NodeJS

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An Ultimate Guide to Node.js Logging

Logging helps developers in reducing errors and cyber-attacks. The application is designed to be dynamic. We can't always predict how an application will react to data changes, errors, or program changes. Logging in allows us to better understand our own programs. For all applications, an absolute logging solution is essential. A good logging system increases the application's stability and makes it easier to maintain on the production server.

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SaaS Release Experience

Last week we had a successful launch of our new SaaS version of N|Solid, making it possible for millions of developers to leverage the powerful insights and security that Enterprise self-hosted companies have experienced for years from NodeSource. I couldn’t be more proud of the great work our team put in to make this (and so many other product advances) happen.

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Differences between N|Solid SaaS and On-Prem

N|Solid SaaS is focused on small and medium-sized companies that want to start monitoring their Node.js processes. N|Solid SaaS Runs on our servers. It requires communication with our infrastructure, and we control it. You don’t need to install anything, and you can configure your processes with only three simple steps. There are three options for your SaaS plan, and you can choose the one that works best for your needs.

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Continuous deployment of Node apps to Heroku

CircleCI orbs are reusable packages of YAML configuration that condense repeated pieces of config into a single line of code. Since its launch in 2018, the CircleCI orbs registry has been used by developers, development teams, and by companies who want to help developers integrate their services seamlessly into continuous integration pipelines. In this tutorial, we will show how to use CircleCI orbs to continuously deploy a Node.js application to Heroku, one of the most popular hosting platforms.

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Error Management in Node.js Applications

No one is perfect in this world including machines. None of our days pass without having errors faced in our professional life. Whenever we are facing any issues/errors while working rather than worrying, let us all fix our mind like we are going to learn something new. This will make your tasks easier. One of our friend Error Handling will help us in fighting with these errors. These reduce our pressure by finding the errors and guide us to achieve the desired output.

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Troubleshooting Express Applications with Epsagon

Presented in 2009 and released in 2010, the Node.js platform began to attract the interest of web developers from all over the world as an ideal solution for implementing the backend of applications. Already used by companies like LinkedIn, Uber, eBay, and PayPal, Node’s non-blocking and event-driven architecture lets you build very performant and scalable network services fast due to its flat learning curve and available tools like Express.

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How to Perform HTTP Requests with Axios - A Complete Guide

One of the most typical things a developer does is make an HTTP call to an API. An API request can be sent in a variety of ways. We can use a command-line tool like cURL, the browser's native Fetch API, or a package like Axios to accomplish this. Sending HTTP requests to your API with Axios is a fantastic tool. Axios is supported by all major browsers. The package can be used for your backend server, loaded via a CDN, or required in your frontend application.

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Node.js Server Monitoring Best Practices

Node.js is a known and popular JavaScript framework for 2021. With the increasing utilization of Node.js in development, there is an equally increasing need for Node.js server monitoring. Since server monitoring is essential to all applications, it is important that you apply best practices when monitoring Node.js servers. Servers are devices for storing or processing information provided to other devices, applications, and users on-demand.