Archive for the ‘nodejs’ Category

So, you have put in all your best efforts into building an out-of-the-box Node.js application? If you’re contented with how the app has come up, it’s time to gear up for releasing it for the public. Well, numerous solutions can be chosen for hosting your Node.js application in the most refined manner. Through this post, […]

In a previous post we saw how to access and query MySQL from NodeJS. In this post we will see how we can use MySQL transactions in NodeJS. We will be using the same library as used before, so if you have not installed it go ahead and install it. The library supports simple transaction […]

One of the important elements of a web application is form processing and file uploads. PHP has excellent support for these kind of things which makes it so popular with developers. Programmers moving to node.js find that it does not have an easy way to process uploaded files. However some excellent node modules can make […]

The Crypto module is one of the important modules available for Node.js, and allows you to use it for encrypting content, creating digests and creating public-key signatures. In this post we will work with creating a simple message digest from some given content. Here we will create a Node.js server that responds with a cryptographic […]

I finally got my hands on the Raspberry Pi a few days back. My upcoming plan is to use the Pi as a Node.js server. If you haven’t heard of the open, platform-friendly, inexpensive $35 Linux-powered computing platform known as Raspberry Pi by now, you better do so. Starting with the Auduino, this is surely […]

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