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Using Getters and Setters in JavaScript

Using Getters and Setters in JavaScript

Creating Objects in Javascript allows complex functionality while exposing only certain functions. Sometimes it's helpful to expose Object properties as well and unless they're simply read-write attributes, it may not be immediately clear how to how[...]

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Using template strings in ES6

Using template strings in ES6

I bought my first book on JavaScript somewhere around 1998, and the topic of String manipulation was limited to using the "+" operator to join two strings and using the "+=" operator to append to an existing string. For the most part little changed[...]

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JavaScript Object Constructors and Classes

JavaScript Object Constructors and Classes

While exploring the details of ES6, one of the first things that you'll read about is the new class keyword. It's not really something new, rather a new way to do the same thing we were doing before. It's simply a different way to create JavaScript[...]

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Node.js Performance Tuning

Node.js Performance Tuning

Node.js is a platform built on Chrome's JavaScript runtime for easily building fast and scalable network applications. It provides an event-driven architecture and a non-blocking I/O for application throughput and scalability. That's all well and[...]

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6 Reasons to deploy Node.js with Nginx

6 Reasons to deploy Node.js with Nginx

Node.js is an amazing platform for creating dynamic web applications. It handles high volumes easily and the npm ecosystem provides hundreds of modules that include some very good pre-built features but, like anything, Node.js has it's limitations.[...]

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NodeJS - Best Practices Error Handling

NodeJS - Best Practices Error Handling

Returning errors in the first argument of a callback works great in the simplest of examples, but the further you go down that path and the more code you write it quickly becomes apparent that it's not maintainable and should be handled differently.[...]

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