From a basic understanding what “What is DevOps?” to the role that Docker plays in this realm, Carmen Andoh explains what it means to be a developer using Docker and how that will directly affect the work you do and when that work happens.
Node.js is quickly growing in popularity – and with great success stories. Companies like Wal-Mart, PayPal and thousands of others around the world are using it, and producing case studies that show just how effective it can be. In spite of this success, though, there is still an underlying concern about Node.js and whether or not […]
In the last episode, you were introduced to the basic functional needs of the administrative and dashboard site. Having gone over the core of what this app needs, it’s time to dive in! But before the real functionality is put in place, it would be nice to know that the site is secured. After all, […]
Storing files on Amazon S3 is a great way to make them available to the world, without having to set up your own hosting service. But what do you do when you need to store files and deliver them without making them available to the public, directly? Using the Amazon AWS SDK for Node, you’ll learn how to create securely stored files, set up an HTTP based API in your application to deliver the file, and see how to use an HTTP redirect with a pre-signed URL to download the file.
Before you get started with this episode, you should get RabbitMQ installed on your system with one of these (free) episodes: Installing RabbitMQ on Windows 8 Installing RabbitMQ on OSX Installing RabbitMQ on Ubuntu Linux Now that you have RabbitMQ installed and configured on your system, it’s time to get rolling with things – learning […]