NodeJS

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TrackJS for Node

TrackJS error monitoring, on your servers. We’re thrilled to announce official support for Node environments and the 1.0.0 release of our Node agent. We’ve actually had Node since sometime last year, but we’re finally formalizing it as a first-class citizen and fully-supported part of TrackJS! Here are some of the cool things you can do with TrackJS for Node.

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Full Observability with Your Node.js App

Javascript is a pretty prolific programming language, used daily by people visiting any number of websites and web applications. NodeJS, it’s server-side version, is also used all over the place. You’ll find it deployed as full application stacks to functions in things like AWS Lambda, or even as IoT processes with things like Johnny Five. So when we think about Observability in the context of a nodejs stack, how do we set it up and get the information flowing?

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Node.js Resiliency Concepts: Recovery and Self-Healing

In an ideal world where we reached 100% test coverage, our error handling was flawless, and all our failures were handled gracefully — in a world where all our systems reached perfection, we wouldn’t be having this discussion. Yet, here we are. Earth, 2020. By the time you read this sentence, somebody’s server failed in production. A moment of silence for the processes we lost.

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Node.js Microservices: Developing Node.js Apps Based On Microservices

Node.js application developers, in the ever-evolving business landscape, enjoy tangible advantages while incorporating microservices in Node.js apps development. The microservice architecture, or microservices, is a distinct method of software systems development, which attempts to create modules that are single-function, with well-defined operations and interfaces.

NodeJS Instrumentation - Adding Custom Tags to Spans | Datadog Tips & Tricks

In part 1 of this 4 part series, you’ll learn how to use manual instrumentation to add additional detail to traces. We’ll add new tags, or attributes, to the spans generated by our NodeJS application, allowing for more insightful data visualizations in App Analytics.

NodeJS Instrumentation - Creating Custom Spans for Method-Level Visibility | Datadog Tips & Tricks

In part 2 of this 4 part series, you’ll learn how to instrument your NodeJS application to capture custom method-level spans, allowing visibility into how specific methods behave in your application. Flame graphs allow for deep insight into the performance of your code. During instrumentation, we can capture custom spans for deeper layers of visibility in the resulting flame graphs. In this video, we use instrumentation to capture a method-level span, allowing us to see the performance of that specific method in our flame graphs in the Datadog UI.

NodeJS Instrumentation - Adding Analyzed Spans for Improved Data Analytics | Datadog Tips & Tricks

In part 4 of this 4 part series, you’ll learn how to add Analyzed Spans to your traces to open up even more data search and aggregation capabilities via App Analytics. In this video, we will walk you through how you can turn any span into an Analyzed Span. Analyzed Spans function like the root spans of a trace, allowing us to turn the tags embedded in them into facets for advanced data aggregation and searching in App Analytics. You can check out how to add tags to spans—and how to utilize them in App Analytics—in our first video of the series here.
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Node.js Architecture and 12 Best Practices for Node.js Development

Even though only 11 years old, Node.js has emerged to be one of the most popular web development frameworks in the last decade. I’m a big Javascript fanboy, and thanks to Node.js, I can write Javascript code outside the browser to create server-side web applications that are non-blocking, lightweight, fast, robust and scalable.

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Security Best Practices for Node.js

Because a lot of systems are connected to the web these days (or, at least, communicate/integrate with it at some level), companies are giving more and more attention to web security. Web security usually comes to public attention when certain events reach the news, for example, security leakages, hacker activities, and/or data-stealing over big companies, some of them really large (like Google, LinkedIn, etc.).