Why And How To Containerize Modern NodeJS Applications

Image Source Imagine you write your code, wrap it up, and deliver it straight to your friend - gift-wrapped as a present. This is containerization of apps in a nutshell.  Containerization is a concept, that lets you open up your presents for Christmas an... Read more

The JavaScript Developer’s Guide To Node.JS

  Whether you're a full-stack developer or a JavaScript newbie looking to learn new technologies, Node.JS is a versatile backend programming language that runs on the V8 engine, used by modern-day developers for building a diverse range of web appl... Read more

nodejs and IoT: a match made in heaven

Node.js and IoT: A Match Made in Heaven The world is becoming digital and hyperconnected. This is the reason we see more and smarter locks, smart glasses and other wearables, and also advancements in home automation and vehicle automation, etc. Thus, ther... Read more

by Cuelogic Insights | 22nd January 2018 | 0 Views # # # # # #

AngularJS Application with Browserify tool

Browserify is a good choice for AngularJs app, it helps you to get remove the async component, which driblet several levels of complexity. Together they can help to build performant, great looking application in no time and with clean code. It allows to... Read more

Why to bring in Interoperable Real-Time Communication to the web using WebRTC?

Here, In general Interoperability points out to the ability of quick responders to work seamlessly with other systems or product without any special effort. Changes in how we manage resources and expect services to be delivered co-operatively have caused com... Read more

How to use both Django & NodeJS as backend for your application

Choosing a language for your web/mobile application depends on what you want to achieve from the task. There are many ways and reasons to have your application running on multiple technologies and integrate them. Here I will be talking about two different ... Read more

Grunt: task-based command line build tool for JavaScript projects

When working on a JavaScript project, there are a bunch of things you’ll want to do regularly like concatenating given files, running JSHint on your code, running tests, or minifying your scripts. It would be nice to have a single, unified set of commands fo... Read more

by pratik tayade | 20th February 2014 | 287 Views # # #