On March 30 we found out that the ‘request’ module is going into Maintenance Mode. This popular and long standing module for Node apps is considered hard to change and modernize without breaking things. That is why ‘request’ Node module for HTTP requests is going into Maintenance Mode. Meet its alternatives!
Guide on dynamic image resizing with Node.js and the Serverless Framework by Nick Gottlieb is a good start for entering web app development along with understanding how serverless can benefit here. However, here we’ll talk mostly not about Serverless Framework pros, but about auto-scaling, pay-per-execution functions that let you avoid a massive collection of pre-scaled cloud data, and also significantly cut down on your compute costs…
We can’t deny the importance of Node.js and it is especially wonderful to see when some utilities are brought into the Node.js core because they can help identify numerous problems, for example, support issues sent to the different repositories. Yes, we are going to tell you how the Diagnostic Report utility was recently brought into the Node.js and how it changed our lives.
We’ve already discussed with you that testing React component using Jest is not so difficult. And you can find that there is actually nothing that can be solved. The main thing is to practice…and read our blog of course. So, let’s look closer to another interesting tool. Majestic is a GUI for Jest.
How can a single-threaded Node.js be compared to the multithreaded backends? Backend languages that support multithreading have all kinds of mechanisms for syncing values between threads and other thread-oriented features. Nowadays many big companies choose Node as their backend, with its single-threaded nature. To know why we have to understand how threads in Node.js work?
There is always room for a bunch of improvements in the whole ecosystem. Today we are thrilled to announce the official release of Nest 6, one of the 10 best Node.js Frameworks. A progressive Node.js framework for building server-side applications that are efficient and enterprise-grade.
For Node.js to grow and evolve, the contributors need to keep researching, experimenting and adding new features. And we need to write about them. Most of the significant Node.js features were first experimental…