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Rate limiting for FeathersJS HTTP (REST API) and Web Sockets connections (Express, Node.js)

Rate limiting for FeathersJS HTTP (REST API) and Web Sockets connections (Express, Node.js)

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Building a sentiment analysis bot with IBM Watson and Raspberry Pi

Building a sentiment analysis bot with IBM Watson and Raspberry Pi | JavaScript | Scoop.it
“Do you ever wonder how your teammates perceive your Slack chat messages? Maybe you sound heroic! Or unpleasant. Perhaps you project harsh undertones you haven’t even noticed! Imagine a helpful robot…”
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Setup a Raspberry PI As Headless Spotify Connect Player: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

Setup a Raspberry PI As Headless Spotify Connect Player: 6 Steps (with Pictures) | JavaScript | Scoop.it
“This Instructable is associated with my Retro Music Streaming Box. I will show in detail how to set up a Raspberry Pi 2B or 3 to work as a headless Spotify Connect client. Requirements:Raspberry Pi with headless Raspian JessieEltechs Exagear License (https://eltechs.com/product/exagear-desktop/exagea...Spotify Premium Account An SSH Client (like Putty: www.putty.org)A VNC Client (like UltraVNC: www.uvnc.com)It is also possible to install a trial version of the exagear environment. This requires additional tools and I could not test what happens when upgrading to a full license.”
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Single Page Application with Angular.js Node.js and CouchDB

Single Page Application with Angular.js Node.js and CouchDB | JavaScript | Scoop.it
We posted the article on Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and CouchDB with Express . Current post is a way to migrate the same with Express 4.
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https & authentication in node.js by Jeroen Moors

https & authentication in node.js by Jeroen Moors | JavaScript | Scoop.it
“A presentation created with Slides.”
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The 15 Best JavaScript Charting Libraries

The 15 Best JavaScript Charting Libraries | JavaScript | Scoop.it
This article provides a quick rundown of the 15 best JavaScript libraries for creating charts and graphs.

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Build a JavaScript Compressor tool using Node.JS, ExpressJS, Jade, UglifyJS tutorial

Build a JavaScript Compressor tool using Node.JS, ExpressJS, Jade, UglifyJS tutorial | JavaScript | Scoop.it
“ TweetEmail TweetEmailDocument version number: initial post As the title states its a beginners tutorial with a lot of stuff to learn. This tutorial exist to give you a little bit of understanding o...”
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Git Workflows for Pros: A Good Git Guide

Git Workflows for Pros: A Good Git Guide | JavaScript | Scoop.it
Git can support your project not just with version control, but also with collaboration and release management. Understanding how workflow patterns can help or hinder a project will give you the knowledge to evaluate and adapt your project’s Git processes effectively.Throughout this article I will isolate patterns found in common workflows. Knowledge of these will help you find a direction when joining, creating or growing a development team. The pros and cons for certain types of projects or teams will be highlighted within the themes we explore, so that you can pick and choose what might work well for your scenario.
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Learn HTML 5 in 3 days – Day 1 - CodeProject

Learn HTML 5 in 3 days – Day 1 - CodeProject | JavaScript | Scoop.it
Welcome to day 1 of Learn HTML 5 in 3 days article series; Author: Marla Sukesh; Updated: 9 Oct 2014; Section: ASP.NET; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 9 Oct 2014
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Start using closures with your AngularJS, EmberJS code, and other JavaScript.

Start using closures with your AngularJS, EmberJS code, and other JavaScript. | JavaScript | Scoop.it
Closures are one of the most powerful tools in JavaScript; they can help you write faster, cleaner, and safer code.
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13 Static Site Generators to Help You Build Your Ultimate Website - Mashable

13 Static Site Generators to Help You Build Your Ultimate Website - Mashable | JavaScript | Scoop.it
“ 13 Static Site Generators to Help You Build Your Ultimate Website Mashable DocPad is a static website generator built on Node.js and Express.js, that empowers your website with layouts, pre-processors, querying and a robust plugin system.”
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JavaScript Memory Management Masterclass

Efficient JavaScript webapps need to be fluid and fast. Any app with significant user interaction needs to consider how to effectively keep memory usage down because if too much is consumed, a page might be killed, forcing the user to reload it and cry in a corner.

Automatic garbage collection isn't a substitute for effective memory management, especially in large, long-running web apps. In this talk we'll walk through how to master the Chrome DevTools for effective memory management.

Learn how to tackle performance issues like memory leaks, frequent garbage collection pauses, and overall memory bloat that can really drag you down.


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node.js & express - global modules & best practices for application structure

node.js & express - global modules & best practices for application structure | JavaScript | Scoop.it
“ I'm building a node.js app that is a REST api using express and mongoose for my mongodb. I've got the CRUD endpoints all setup now, but I was just wondering two things. How do I expand on this wa...”
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Node Weekly Issue 189: May 25, 2017

“ Node.js Streams: Everything You Need to Know, Load Balancing Node Apps with NGINX and Docker, Node 8.0 Release Candidate 1 Builds, Eventn - Node.js RESTful Microservices, Microservices Made Easy with Node.js, and more.”
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Weather Forecast Cloud: 10 Steps (with Pictures)

Weather Forecast Cloud: 10 Steps (with Pictures) | JavaScript | Scoop.it
“This project makes a weather cloud using a Raspberry Pi Zero W. It connects to the Yahoo Weather API and depending on the forecast for the next day changes colors. I was inspired by the Wisconsin Gas Building that has a flame on the roof that changes depending on the forecast. Its an iconic landmark in Milwaukee, WI. The following poem goes with it.When the flame is red, it’s warm weather ahead!When the flame is gold, watch out for cold!When the flame is blue, there’s no change in view!When there’s a flickering flame, expect snow or rain!I thought a cloud would look nicer on the wall. For the code if the forecasted high for the next day is greater than 10% warmer it will be red, if the forecasted low is more than 10% colder it will be gold. But just in case both criteria are met the color re”
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OwnCloud 9 on Raspberry Pi - DIY Dropbox: 10 Steps (with Pictures)

OwnCloud 9 on Raspberry Pi - DIY Dropbox: 10 Steps (with Pictures) | JavaScript | Scoop.it
“Everyone has data, and whether you store it locally, or pay for a cloud-based service, there never seems to be enough storage space to go around. In this project we are going to take control of our data using a small chip computer known as the Raspberry Pi. After you are done, you will have a cloud-based storage solution for a fraction of the cost a service like Google Drive or Dropbox.Some features of OwnCloud: Free You are in control of your data An iOS and Android app to sync files, and more importantly, photos and videos, automatically Accessible from anywhereEDIT: This Instructable has been superseded by my NextCloud Instructable, while OwnCloud is still available and relevant, I would HIGHLY recommend it over OwnCloud.”
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Home Automation using Raspberry Pi and Nodejs

Home Automation using Raspberry Pi and Nodejs | JavaScript | Scoop.it
Real Time web application to controll any electric device at your home!From nothing to something to everything!!. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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US manufacturing: Why the hottest start-up is a factory

US manufacturing: Why the hottest start-up is a factory | JavaScript | Scoop.it
A growing number of people in their 20s are eschewing the typical path to riches through software start-ups and instead are turning to something a little more concrete.

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 Cortex Composites, has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in investor funding, and just accepted its first million-dollar contracts.  Mixing various types of cement and webbing, to create a cheap but sturdy rollable cement. - The idea was that it could replace expensive mixing trucks in places that need just thin layers of cement. Drainage ditches, canal beds - mostly in developing countries in Africa - were the theoretical target.    For Mr Krasnoff the appeal of actually making something tangible was irresistible.   He's part of what's been called the "hardware renaissance" of companies looking to move beyond traditional software and into markets like wearable technologies and internet-connected devices.


"The barriers to entry for people looking to build a product are coming down - it's faster to build a prototype, social media is making it easier to market your product, and crowdfunding is making it easier to raise that first lump of money," says Noramay Cadena, the co-founder of Make in LA, Los Angeles' first hardware-focused incubator space.

Ms Cadena worked for 10 years at traditional manufacturing firms including Boeing before founding Make in LA, which has partnered with a manufacturer, NeoTech, to help its first class of firms get their products made.  She says changes in the industry - in which big firms such as Boeing and General Electric have consolidated their businesses to focus on core competencies - have opened the door a bit for quirky, smaller firms looking to enter the manufacturing space.


The third option - which has also captured younger builders - of building smaller, microfactories that can contract manufacture quickly and cheaply.  Jeremy Herrman, 28, and Nick Pinkston, 31, met in 2008 when they bonded of a shared love of tinkering and a mutual fascination with the still-nascent 3D printing industry.  The two realised that they were hearing the same complaint over and over again: it was difficult for hardware entrepreneurs to find manufacturers willing to take on their projects.  So at the beginning of 2014, the two launched Plethora - a fully vertically integrated factory in the Dogpatch neighbourhood of San Francisco, which they filled with advanced 3D printers, robots and traditional milling machines. They currently have 20 employees and have raised more than $5m (£3.2m) in funding.  -  Crucial to their effort is, of all things, software which the two custom built to allow hardware firms to upload their designs and get feedback on whether or not the object they were hoping to prototype could be built according to their specifications.  Mr Hermann says that he thinks there are a lot of young software engineers like him who have turned back to manufacturing, an industry he says "hasn't changed much in 100 years".

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~199 slides on Front-end Tooling Workflows

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Learn HTML 5 in 3 days – Day 1 - CodeProject

Learn HTML 5 in 3 days – Day 1 - CodeProject | JavaScript | Scoop.it
Welcome to day 1 of Learn HTML 5 in 3 days article series; Author: Marla Sukesh; Updated: 9 Oct 2014; Section: ASP.NET; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 9 Oct 2014
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BackBone Tutorial - Part 7: Understanding Backbone.js Routes and History | Javalobby

BackBone Tutorial - Part 7: Understanding Backbone.js Routes and History | Javalobby | JavaScript | Scoop.it
In this article, we will try to look at Routes in Backbone.js. We will try to understand how routes can be useful in a large scale single page applications and...
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Passwordless - A node.js/express module for token-based logins

Passwordless - A node.js/express module for token-based logins | JavaScript | Scoop.it
“ Token-based authentication middleware for Express & Node.js to replace passwords. One-time passwords (OTPW) delivered via mail or SMS”
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Eloquent JavaScript - a free book about JavaScript, programming, and the wonders of the digital.

Eloquent JavaScript - a free book about JavaScript, programming, and the wonders of the digital. | JavaScript | Scoop.it
Contents: * Introduction * Values, Types, and Operators * Program Structure * Functions * Data Structures: Objects and Arrays * Higher-order Functions * The Secret Life of Objects * Project: Electronic Life * Bugs and Error Handling * Regular Expressions * Modules * Project: A Programming Language * JavaScript and the Browser * The Document Object Model * Handling Events * Project: A Platform Game * Drawing on Canvas * HTTP * Forms and Form Fields * Project: A Paint Program * Node.js * Project: Skill-Sharing Website
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Easy Node Authentication: Setup and Local

Easy Node Authentication: Setup and Local | JavaScript | Scoop.it
“ Authentication and logins in Node can be a complicated thing. Actually logging in for any application can be a pain. This article series will deal with authenticating in your Node application using the package Passport.”
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