In this article, we will explore the evolution of `Product` in Reaction from creation to the final order of the product. We will also explore what all phases a product goes through, all its important fields and their significance.
Recently, our organization planned to migrate an internal application web API to Nodejs web API. We have everything to work on node app, but we were lacking a console where we can run queries and examine results to implement them in our controller or vice-versa. fig 1. Nodejs consoleWhat we have in Ruby on Rails frameworkrails_app $ rails c irb(main):005:0> User.first User Load (0.7ms) SELECT "users".* FROM "users" ORDER BY "users"."id" ASC LIMIT 1 => #<User id: 1, email: "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Scaling node application can be tricky. It isn’t an easy topic. It requires lots of expertise both in terms of having knowledge about node nuances and how to manage resources. You can scale your application either by Vertical Scaling or by Horizontal scaling or by both. Apart from these, there are other factors that should be considered for better Node performance is either using ‘Cluster’ Mode or ‘Worker Threads’. We are going to focus on ‘Cluster’ Mode. Cluster Mode is used to start up multiple copies of nodes that are all running your server inside them. As we know
Photo by chuttersnap / Unsplash (Modified) Windows Azure, is windows based cloud service. You can deploy your code and build your apps on the cloud server. Also, it has support for all the OS and not only Windows. Also, you can setup Virtual machine and you can do a Remote desktop to that machine. Which is a nice feature? When Node.js launched it was not supporting the Windows environment. Later Microsoft brought Node.js to Windows Azure. So that Microsoft users could build and deploy Node.js apps Now we can use Node.js on Windows, we can develop and