts to package.json – /*…

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  • Essentially, the test pyramid describes that you should write unit tests, integration tests and end-to-end tests as well.
  • Let’s take a look at how you can add unit tests for your applications!
  • You should write the test for the exposed methods, not for the internal workings of the given module.
  • For unit testing, we are going to use the following modules: – – Before doing some hands-on unit testing, let’s take a look at what spies, stubs and mocks are!
  • Before actually starting to write the unit tests for this module, at RisingStack, we usually add a file to do basics test setup, like creating sinon sandboxes.

Tags: tests, unit tests, end-to-end tests, integration tests, Node Hero

  • Today my mission is to explain about creating server in Node JS and hosting html pages on this server and accessing it from the web browser.
  • Now we have to host the html page on Node JS server as below.
  • For html page we have to use URL so for that in Node JS url module has been used so we have to add this module in our program file.
  • And after getting the request page path now we are using this request path name and we have to display its related html page.
  • Now run this ServerExample.js and show the output as below – – Type URL – – – – – – In this article you see how Node JS server is created and how we can access web page by this server.

Tags: Node JS, Node JS server, html page, plain text, module

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