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Develop Web Application with Node.js, Express.js REST Service and Neo4j (neo4j-js module) – Updated for Express 4

April 22, 2015 0 Comments
Develop Web Application with Node.js, Express.js REST Service and Neo4j (neo4j-js module) – Updated for Express 4

We have posted Develop Web Application with Node.js, Express.js REST Service and Neo4j (neo4j-js module) .This article is a proof of concept towards make a web application with Javascript based Web Server with Node.js and Neo4j and this time the same is updated with Express 4 To make this possible, we have selected – 1> [...]

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Real-time Data update with Angular.js, Node.js and Express.io

April 18, 2015 0 Comments
Real-time Data update with Angular.js, Node.js and Express.io

We have posted Real-time Data update with Angular.js, Node.js and Socket.io previously.This article is a proof of concept towards make a real time web application with Javascript based Web Server Node.js and Express.IO with Angular.js.The application is same as the previous one ,but this time it is build up with Express.IO. We have simulated a [...]

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Web Application with Highchart.js, Node.js, Express.js and MongoDB(Mongo-JS Module) – Updated for Express 4

April 9, 2015 1 Comment
Web Application with Highchart.js, Node.js, Express.js and MongoDB(Mongo-JS Module) – Updated for Express 4

We previously posted an aricle on Web Application with Highchart.js, Node.js, Express.js (version 3) and MongoDB(Mongo-JS Module).This time we updated that same for Express 4.This application is a of concept towards make a web application for graph generation  with Javascript based Web Server. In this application we have used following tools and technologies – 1> [...]

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Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and CouchDB (Cradle Module) – (Updated for Express 4)

April 4, 2015 2 Comments
Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and CouchDB (Cradle Module) – (Updated for Express 4)

We posted the article on Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and CouchDB (Cradle Module) with Express 3. Current post is a way to migrate the same with Express 4. This article describes a way to make a web application with Javascript based Web Server with CouchDB with Angular.js and Node.js. Here we have selected [...]

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A quick guide to MongoDB to work with

March 25, 2015 0 Comments

We have used some useful commands of MongoDB in our project work.Here we would like to discuss most of them so that they can be used for quick reference or quick guide.These commands can be executed from MongoDB shell. Before we jump in You can download MongoDB from here. We are skipping the installation part [...]

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Single page Application with Angularjs, Minimalweb Node MVC and MongoDB

February 24, 2015 2 Comments
Single page Application with Angularjs, Minimalweb Node MVC and MongoDB

In this post, we have made a Single Page Application with Angularjs, Minimalweb Node MVC and MongoDB. Brief Background Lot of tutorial are already there in web regarding the MEAN (MongoDb,Expressjs,Angularjs and Nodejs) stack. Here we have followed the same path, except for the Express.js framework. We have used minimalweb framework for the server MVC. [...]

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Execute Redis Commands with Node.js without Driver

January 22, 2015 0 Comments
Execute Redis Commands with Node.js without Driver

We had written about redis commands through node.js previously. Below is a code snippet, where we have connected and executed redis commands from node.js without using any driver. Steps taken – 1> First we have started Redis in our machine. 2> We have written a bare minimum socket program to connect the redis host and [...]

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Use of process.nextick in node.js

January 9, 2015 0 Comments
Use of process.nextick in node.js

This is a post for a quick go through of node.js process.nextTick method implementation. As we have searched around web, we found that any code snippet within node.js process.nextTick ensures that the mentioned code snippet will execute in next event loop of node.js before doing any I/O bound work. Also we found that process.nextTick function [...]

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Implement Caching Server with Express.js custom middleware

January 8, 2015 0 Comments
Implement Caching Server with Express.js custom middleware

In this article, we explored the capability of expressjs custom middleware. We have made a minimal cache server implementation in expressjs middleware, which will serve as cache for GET web requests. So below is the main server code implementation with inline documentation. Server.js var express = require(‘express’); var app = express(); var cache = require(‘./cacheServer’); [...]

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Nginx Caching Functionality

January 7, 2015 0 Comments
Nginx Caching Functionality

In this post we will explore some of the caching capabilities of nginx. Previously we have explored some functionality of nginx as load balancer. Below are the articles – 1> Configure node.js application server with nginx 2> Configuring Load Balancer with Nginx and Node.js 3> Nginx as a Load Balancer – some details as we [...]

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Haproxy as Load Balancer – some details as we have explored

January 6, 2015 0 Comments
Haproxy as Load Balancer – some details as we have explored

We had written about load balancing with nginx in our previous article. Now in this article we will try to discuss some of the load balancing schemes in haproxy and their configuration in web applications. Haproxy server can be used to distribute the load balancing of web request to different web/ application servers. The main 2 [...]

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Configuring Load Balancer with Haproxy and Node.js

January 5, 2015 0 Comments
Configuring Load Balancer with Haproxy and Node.js

Load Balancing is needed to distribute load of work across multiple resources – in computer science terminology, these multiple resources can be pieces of software or hardware, where same work processes are waiting to be executed on processing request. So in web application, we will need to do load balance to control user requests to [...]

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Nginx as a Load Balancer – some details as we explored

January 4, 2015 0 Comments
Nginx as a Load Balancer – some details as we explored

A complex web application will consist Load Balancer at front web request handling. A picture of a typication web application deployment environment can be drawn as below – We had written about round-robin load balancing of nginx with node.js in our previous article. Now in this article we will try to discuss some of the [...]

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Configuring Load Balancer with Nginx and Node.js

January 3, 2015 1 Comment
Configuring Load Balancer with Nginx and Node.js

Load Balancing is needed to distribute load of work across multiple resources – in computer science terminology, these multiple resources can be pieces of software or hardware, where same work processes are waiting to be executed on processing request. So in web application, we will need to do load balance to control user requests to [...]

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Configure node.js application server with nginx

January 2, 2015 1 Comment
Configure node.js application server with nginx

Generally we want to integrate any web application to run as fast as possible. To make this case viable as much as possible, our solution approach should be in web front end and back end. For front end there are multiple optimization elements like – A> Load Balancing B> Caching C> Serving Static Resources from [...]

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Server side testing with Mocha for Node.js

January 1, 2015 0 Comments
Server side testing with Mocha for Node.js

This article is a continuation of our previous articles about Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and MongoDB part 1 and part 2. In general, we appreciate unit testing in application, because at the time of delivery, we have much confidence about our piece of software regarding non-breaking of the code-base in production. There are [...]

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Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and MongoDB (MongoJS Module) – (Updated for Express 4) – Part 2

December 31, 2014 2 Comments
Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and MongoDB (MongoJS Module) – (Updated for Express 4) – Part 2

We had posted article for Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and MongoDB (MongoJS Module) – (Updated for Express 4) – Part 1 where we mainly discussed the node.js server side section of the article. In this post we will describe about the Angularjs client part of the application. As this article is a continuation of the [...]

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Angular.js Server Side

December 30, 2014 0 Comments
Angular.js Server Side

In the previous articles we have went through many features in angular.js. If you observe them, you can see that in those articles we have never used server side scripting. All of them were based on client side scripting. Why we are in need of server side scripting? Every SPA framework out there relies on [...]

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Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and MongoDB (MongoJS Module) – (Updated for Express 4) – Part 1

December 29, 2014 6 Comments
Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and MongoDB (MongoJS Module) – (Updated for Express 4) – Part 1

We had posted article for Developing Web Application with Node.js, Express.js and MongoDB (MongoJS module) . Here we have updated the application with Express 4, added testing for both Angular.js and node.js related methods. We will cover all the testing related works in our other posts, which will come eventually. So our application is now as [...]

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An introduction with winkfame.com

October 25, 2014 1 Comment
An introduction with winkfame.com

Recently we have launched a social networking platform winkfame.com. Here we are trying to build the platform to Connect Future Friends, Partners and Collaborators – who do not know each other today, but have one or more common interests. We require that the parties see or meet each other (in physical space, not cyberspace) to [...]

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