Node News Wednesday, February 7
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- Why Developers Love Node.js & what’s their main issue with it? | @RisingStack
- 539 devs who use Node.js in production told us why they love using it, what are they using it for, and what are the greatest problems they face with it.
- Node.js, preferred front-end technologies, developers, pretty clear picture, front-end framework war
- Java Vs Node.JS for Backend APIs – Developer’s Comparison
- Java, Java code base, node.js, IO routines, Java enterprise stack
- Understanding Node’s promisify and callbackify – Trabe –
- Using callbacks is the preferred Node way to deal with async code, however I’d rather use promises and the new async/await syntax
- preferred Node way, new async/await syntax, little effort, new promisify utility, complementary callbackify function
- event loop, node.js, real-time communication, open source, Learn Node.js
- latest development technology, Index – San, Francisco, developers, date
Tweeted At: Tue Feb 06 13:45:11 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-29T17:07:09.090000+00:00
Author: Node.js Foundation
Tweeted At: Wed Feb 07 15:58:29 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-02-07T15:05:55+00:00
Author: Ferenc Hámori
- Here come the results of our mini-survey: – – According to our survey, Node.js is a great option for developers who like to get their apps into production as fast as possible.
- To understand why developers love & use Node.js, let me just show you a sample of the responses we got: – – When we asked developers about what they actually build with Node, the answers gave a pretty clear picture.
- The answers were pretty hard to synthesise into coherent subgroups, but I tried my best in categorizing them: – – Although these answers are hard to categorize, I think they still provide useful insights into the problems & minds of Node.js developers.
- The results were not surprising, the hegemony of AWS is clear: – – It looks like that React leads the front-end framework war – when it comes to Node.js developers who need to pick one: – – In case you’d like to learn more about it, read 8 Tips to…
Tweeted At: Wed Feb 07 02:45:02 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2016-02-26T12:05:43+00:00
Author: Mikhail Mitra
- With Node.JS Build process simplified by using the same Language – – Complicated build tools like Ant and Maven have revolutionized Java programming.
- Java for Solid Engineering – – It’s a bit hard to quantify, but many of the complex packages for serious scientific work are written in Java because Java has strong mathematical foundations.
Tweeted At: Mon Feb 05 09:34:48 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-02-05T09:01:01.096000+00:00
Author: David Barral
- It provides an async validation function that follows the common Node.js callback style: taking a (err, value) = … function as the last argument.
- Using callbacks is the preferred Node way to deal with async code, however I’d rather use promises and the new async/await syntax.To solve my problem I wrote a custom function that wraps the library and uses Promises.This version can be used in async functions with ease.After an extraction I got…
- After some self-punishment I refactored and removed all my code.Node’s promisify is slightly different from my custom version: it has a way to deal with functions that do not follow the common Node.js callback style.
- For example, there are functions that have separated success and callback errors: (arg, onSuccess, onError) = …. To handle this cases, Node provides a special symbol promisify.custom to set a factory in the source function.It’s possible to bake this into our custom version with little effort.Node also provides a complementary callbackify…
- If you are using an older version you can backport this function with little effort.
Tweeted At: Tue Feb 06 05:40:01 +0000 2018
The Complete Node.js Developer Course (2nd Edition) (60,232 students enrolled)By Andrew Mead
- Build, test, and launch Node apps
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Angular (Angular 2+) & NodeJS - The MEAN Stack Guide (26,806 students enrolled)By Maximilian Schwarzmüller
- Build real Angular + NodeJS applications
- Understand how Angular works and how it interacts with Backends
- Connect any Angular Frontend with a NodeJS Backend
- Use MongoDB with Mongoose to interact with Data on the Backend
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- Provide a great user experience by using Optimistic Updating on the Frontend
- Improve any Angular (+ NodeJS) application by adding Error Handling