Below you can find RisingStack‘s collection of the most important Node.js news, updates, projects & tutorials from this week:
- From now on all error messages produced by assert in strict mode will produce a error diff. (Ruben Bridgewater)
- From now on it is possible to use a validation object in throws instead of the other possibilities. (Ruben Bridgewater)
- allow passing null as IV unless required (Tobias Nießen)
- support as and as+ flags in stringToFlags() (Sarat Addepalli)
- expose Finished messages in TLSSocket (Anton Salikhmetov)
- Add getColorDepth function to determine if terminal supports colors. (Ruben Bridgewater)
- add util.inspect compact option (Ruben Bridgewater)
The Node.js project will be releasing new versions for each of its supported release lines on, or shortly after, the 27th of March, 2018 (UTC). These releases will incorporate a number of security fixes and will also likely include an upgraded version of OpenSSL.
In this article we focus on putting the pieces together with GraphQL, by building a GraphQL API with Node.js.
In this article you can read a step-by-step guide on how to set up a deployment of a Node.js app with Heroku.
A recap on what exactly happened to Node.js so far, from the point where it was born. The history of Node.js on a timeline: 2009-2018.
An increasing number of companies are using referral programs for targeted promotions and marketing. How are these referral programs built? In this article you’ll go through that by building a simple but complete referral system of our own.
An interview with Sebastian Golasch, one of AmsterdamJS’s speakers and Specialist Senior Manager Software Developer at Deutsche Telekom. Sebastian is a JS / IoT pro you shouldn’t miss out on!
Previously Node.js Updates:
In the previous Weekly Node.js Update, we collected great articles, like
- Node v9.8.0 (Current) released;
- Building a React App from Scratch, Live – Part 1.;
- HPlaying With Node.js and the Runscope API on Glitch;
- Node.js Quickstart;