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Node.js is an event-based, non-blocking, asynchronous I/O runtime that uses Google’s V8 JavaScript engine and libuv library. It is used for developing applications that make heavy use of the ability to run JavaScript both on the client, as well as on server side and therefore benefit from the re-usability of code and the lack of context switching.

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Strapi: Creating a cron job for adding short links to the articles

Strapi: Creating a cron job for adding short links to the articles

Creating a cron in Strapi for adding short links to articles

Building a Blog | Nodejs Strapi Cron

Posted 2. April 2021 by Milind SinghMilind Singh - 2 min read

Traefik 101: Deploying Node.js App with PM2 and Traefik using File Provider

Traefik 101: Deploying Node.js App with PM2 and Traefik using File Provider

We all know the classic web servers Apache and Nginx, but try the much newer and amazing Traefik! Traefik is a modern HTTP reverse proxy and load balancer that makes deploying microservices easy. Learn basic deployment of a Node.js app using file-based configuration (without using any Container service like Docker).

Deployments | Nodejs PM2 Traefik

Posted 21. February 2021 by Milind SinghMilind Singh - 5 min read

Explore: How this blog is built ?

Explore: How this blog is built ?

A definitive guide for building a modern website. Know what happens behind the scenes in adapttive.com.

Building a Blog | DNS Nginx Vue.js Gridsome Nodejs PM2 Strapi HTML Netlify GraphQL JAMStack MongoDB

Posted 5. January 2021 by Milind SinghMilind Singh and Risha TiwariRisha Tiwari - 5 min read