In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a RESTful API using Node.js.
This article is the second part of creating a CRUD application with Express and MongoDB. We’re going to venture deep into the last two operations that were not covered in the first part – UPDATE and DELETE.
In this tutorial, you will learn to: create an Express Server, execute CREATE and READ operations, save and read from MongoDB, and use a template engine like Embedded JS. All this while building an app that lists quotes from Star Wars characters!
A side-by-side comparison of these two frameworks (and languages) would be excellent. To make the comparison fun, I decided to port a simple web-based game (named Pegger) to each framework.
I'd like to walk you through a few use cases for how you may want to integrate MailChimp into your own Node.JS application.
JWT is short for JSON Web Token, and is an open standard (RFC 7519) that defines a compact and self-contained way for securely transmitting information between parties as a JSON object. Here's how to add protected JWT authentication support to Express.js
ExpressJS is one of the most popular and widely used web frameworks in the Node.js development zone. So in this tutorial, we are going to develop a website using Bootstrap and ExpressJS. Express will work as the web server and routing handler, whereas Bootstrap and basic HTML will be used for the view.
What is a cookie? Cookies are small pieces of data sent from a website and are stored in user’s web browser while user is browsing that website. Every time the user loads that website back, the browser sends that stored data back to website or server, to distinguish user’s previous activity. ###What is Express? Express is a minimal and...
Why EJS The beauty of EJS is that, you can create partial views using EJS . For example you can have a common header,footer, navigation for all pages and just change the internal content using EJS. Also you are able to pass data to views. For instance consider the username, which in case of each user is different. Using EJS you can do something...