In this tutorial we will be talking about how we can set up a simple Node.js HTTP server from a beginner's perspective. Node is a fantastic candidate for creating web servers; which are lightweight and can handle a great number of simultaneous requests. This means if you’re interested in learning to build scalable web applications this is a great beginner's guide.
JSONStream is one of the oldest and most useful libraries in npm. It allows you to process JSON from any readable stream in realtime without wasting memory and buffering data. It supports real time parsing from multiple format styles (elements within an array, line delimited JSON, etc).
In this tutorial you discover how to work with the Neo4j graph database in Node.js. Graph databases are very useful when you want to store and query highly connected data. Neo4j is a database that can efficiently store, handle and query highly connected elements in your data model. Neo4j has a powerful and flexible data model so you can represent your real-world, variably structured information without a loss of fidelity.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to work with Redis in Node.js. Redis is an open source advanced key-value cache and store. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets, bitmaps and hyperloglogs.
At Modulus, we’re always looking for interesting ways to engage developers around the globe. A lot of you have asked for more video tutorials and we’re pleased to announce that we will be producing more videos addressing Node.js and Modulus.