[Solved] Massive data & Node.js – increasing timeout for request of REST API functions

In case of operations for big data regarding fetching numerous records, operations taking a bit time (e.g. > 3-5 minutes)  or uploading a blob on azure local storage even if we using async operations   node.js in this situations can close or reject current request due to exceed default timeout of request. In this situation we […]

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April 8th, 2020

Setting up node.js cluster for socket.io – A simply way to performance

In this article we will focus on setting up node.js cluster for socket.io. Socket.io is doing multiple requests to perform handshake and establish connection with a client. With a cluster those requests may arrive to different workers, which will break handshake protocol. To solve this problem we can use perfect solution based on sticky-sessions module. […]

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NGINX vs Apache – power engine asynchronous and even-driven server

Apache is a flexible server which can be process-based, thread-based or event-based as determined by the MPM used, while nginx is an event-based web server. Nginx is probably the two best-known asynchronous servers and Apache is undoubtedly the best known originally process-based server. The main advantage of the asynchronous approach is scalability. In a process-based […]

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December 6th, 2015

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