Node News Friday, May 11 Docker, Docker development environment, Chromium beta bumps & more…
- A Short Guide to a Super Productive Docker Development Environment
docker, Docker Compose, docker development environment, Docker Community Edition, base image
- NW.js v0.30.3 Released with Node.js 10.1.0
Chromium beta bumps, SDK build does., Async Clipboard API, live binary build, Typed Object Model
- How To Connect SQLite With Node.js
sqlite, following code, crud operations, node js, connect SQLite
- Node.js Backend Development – Creating Custom Modules – DiscoverSDK Blog
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Drupal, Drupal rendering monolith, regular Drupal theme, Drupal templates, Drupal developers
- Installing and configuring a database, message broker, web server, worker processes, local smtp server, (and who knows what else!)
- Other processes would normally be defined in other Dockerfiles but you dont even need to worry about that; in this example, we use 3 readymade containers for our databases and message broker.
- Lets walk through this example: – – We have 7 different containers in our formation: web, clock, worker, shell, postgres, rabbitmq, and redis.
- The postgres, rabbitmq, and redis containers, on the other hand, are built from prebuilt images which are found on the Docker Store.
- Ok, our server architecture includes 3 process types that run your application code; we have our web process that is responsible for serving web requests and pushing work to a job queue; we have our worker process that is responsible for pulling jobs off the queue and doing the work;…
- It includes several bug fixes and a new feature of setting window shadow on Mac (Thanks to Jahanzeb Sherwani).
- Chromium 66 contains usual under-the-hood performance and stability tweaks, but there are also some cool new features to explore.
- For a complete list of all features (including experimental features) in this release, see the Chrome 66 milestone hotlist.
- We’ve made the 0.30 branch ready soon after Chromium beta bumps to 66.
- We’ve been working on 2 branches simultaneously: a released branch on current Chromium stable and a beta branch on Chromium beta.
- In this article, we will learn how to use connect SQLite with NodeJS and how to perform the CRUD operations with SQLite and NodeJS.
- SQLite is an in-process library that implements a self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine.
- SQLite is the most widely deployed database in the world with more applications than we can count, including several high-profile projects.
- Step 1 -Setting up the project with SQLite.
- Step 1 – Setting up the project with SQLite – – In this part, we will see how to create DB with SQLite and how to perform CRUD Operations.
- Create a file called main.js where we will keep our startup code for our application.
- But requiring a file is not enough, we also need to tell Node.js which functions, objects, variables, etc. will be available after requiring.
- In this script we have told Node.js that the responder module lives in a directory named custom_modules inside the parent directory of the current script.
- Keep practicing by writing backend web applications with Node.js and keep your eyes open for new articles on this blog.
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- Some of the major questions we’re trying to answer are: How and what is a Drupal module able to do to extend the administration UI We’re not looking to deprecate the current Drupal theming system, so how can modules indicate which mode they support If a module wants to provide…
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