Node.JS


Node.JS installation

Node Version Manager (NVM) installation on Ubuntu 18.04


Node.JS and Docker

Run Docker Container (with node.js)


Node.JS Static Server

Static Server


Check updates for node packages

$ npm install -g npm-check-updates
$ ncu -u
$ npm install


Node.JS EventEmitter

EventEmitter


Node.JS Read Write Steams and Pipes

Node.JS Read Write Steams and Pipes


Nodejs Authentication Using JWT and Refresh Token

Nodejs Authentication Using JWT and Refresh Token

src:
https://github.com/webmakaka/node-refresh-token


Node.js login, registration and access control using Express and Passport

Node.js login, registration and access control using Express and Passport


Real-Time-Web-Apps-with-Socket.io

Real-Time-Web-Apps-with-Socket.io


Authentication-API-in-node-express-jwt-bcrypt

Authentication-API-in-node-express-jwt-bcrypt


REST nodejs

REST nodejs


Node.JS Articles


Some commands:

$ npm init -f
This will automatically accept the defaults.

The -f stands for force. These flags also work: --yes, -y, --force.


$ npm list -g --depth=0
/usr/local/lib
├── [email protected]
├── [email protected]
├── [email protected]
└── [email protected]


$ npm list --depth=0
[email protected] /projects/04 MovieFind
├── [email protected] extraneous
├── [email protected] extraneous
├── [email protected]
├── [email protected]
├── [email protected] extraneous
└── [email protected] extraneous


$ npm update -g npm
$ npm update -g bower
$ npm update -g gulp


$ npm cache clean
$ bower cache clean



Check npm packages

npms.io


https://www.npmtrends.com/pug-vs-ejs-vs-handlebars


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