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8 New Things in Node Version 10 Every JavaScript Developer Should Know About

Node version 10 is the latest LTS (Long-Term Support) version. This is what it brings to the developers: HTTP/2 support right from the core module (stable phase) Better support for native modules with N-API which is no longer in experimental phase Performance improvements with Google Chrome V8...

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ES Modules are HERE: Support in Node, and Browsers

Last weekend I went to Monterey which is in California, on the coast of the Pacific Ocean.I was freezing cold but I saw a lot of sea lions, seagulls and WHALES!Yes, I went on a boat for a three-hour cruise to see WHALES. At first we just saw one, then two, then they were popping all over.They had...

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Born vs Made Programmers

Are programmers born or made? It depends. In 2010s, programming is so much easier than it used to be in 2000s. More and more gurus and dev bootcamp founders proclaim that programmers can be made. I won’t say programmers are made. My answer: it depends. Instead of thinking programmers are made,...

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ES7 and ES8 Features

Recently I wrote a blog post and even created an online course on ES6/ES2015. Guess what? TC39—the mighty overseer of JavaScript—is moving forward with ES8 so let’s cover ES7 and ES8 (or ES2016 and ES2017 officially). Luckily, they are much, much, much smaller than the best of a standard that was...

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Node.js Domains for Async Error Handling Including Express Routes

Because Node.js allows developers to write asynchronous code, and that’s what we usually do, and because state changes during different async parts of code, sometimes it’s harder to trace errors and have a meaningful state and context in which the application was during that exception. Take a...

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Serverless Node with AWS Lambda, API Gateway and DynamoDB

Servers are fun until they are not. Imagine, you are running a news agency which has high peaks of traffic but they happen sporadically (infrequently). It’ll be more cost effective to set up a REST API using serverless architecture with AWS Lambda to access and perform CRUD on tables in your...

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AWS Node SDK which Runs EC2

Amazon Web Services SDK (abstraction over the AWS API) is a powerful and convenient tool which allows developers to automate any AWS operation (provisioning of new resources, managing them and build-out of cloud infrastructures) in a programming language which is already familiar to you: Java,...

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AWS CLI Tutorial: Creating a Web Server

Amazon Web Services Command-Line Interface (AWS CLI) is a powerful and versatile tool which allows developers to automate provisioning of new resources, managing them and build-out of cloud infrastructures. The goal of this tutorial is to teach you basics of AWS CLI by deploying an HTTP server...

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AWS EC2 Autoscaling: Creating an EC2 Autoscaling Group

Note: This blog post is part of the course AWS Intro Node University. You can follow the text tutorial here or watch my free preview video screencasts, or watch the entire course as a Node University premium member. In startups and medium-size companies it’s not uncommon for software engineers...

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AWS S3 Tutorial: Easy Static Website Hosting in Under 5 Minutes

Note: This blog post is part of the course AWS Intro Node University. You can follow the text tutorial here or watch my free preview video screencasts, or watch the entire course as a Node University premium member. There are a lot of complexities with hosting a website. For even a simple static...

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