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Introducing nsuv

Here at NodeSource we are focused on fixing issues for the enterprise. This includes adding functionality and features to Node.js that are useful for enterprise-level deployments but would be difficult to upstream. One is the ability to execute commands remotely on Worker threads without the addition of running the inspector, such as capturing CPU profiles or heap snapshots.


Web Scraping in Node.js using Puppeteer

In this digital era, data plays a vital role in every process. From sales to machine learning, the functionality of every process is data-centric. Various types of data namely text, image, audio, and video are used depending on the process. Collecting these types of data from various resources for a particular process is called data collection. Nowadays data collection is done via the internet manually or programmatically depending upon the process.


AIOps Observability: Going Beyond Traditional APM

AIOps is an emerging technology that applies machine learning and analytics techniques to IT operations. AIOps enables IT teams to leverage advanced algorithms to identify performance issues, predict outages, and optimize system performance. Nodesource sees significant advantages for developers and teams to increase software quality by leveraging AIOPS.


Puppeteer in Node.js: Common Mistakes to Avoid

Puppeteer is a powerful Node.js browser automation library for integration testing and web scraping. However, like any complex software, it comes with plenty of potential pitfalls. In this article, I'll discuss a variety of common Puppeteer mistakes I've encountered in personal and consulting projects, as well as when monitoring the Puppeteer tag on Stack Overflow.


SBOM: The Essential Building Block for Cybersecurity

Software Bill of Materials (SBOMs) is how companies provide a comprehensive inventory of all the components, libraries, and dependencies used in a software system. This information helps organizations identify potential vulnerabilities and manage the risk of software supply chain attacks. Just as a supply chain document in manufacturing and product development outlines the origin and journey of raw materials and components, a software bill of materials (SBOM) does the same for software components.


5 Node.js Tools to Learn in 2023

The Node ecosystem comes with a wide variety of tools that have continued to evolve over the years. These tools are delivered via NPM packages and run in the command line, making them accessible to any developer (you do not need a fancy IDE to get the job done). In this take, we will explore 5 Node tools to learn this year: TypeScript, ES modules, ESLint, the ESLint SpellCheck plugin, and Mocha. These all run via the command line and can help boost your productivity when working on Node projects.


Nodesource introduces Machine learning on its N|Solid platform to help make better Node Apps

N|Solid is an incredibly versatile platform for helping developers and devops engineers build and manage highly performant and secure Node.js web applications. With the advancement of machine learning you can unlock even more potential. Our M/L solution is a powerful tool that can increase the quality of user experience and boost efficiency for organizations with their Node.js applications.


Building a REST API with AWS Gateway and NodeJS

AWS Gateway is a powerful tool for building APIs that scale to meet the demands of modern web and mobile applications. With AWS Gateway, you can create RESTful APIs that expose your data and business logic to developers who can then build rich, interactive applications that consume your API. REST API is an industry standard for building scalable, distributed web applications. With AWS Gateway, you can easily build a REST API that supports both GET and POST methods, as well as complex query parameters.


Managing Multiple Node.js Versions with NVM

If you have worked in the developing scenes, you know how important programming language versions are. Every time the company releases a new version of their language, they have significantly improved and worked upon its older versions. And most of the time, the older versions get deprecated and become out-of-use for building modern web applications. When Ryan Dahl first built Node.js in 2009, it was supported only on Mac OS and Linux.