[Hiring] Full-Stack Web Developer (Node.js/React)

Healthcare SaaS company searching for a part-time Full-Stack developer who can create new features, refactor specific services, build API-based services and conduct React-based frontend development.

Looking for an individual who is experienced with React and Redux state management, build RESTful services and high coding standards.

Backend Includes:

  1. Node
  2. Express
  3. ES6
  4. Mongo + Mongoose
  5. REST APIs based on controller models
  6. AWS SDK

Frontend includes:

  1. React
  2. Redux - State Management
  3. Sagas - Asynchronous patterns for API calls and transactions
  4. Logic
  5. Websockets + Socket.io
  6. Yarn and NPM
  7. Webpack

Please share experience, previous projects, and contact information.

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My first open source project! MyDrive, a Node.js/React based Cloud Storage Solution (Similar To Google Drive). v.redd.it/n9d6day5y2l41
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What are all the things to consider and account for when deploying a Node.js app and post-deployment?

I am working on a web application in Node.js for a department at my university. I am also working with a worker who is helping me in deploying the app on the school server and open the ports to have the application to everyone. ( Edit: DB is also on the same server as the app)

This is my first time deploying a Node.js app and would like to have the application run and have no errors, crashes and other possible problems, for years to come. I have a feeling the application could crash or run into errors for things I might have missed or forgot to consider. For example what if I have to upgrade a dependency or module in the future that the application depends on to work? How should I handle that?

What are all the things I should make sure are in-place and working fine during and post-deployment, (sort of like a checklist) to make sure my application will be working fine for years to come?

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What would you expect from an "advanced Node.js" book

Hey Noddists,

So, I am planning to write a book about "advanced Node.js" mostly to write down things I have learnt in the last years writing instrumentation for this runtime.

(It's planned to be an open-source freely-available book).

It's called "advanced Node.js" as it is definitly not a Node.js 101 thing - reader would be expected to have used Node.js a decent bit before having any interest in this book.

I have a lot of ideas about what I should include into it but I would be curious to know if you think that certain topics should be covered.

So, what would you want to see in such a book?

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Is MongoDB the de facto solution when working with Node.js?

I'm not really a database guy. I'm more of a host-nothing/do-as-much-as-you-can-with-just-GitHub-pages kind of guy, but I have a client that wants a scheduling app and I want to get comfortable hosting/working with my own database.

Can I end my search with MongoDB? Seems like I can get away with the free-tier of their hosted solution. How does a document store behave differently from a key-value store? Can I have the data adhere to a JSON schema in any way? I want some structure, and ideally transactions should fail if I provide the wrong data type.

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How to automate a single task in Node, e.g. automatically execute a function once a day?

Hi all. I'm new to Node. I have some code in a JS file, and want to execute that code on a schedule (e.g. once per day). What are the options to do so? I'm happy using a third party package if need be.

In my case, what I will be automating is sending an email. To be clear, in my JS file is code which sends a single test email (to my own mailbox), using Nodemailer. I'd like this email to be automatically sent, once per day.

A web search has turned up two different Node packages that might be able to do this:

node-cron looks a little more up to date. Maybe someone has experience with one or either of these, and can vouch for it?

Thanks in advance.


*Edit: I should probably mention that this will not be used for anything critical. It is just a simple app I've built as a side-project. It will not be publicly facing--it's just s

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Where's your cortical node, buddy?

"Gotta be in there somewhere".

Really nice little throwback in the very first scene of Ep 5 of Picard.

While Icheb's being vivisected and his Borg components are being harvested, the 'surgeon' can't find his cortical node.

In the Voyager episode "Imperfection", Seven of Nine's cortical node malfunctions and has to be replaced, but they can't find a viable replacement in time.

Icheb removes his own cortical node and alters his genes such that his body can continue to function without it (despite the fact that not having a cortical node for an ex-Borg should be a death sentence.)

The surgeon can't find Icheb's cortical node because it's in Seven of Nine.

Just one of the nice little Voyager nods this episode!

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It's 2020, why is node-gyp still breaking builds!

Idk if node-sass should find a better solution or if node-gyp needs to friggin' get off of python 2.7 but this is ridiculous! Their updated instructions just say to install the ` windows-build-tools npm package ` which is MUCH better than having to install Visual Studio. But if you upgraded node and let it update your python install too then node-gyp will still ruin your day. Only after uninstalling python 3.8 did it finally start working again (because I still had 2.7 installed from the last time this bit me). The windows instructions should really mention that too instead of acting like it's only a concern for Linux.

Edit:
After posting this I went and created this issue for the windows install instructions.

https://github.com/nodejs/node-gyp/issues/2041

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The EARN IT Act will make running a crypto node just as big of a headache as running a Tor exit node.

Trump and Bill Bar are basically striping the 230 protections so that you have to apply for them. They will set rules and decide who can get the protections.

The 230 protections basically assign responsibility for user generated content on the poster of the content, not the hosting, website, or other entities. It provides a clear way for the internet to host free and open discussions without supposing that the any entity transmitting or housing the data is liable for the content being transmitted, hosted, or displayed by any individual or company that didn't create the content.

Without this clarity of law, civil and criminal suits would basically kill the internet as we know it because every single entity on the internet would end up being very afraid of lawsuits for user generated content.

In order for crypto to work it has to not care what the source of the data is or what it is for. If Trump and Barr get their way, the internet will become just as sanitized and "safe" as broad

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Since we are going back to Rasputin/Mars, maybe an update on some legacy content on mars? Such as sleeper node duplication protection?

Till this very day, the grind for getting all 40 sleeper nodes is absolutely awful. RNG is bad enough but when it comes to sleeper nodes, its off the charts. I know there are plenty of folks out there who are 35/40 or 38/40 and they know the grind sucks.

So my simple question is: Can we please have duplication protection? The rewards for doing sleeper nodes isn't anything game-breaking either. It's just old content that some of us completionist want to complete and get over with.

Edit:since some ppl hate the idea of bringing rng into our favor (crazy I know). Another idea is too maybe reduce the cost it takes to make one by half. So 2 instead of 4? Unless there might be some specific reason why it has to be 4.

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Node.js Playlist

Hello,

Here is a pretty awesome playlist that covers lots of material and is very thorough (over 100 videos). Give Miss Xing a look!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijlEAK80S2k&list=PLGTrAf5-F1YLBTY1mToc_qyOiZizcG_LJ

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Hot nodes
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City Center of my 3rd Skylines City. Too bad I will hit the net node limit soon.
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We are the people behind Bitcoin Cash Node. Ask Us Anything.

Hi everyone!

I'm freetrader, maintainer of Bitcoin Cash Node.

For the coming BCH network upgrade on 15 May 2020, Bitcoin Cash Node will provide a safe and professional node implementation that will neutrally follow the longest chain without contributing to the risk of a chain split.

I've invited everyone who participated in the project so far, and who supported us in the wings, to join us in this AMA.

We are here to answer any questions you might have about the project, the people behind it, where it intends to go etc.

AMA


Some infos on Bitcoin Cash Node:

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Can anyone suggest how to get single executable from node js project .
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Can we please get dual wield nodes changed/fixed before 3.10 so they apply to hollow palm jewel and not repeat mistake of spectral shield throw?

Currently they say β€œweapon critical strike chance while dual wielding” and β€œweapon damage while dual wielding” change that to attack damage while dual wielding or weapon and unarmed damage while dual wielding before its too late please. It took about 2 months to fix attack damage with shield nodes to work with spectral shield throw.

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I made my first web app in node/express - Ecommerce website

This is my first web app in node made with Express/Pug/Bootstrap/PostgreSQL and light use of VueJS:

https://young-coast-13128.herokuapp.com/

Test user if you don't want to sign up:

user: Reddit
password: reddit123

It's a fake smartphone shop. I'm still learning design concepts so it doesn't look great. It's also in Portuguese, my native language.

I'd like to receive some feedback. Thanks in advance.

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I know this is a stupid question, but how can I upload users' profile-pictures in NODE.JS, using express and mongoose?

So, I am sort of new to node. I, however, am familiar with PHP. We used to upload the images to our servers and save the path to the image in the database. I can't figure out a way to upload an image and return its path. Hopefully, some of you guys could help me out with it :D

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Announcing: Bitcoin Cash Node read.cash/@freetrader/bit…
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New Growth from Drain Hole!? Has anyone every experienced this before? This is a propagated Marble Queen Pothos from cuttings.. perhaps one node was dropped upside down?.. is that a thing?
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Maximizing Profits - Send 9YO Son to get the FPS nodes lol
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Five Myths used in β€œGolang vs Node.js” debate
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Creating a Node API and making money from it?

Hey r/node,

I wanted to share a few thoughts I had about APIs and wanted to see if anyone resonates.

As a developer, there are often only a few ways to make money:

  • Build a full-fledged frontend + payment + authentication system to sell access to software
  • Selling the intellectual property
  • Freelancing / working for a company

It got me thinking... there's actually a huge barrier before you can actually start earning from an API you've built. For us API developers, there should be an easy way to monetise our code without burdening ourselves with dealing with frontend + payment + authentication.

To solve this, I'm building a platform that allows you to plug and play authentication, moderation, logging, etc. for your API whilst handling payments. Think of it like Airbnb but for your developer API.

I would love to hear your thoughts / feedback having built APIs using Node in the past.

Also, what's motivated you along the way if it wasn't for a commercial purpose.

If you want to

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GIVE US INFINITE RESPECS UNTIL YOU FIX THE NODES

some nodes are completely worthless cos they don't work at all. how the flying fuck does one get the memo regarding which ailments work with immortal offering?

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There's a new node in the crucible directory.

>Spoiler

Edit: HYPE TRAIN IS REAL!

Edit: You have to talk to Osiris after you place the tower obelisk core, then this pops up.

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Intel CFO: "10nm Isn't Going to Be the Best Node That Intel Has Ever Had" digitaltrends.com/computi…
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Advanced Guide to Diadem Farming (map of all nodes and their contents, explanations of mechanics)

Diadem is not random!

#See this Botanist map I made! (/u/Hakul made a Mining guide here.

See the text at the top of the image for a brief explanation.

Edit (because additional information came to my attention): This map is important because the Node Bonuses (i.e. Yield +1/+2, Attempts +5) are NOT random! Notice there are six circles per path, meaning there are six "sub-paths" per path, consisting of eight nodes each. The 6th node in the path always has a Yield +1 Bonus, the 7th node always has a Yield +2 Bonus, and the 8th node always has an Attempts +5 Bonus (use King's Yield II/Blessed Harvest II on this node). This allows you to focusfarm certain items.

The inner (red) path always has Perception-based bonuses for the Yield +1/+2 (Perception >= 2345), and the outer (blue) path always has

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Found this great article the other day on Node.js Multithreading. blog.logrocket.com/node-j…
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How I structure my Node.js REST APIs link.medium.com/8TaxXxuVz…
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Building RESTful Api With Node.js, Express.Js And PostgreSQL the Right way medium.com
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how to encrypt a zip file on download and then decrypt with node.js?

I have an application that downloads a zipped folder with a bunch of audio files in it. I want to encrypt that zip file on download, and then be able to decrypt the zip file at some other point in the application so that it can be extracted. I have basic logic for encryption and decryption using Node's Crypto package and AES-256 with CTR mode, but I can't seem to get a usable zip file at the end of the process.

Here's my http.get request that I use to download the zip file:

http.get(fileURI).on('response', function(res) {  
  res.on('data', function(chunk) {
    let encryptedChunk = encrypt(chunk);
    writeStream.write(encryptedChunk);
  }).on('end', function() {
    writeStream.end();
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So that get request encrypts every chunk of data as its downloaded and sends it to the writeStream which is open to a specific file, and then the writestream is ended when the zip is done downloading. This seems to encrypt correctly, in the sense that I can't

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Linked list node allocation problems
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Node File Encryption Results in Empty File for Certain Filetypes

Here is a minimal reproduction of the bug: https://gist.github.com/alichtman/0ecc89dab1fe47d635e65cb40a5dce0e

When encrypting certain types of files, an empty (0B) encrypted file is created. I can reproduce this bug with PDFs and JPGs, however, this code works to encrypt text files and some executables, so it's not a plaintext-only issue. I've exhausted all of the possibilities I can think of. Does anyone have any ideas?

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AB Pug: "Hold 3 nodes." Me:
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Damascus Crystal node has got to go

Since the beginning of the game, that node has been complaint about. It serves no purpose other than wasting a golden paper. We were mostly able to ignore it by leaving most of our characters at mc49, which was annoying but whatever.

With introduction of mc70, we can no longer ignore that node. Making the gold paper demand per 5 star character go from 2(3) to 7. Don’t forget even 3 and 4 stars need gold paper too at 2 and 3 respectively.

In addition, 6 star weapons now exists, so the Damascus ingots have decreased in value a bit too.

So please Cygames. Just get rid of it altogether. The demand on gold paper is now too high. And of course that means refunding every golden paper spent on that node to each player. It’d help tremendously for this drought.

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Ecommerce solutions for node

Hello there Reddit community,

I am in need of assistance. We are a development studio that focuses on creating websites and mobile apps for our customers. So far we have been able to satisfy our clientele but we plan on expanding... online payments. On mobile this is quite simple with google and apple but the problem is with websites (or eCommerce sites if you will).

I cannot, for the life of me, grasp the concept of online payments. I am aware that you need to use a payment gateway but i have several problems with this. Since we do not use any form of CMS like WordPress of Shopify plugins are out of the question. All our websites and apps are custom made with our preferred stack (the main backend language being Nodejs).

Services like paypal exist where we can accept card transactions with the users having a paypal account BUT this only applies to the US and UK (There are more but our country is not supported).

Basically this is my knowledge so far...

  1. First you need
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I made an open source cloud file service. MyDrive, a node.js/react based cloud storage solution (Similar to Google Drive) v.redd.it/nz80l3f61al41
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Add BFA Herb and Mineral Nodes to the Assault Zones

There are a lot of complaints right now about Zin'anthid farming due to multiboxers and for good reason. I think a good fix that also helps create parity with tailoring and skinning would be to add herb and mineral nodes to the assault zones that drop random BFA herbs and minerals.

For example, there could be a Mutating Void Weed that has a 40% chance of being Zin'anthid, 40% chance of being any other normal BFA herb, 5% chance of being Anchor Weed, and a 15% chance of being multiple herb drops. Likewise for mineral nodes could be an Unstable Geode with the same idea.

This idea matches how tailoring and skinning already work since you can get those materials from assault zones.

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Beginner's Guide to using Node.js and the Express.js framework zeroequalsfalse.com/posts…
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JWT and Node

When using JWT in Node, does the toke have to be sent with every single request? For example, The token is used with the login and logout system of an app. But once logged in is the token then sent Everytime a CRUD operation is done?

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Four Node Bare Metal Kubernetes Raspberry Pi Cluster for about $450
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3 months ago this was just a stem with no leaves and a couple of nodes, now she has sprouted a new leaf within the last week 😍
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What are some libraries to learn after you are comfortable with Node and what are they used for?

I’m starting to get my foot in the door and wondering where to go next? Thanks !

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Help!! I noticed this big ass bump under my armpit on Friday, it kinda looked like a swell lymph node at first but then it started hurting, it turned red and ended up looking like this. Any idea what it could be? Can’t see a doctor because they’re all busy with corona virus here in Italy
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Are there any free hosting services that can host a node server?

I've already deployed my server on Heroku and it works great. But the problem with Heroku is that my server-app I create "token" files, which need to be checked every time a user logs-in to check if he already has an account. And these files when the dyno restarts get lost, which is not a good thing as my whole server relies on these token files.

So are there any free hosting services that allow me to deploy my node server?

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I have gone nearly 600 days at 39/40 sleeper nodes.

Maniac depression set in a LONG time ago. I have spent countless stems trying to get one specific key. The emblem seems like the most unobtainable thing in Destiny to me right now.

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Nice patch... but pls let me reset my nodes for free if you patch them

Well as I said in the title. I don't care about patches and changes.. but if they change something in the nodes or how attributes work. give everyone a free reset. Now I am stuck with "shit" and have to wait until I can pay for a re roll.

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My random bag seed turned out to be a girl! She’s a weirdo - she didn’t have a first β€œset” of nodes, she decided she wanted to grow three. Then she split herself into two branches on one side without topping. But I think her deformities make her beautiful. [F14 - second grow] v.redd.it/oqrjckstrgm41
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Not caught up with Stripe's latest API changes? Here's a comprehensive guide to setting up Stripe subscriptions in Node.js with built-in Strong Customer Authentication codenebula.io/node.js/str…
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Hey NodeJS masters, Coming from Rails, I need your help to understand a few things about Node!

I need to develop an API and I don't have another choice to do it with node.

I tried Express, and it looks great but I do have some issue with:

  1. On Rails, I use Capistrano to deploy my Apps. I struggle to find a good way to do it with Node/Express?
  2. Are there any simple open-source apps that are good examples to follow? For Rails ( http://www.opensourcerails.com)
  3. What is the best ORM? TypeORM? Sequelize? What are the main differences?
  4. Any best practices/indispensable lib or NPM to use?

Thanks!

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Using node and TypeScript I've created a command line tool to easily copy files from browser to a server (or from server to server) via WebRTC (peer to peer). github.com/mat-sz/droplol
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Hey buddy I think you got the wrong keystone, Blood Magic is two nodes down.
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Is there a way to uninstall all node and npm instances from your windows machine including all the packages and files related to them?

Yeah, for some reason, I am supposed to do that to install nvm, which is very frustrating. Is there an easy way to do that?

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NLP is more accessible than ever: fast and production-ready question-answering in Node.js with only 3 lines of code! πŸš€ github.com/huggingface/no…
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Just started studying Node JS. I have a background in game development. Any advice to avoid the usual beginner mistakes? useful resources?
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[EU] Node/Siege Infographic 2019/20 - by Crandall from Unpredictable
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Suggest a creative projects for beginner using node
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Best way to structure a service in node.js/express?

Hello, recently I have started moving all the logic from my express routes, into a service provider. One of these routes deals with streams, not only that, but it also has to do some additional logic after the stream is finished. Because of this I am trying to find the most elegant solution of doing so, without passing res/req into the provider. I am not sure exactly how to post code on reddit, but i did post a more detailed question, with examples on stackoverflow here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/60032651/best-way-to-structure-a-service-in-node-js-express

If anyone could help point me into the right direction, it would be a big help.

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How to secure an at home Ubuntu Node Server?

So currently I have a server running, it uses mongoDB as its database, and also stores files inside of it (using gridFS). All files are first encrypted by a global server password (it acquires this key as the server first starts up.), I chose not to use each users password to encrypt the data because I was worried someone could just look at the mongoDB database (if they had physical access), and just take the passwords from there, I did not want to store the encryption password anywhere on the server. And also I would run into complications when a user wanted to change their password (would I reencrypt every single chunk of that user? Or perhaps still store the old password?).

But, what would stop someone from just using the mongoDB CLI tool (again assuming they have physical access), and just change a users password while its still running (so they do not lose that encryption key on startup), log into their account, and finally download their data?

I looked into adding authorizat

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Bitcoin Cash Node v0.21.0 is now available. Get ready for the May network upgrade! bitcoincashnode.org/
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Am image processing library for node js I wrote

I just published a library on npm for image processing called imagizer Javascript. In its core, it uses computer vision, making it super fast. Some features of the library include :cartooning an image, making an image black and white, resizing an image, etc.

Doc : https://www.npmjs.com/package/imagizer-javascript

Source code : https://github.com/Valentine-Mario/imagizer

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Question: Build local Node.js

Hey the last few days i've been developing a web site, it consists only of one .html file and an .js for node.js. To run the site I just run nodemon and it works fine, but is it possible to do the folowing:

-build everything into another directory where all u do is open up the .html and node would work without having to install node.js, npm, and all the dependecies.

It's basicly an audio/video converter using ffmpeg and i just want to run it localy and share with some friends that don't webdevelop so if there was a possibility to build it or something like that and how would i go about doing it?

Apk would probably work but i want it for pc specificly.

Thanks in advance.

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Pi 3 node build - doing my part
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If sleeper nodes don't randomly play Russian hardbass this season I will be a little sad.

That's it, that's the post.

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Introducing schlippi, a node script that finds clips in slippi replays that you tag in game with a unique command

GITHUB REPO

Here is how you use schlippi:

During a match, tag a moment you want saved by inputting your unique command (the default is L+R+Z).

By default this will clip the last 10 seconds and an additional second afterward.

If you want to tag the end of the match, then press the input command anytime during (Ready! GO!) of the next match.

Once you have your tagged slp replays, here is how you run the script

  1. Install Node
  2. Download the repo
  3. Put your .slp replays in the replays folder
  4. Open the terminal and navigate to the root folder, example: cd D:/schlippi
  5. Install slp-parser-js: npm install slp-parser-js
  6. Run the script node script.js
  7. Once the script has completed running, you will have a .json file in the clipShows folder.
  8. Navigate to your slippi dolphin folder, for me this is: cd C:/Users/Schmooblidon/AppData/Roaming/Slippi\ Desktop\ App/dolpin
  9. Start dolphin with the clipSh
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Having to play the game in low graphics mode to race the timer in u7 after first few nodes is rly no fun can we get a timer extension on every enemy kill? Like +10 seconds?

Ideally I'd love no raid timer but compromise a little pls πŸ™

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[Node/TS] Just finished with the new Typescript version of my Trading Bot
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When did DE move the Dojo node and what did they make space for? Scarlet Spear maybe?
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Node Frameworks?

So I'm working on building a side project, and I'm still debating on what backend language to use. I've been using PHP for 10 years.

I've used node for small things, and I have a lot of frontend experience too, but one thing I like about PHP is Laravel. I know it well and it does a lot for you. Is there a good Laravel esque node framework out there that people actually use? Or does everyone just go node/express and roll their own?

I come from a pretty heavy backend OO background, so moving to a functional backend with no framework is a bit out of my comfort zone. The one thing I hate about React is it gives me too much freedom. I know a lot of people like that about it, but I honestly don't. I don't want to have to think about what form package I'm going to use or how I'm going to manage state, or what my directory structure is. I want someone smarter than me choosing all that for me, which is why Rails or Laravel is very attractive to me. It seems like the node ones are not as wi

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I found this on a Node.JS API.
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Create simple POS with React, Node and MongoDB #5: Setup ReCaptcha and define CORS blog.soshace.com/create-s…
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The adventures of deploying a Node Js server please help :(

Hello guys so for the past 48 hours or so ive been "simply" trying to host a node js server on Digital Ocean where i am using express js for incoming request payloads . For the client side i am hosting a website separately on firebase that hits the end points to retrieve the data to be displayed on the front end .

The end points work fine via HTTP locally HOWEVER when i try to deploy into production in order to avoid any CORS issues from the research ive done so far all these request must be HTTPS for security reasons but when i do so i receive no data back from the api I just get "Failed to load resource: net::ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED" and its been driving me crazy haha.

I've done tons of googling and some people have said i need to set up the DNS on my web host to the IP i received from Digital Ocean but that dosent make sense to me since i am hosting my website somewhere else and not Digital Ocean. I've also read something about having to set up proxys? Anyways if anyone has done

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I created a Node interview Cheatsheet

I've been a full time PHP developer for years, but nodejs is my goto language for my side projects. My new year resolution is to find a full time node job in 2020. To prepare myself for tech interviews, I've create a cheatsheet and thought some of you guys might find it useful too.

It's at https://www.cheaki.com/nodejs/nodejs-interview-questions

38 questions right now, will keep adding more.

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GitHub - lirantal/nodejs-cli-apps-best-practices: The largest Node.js CLI Apps best practices list ✨ github.com/lirantal/nodej…
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How would a 'remember-me' / 'keep me signed-in' work on nodejs/node ?

What do I have to save inside a cookie to send that info to the server ? What do I need to do ? What do I have to learn ? I'm confused

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Since we all know Uniques are underpowered, and the Wolcen staff are concentrating on fixing bugs/nodes/difficulty (thank you!), they should let the community have a contest where we design and vote on 3 new uniques. It would take it off the developers plates and inject some life into the end game!

I, for one, would be glad to help set something like this up.

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Can someone explain the node sessions to me?

Hi all! Probably a really dumb question.

I don't have any expirience with server based application development, except for maybe some general things. Previously I worked with JS for about a year and a half.

So we have this legacy system, which I used to receive and send http requests to via REST in JS. It only accepts basic HTTP auth and returns JWTs back to store in a cookie (I stored them in a global variables, yeah, I know) and make requests with. Since all JS is client-side and my apps never had to be bigger than one page I never had to bother with any kind of session control, as it was managed by the legacy system itself.

I now have a goal of creating a server-side application. I understand the basic concepts of node, express, app structure, routing, exporting, static files, etc, but what about multiple users using my app?

I played with express session and redis for a bit and was able to get it to work. What I have right now is a demo login page and a demo landing page. If use

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