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Node.js and MongoDB Tutorial

Hello. In this tutorial, we will create a simple node.js application and perform the CRUD operations with the MongoDB. The node.js framework is commonly used to create server-based applications which are further used to show the contents to the users.  1. Introduction Let us first understand that what is Mongo database and set up Node.js. MongoDB is a high-performance NoSQL ...

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Sequelize ORM in Node.js Application

Hello! In this tutorial, we will learn how to Sequelize ORM in Node.js Application. More specifically, we will build a RESTful application in a Node.js environment running on an Express.js server and PostgreSQL database to perform the CURD operations. We will also use the promise-based ORM dependency known as Sequelize to create the data model. 1. Introduction RESTful API stands ...

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RESTful services with HATEOAS: Hypermedia, Optional Or Not?

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1. Introduction In this last, conclusive part of the tutorial we are going to compile our thoughts, what we have learnt so far, and come up with the answer to a single question: could we ignore hypermedia and HATEOAS altogether, essentially relaxing (intentionally or not) one of the mandatory constraints of REST architectural style, and still pretend we are building ...

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RESTful services with HATEOAS. Documenting Hypermedia APIs

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1. Introduction Hopefully the previous part of the tutorial not only unveiled the far-reaching implications of the hypermedia and HATEOAS but has truly convinced us that these are among the fundamental building blocks of the RESTful web services and APIs. In this part we are going to continue this theme with the focus on the documentation aspect in order to ...

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RESTful services with HATEOAS. REST: The Refresher

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In this post, we feature a comprehensive article about RESTful services with HATEOAS. REST: The Refresher. 1. Introduction “Oh no! Please, not another article about REST!” many of you may scream, and rightly so. There are so many tutorials, posts, discussions and best practices published already, than it hardly makes any sense to come up with one more. Frankly speaking, ...

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