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Great applications not only look good and perform well, they also have few bugs. In the process of developing and deploying an application, it is just as critical to write test scenarios as it is to write attractive and amazing code. In this video tutorial, we see how to use the Jasmine testing framework to write unit tests that test not only various Node.js functions but also API endpoints that were created using Express. With well-designed uni

Photo by: Carolin Zöbelein Feeling inspired to create a NodeJS command-line script to solve a specific issue? Do you want to ship your command-line as an installable package? It should be simple, right? Fortunately, it is! Here is a concise guide on things we should do to create a NodeJS command-line package. This guide will walk you through the creation, mapping, and linking of a NodeJS command-line script. 1. Create a NodeJS package Before doi

Have you heard of the "new kid" in Back-End town? Well, he has been around for a while now, coming up on 8 years, but many people paid him no attention, as they were busy with their own PHP, Python, Java, etc. But now, he is shining brighter than ever. He blossomed into a jack-of-all-trades, and a definite master of more-than-just-one; and his name is Node.js. About Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environmen

Working as a developer sometimes requires more knowledge than just that of programming itself. It’s always a good idea to grasp some concepts from other IT fields as well. One of these concepts is file system permissions, proper management of which is a must when it comes to working with files, e.g., using node.js fs module. I won’t write what exactly 777 or r/w/x mean, as it’s a very broad topic, but I’ll try to show how we can use those concept

Greetings adventurer! In today’s expedition we’re going to pick a popular nodejs library and dive into its depths to see what we can find. If this all goes to plan we’ll come away not only understanding the internal workings of a commonly-used module, we’ll also discover some interesting patterns and techniques along the way. Meet mkdirp Get ready to dig into substack’s excellent mkdirp, a handy library for recursively creating directories (just

NodeConf. Ever since I heard about the whole node-at-a-summercamp thing, I dreamed of going. And what a fun few days it was. How to get inspired: hang around a lot of people who are all excited about something. So what’s exciting about node? Plenty to choose from here, but one that stands out is the work being done around Streams. If you’ve spent some time in the command line you’ll recognise the philosophy and the power of being able to write sm

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