Below you can find RisingStack‘s collection of the most important Node.js news, updates, projects & tutorials from this week:
- Node v8.11.3 (LTS) released
- Node v6.14.3 (LTS) released
- Node v9.11.2 (Current) released
- Node v10.4.1 (Current) released
- June 2018 Security Releases
One of the primary focuses for App Engine’s Node.js support is making the experience comfortable and familiar for developers.
In this video you will learn how you can quickly and easily deploy a Node.js application on App Engine standard environment.
Most code examples covering the AWS SDK for Node.js initialize various AWS service clients. Save precious loading times and memory — especially helpful in compute resource constrained environments like an IoT device or inside an AWS Lambda function.
The asynchronous feature of Node.js makes the processes more efficient, but we cannot prefer this asynchronous nature in all scenarios. When should we select the synchronous method over the asynchronous?
According to a recent security survey by npm, 77% of respondents were concerned with the security of OSS/third-party code. This post will be covering security vulnerabilities introduced into an application by way of code written by a third party.
As the size of data for each message in our system differs from a few bytes to up to 100MB, we needed a scalable solution that could support a multitude of scenarios. In this article, Dhimil Gosalia explains why you should consider building an in-house Pub/Sub service, too.
Read TheNativeWeb’s story about chosing GO over Node.js to write a wolkenkit CLI, then rewrite everything from scratch, this time using Node.js again. What did they learn from this journey?
This smart technology makes the app ten times faster than other technologies, by decreasing the load time to a large extent.
Previous Node.js Updates:
In the previous Weekly Node.js Update, we collected great articles, like
- 10 Things I Regret About Node.js – Ryan Dahl;
- How we built a nationwide live video streaming service using Node.js Microservices powered by Redis;
- Building RESTful Web APIs with Node.js, Express, MongoDB, and TypeScript — Part 5;
- The Node.js Event Loop: Not So Single Threaded;