[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

SOLVED: Problem with install sharp module for node.js on windows – The tools version “2.0” is unrecognized. Available tools versions are “4.0”

  If You have problem with install sharp module for node.js on windows, and as result You’ve got  message error like “..The tools version “2.0” is unrecognized. Available tools versions are “4.0”..” or similar: then to solve this problem, before installing sharp, You need to install python and windows build tools to run node-gyp using presented following solution. The […]

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February 26th, 2018

Node.js – Protection from Brute Force and DDOS Attacks

  If you are building a Node application with Express or with another framework built on express e.g. feathers.js , Koa.js, Kraken, Sails, socket.io or another frameworks listed on http://expressjs.com/en/resources/frameworks.html, you can use the express-rate-limit middleware to protect Your solution from Brute Force and DDOS Attacks. This middleware prevents website, public REST API, and/or endpoints such as password reset from […]

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Vue.js and Nuxt on Total.js platform

In the last tweet on Twitter.com Nicholas C. Zakas wrote: “I recommend people use Vue.js these days. No license issues and I’ve just found it to be very well designed.” (source).  In this post we focus on Vue.js and Nuxt on Total.js platform. Presented below informations about Nuxt comes from nuxtjs.org Demo is on https://vue.jrbsystem.com/ Assumptions and Benefits our […]

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August 20th, 2017

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Node.js Emerging as the Universal Development Framework for a Diversity of Applications

I would like to invite you to read a amazing and very interesting article about node.js, which I am quoting with a link to the target page: “… Last year and at the beginning of this year, we asked you, Node.js users, to help us understand where, how and why you are using Node.js. We […]

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August 12th, 2017

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Total.js – Another frameworks (hapi.js, express, koa, feathers, sails, keystone) on total.js SuperAdmin platform

SuperAdmin is a combination of two powerful tools: nginx and total.js framework, additional with amazing possibilities. SuperAdmin is one of the the best ever web application process management and monitoring tool for web applications, REST services and websites written in Total.js and another frameworks. SuperAdmin is a great alternative to PM2 process management. All data are […]

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August 7th, 2017

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Total.js for run pure html files – index.html without @body and @layout

Your projects written under different technologies and frameworks like angularjs, angular 2, react.js, vue.js etc.  can running without any problems with pure and not changed index.html file by @body and @layout tags. In this way we simplifier automatic deployment process for instance with using webpack, react and angular 2,  where we generate destination bundled and […]

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July 28th, 2017

Socket.io – Security protection based on local server Token – part 1/3

Security protection applied on http/https server and the mechanisms used regardless of the distribution you are using (e.g. express, feathers, total.js, etc) do not secure socket.io. This is a separate issue that we will look at in this article. We will focus on the 3 most known security mechanisms. In this article we focus on security protection […]

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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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