Hey guys, in today's article I want to talk about global variables in Node. This article is aimed at developers who are at a beginner to intermediate skill level working with Node. If you have never heard of global variables or worked with them, no need to worry. This article
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What are Websockets?
Over the past few years, a new type of communication started to emerge on the web and in mobile apps, called websockets. This protocol has been long-awaited and was finally standardized by the IETF in 2011, paving the way for widespread use.
This new protocol opens up
- Block Elements
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As we all know, HTML has been around a long time and is used to build every website on the internet, but
Pretty much every user-based app and website needs to send an email to the user at some point, so eventually you'll have to deal with the joyous world of programmatic emailing. There are quite a few services popping up to help you with this, but with every app having
Over the last few years especially, neural networks (NNs) have really taken off as a practical and efficient way of solving problems that can't be easily solved by an algorithm, like face detection, voice recognition, and medical diagnosis. This is largely thanks to recent discoveries on how to better
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a collection of extremely popular set of services for websites and apps, so knowing how to interact with the various services is important. Here, we focus on the Simple Storage Service (S3), which is essentially a file store service.
All files must be
Here we present a fully-working Apache Camel Blueprint project. It provides example code for building routes, creating beans, and deploying to ServiceMix with Blueprint.
In short, Blueprint is much like Spring. Really, its a lot like Spring, but with slight differences. The Blueprint Container specification was created by the
With the extreme prevalence of mobile apps, web apps, and desktop apps, REST services are more important than ever to provide data to it's users. This data could be used for the native app, or for 3rd party developers to expand your service's reach in to other apps. Either way,