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Session Management in Nodejs Using Redis as Session Store

We have covered session management in ExpressJs using a global variable technique which of course will not work in the case of shared server or concurrent execution of HTTP requests which is the most familiar production scenario. Codeforgeek readers requested to provide a solution for this issue and the optimal one is to use external …

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Facebook Status Box using Node.js and MySQL

I have already explained about Express.js tutorial and creating a simple app with it. As promised in that post I thought to come up with another Express.js tutorial with MySQL. But again, explaining just the concept about the library is not enough and this is not even why codeforgeek exists. So I thought to come …

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Using FeathersJS To Access MariaDB With Minimal Coding Part III

Simple CRUD Example Using FeathersJS And Sequelize, Part III This is the final article of a three-part series. This series of articles will focus on building a complete CRUD interface. The reader is encouraged to optionally install Postman and simulate the same steps using a REST interface. Article One Of The Three-part Series Article Two …

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Using FeathersJS To Access MariaDB With Minimal Coding Part II

Simple CRUD Example Using FeathersJS And Sequelize, Part II. This is the second article of a three-part series. This series of articles will focus on building a complete CRUD interface. The reader is encouraged to optionally install Postman and simulate the same steps using a REST interface. All steps in this three-part article series could be …

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Two way data binding angularjs tutorial

Two way data binding in angularjs framework is approach to synchronize the data between model and view. What it means that if there is any change happens in model ( Back-end ) then view ( front-end ) will be updated and vice versa. You can use this approach to build high performance web application with …

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