In “Enabling a Node.js Server-Side App on Windows Azure,” I introduced the idea of running Node.js withinWindows Azure roles and why you might want to do so. Recent developments have made it easier (and potentially more cost-effective) to host Node.js applications on Windows Azure — by hosting Node.js applications within Windows Azure Websites. A compelling use of Node.js and its lightweight, non-blocking, highly asynchronous HTTP infrastructure is the building of REST APIs. To demonstrate this, the article will discuss how to build a lightweight trace-logging API that can be used from any REST-capable client. This API is built with Node.js and uses the NoSQL MongoDB document-oriented database to store the event log trace entries. In contrast to the previously referenced article, in which we used the Azure SDK to build and deploy the solution to Azure, here I will show how to use WebMatrix 2 to build and deploy the application to Azure Websites.
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Implementing lazy loading in anuglarjs application with Requirejs and OcLazyLoad
Automated testing is a great way to improve the quality and speed throughout the development of your code. In this article I’ll explain some of the benefits of automated testing, show you how to add testing to an existing project, write tests, and then write code to make the tests pass. This article is written with the assumption you are familiar with Node.js and Gulp.
How to use MySQL with Node.js
New to Node.js and wondering if you can use your old friend MySQL with it? Good news – it is surprisingly very easy to get MySQL working with Node.js. This article guides you through the process.
First of all, you’ll need to install an aptly named Node.js module called mysql.
AngularJS has some problems with perfromance if its, but it also has great tools to fight with those problems. Here are some of my tips.