Multer is a middleware for node.js that processes multipart/form-data. It is basically used for uploading images and documents in Node. For maximum efficiency, Multer is written top of the busboy (A HTML form data parser ). In this tutorial, we are going to see how to upload an image, pdf or document in Node js. Step1: Installing Multe
Installing and configuring MongoDB on Ubuntu 16.04: In this article, we will see to install a fresh MongoDB server on the ubuntu machine.
While working with MongoDB and Node js I face an issue. I have created mobile_no unique in starting and after some time I realized that I don't need my mobile_no to be unique. so I just go to my model and remove the unique: true property from my table schema and rebuild my app after. But strange the changes in schema did not reflect, I will still get the same error, mobile no must be unique. I have read my tutorial and found this code to Drop an existing index from mongo or mongoose using Model.
In this tutorial, we are going to see how to Upload an image from URL using Node Js. We have written a simple function In Node.js to save an image from URL to local disk/ server. Whenever we use login with facebook, google or any other social media in node js app, we get some basic information like name, email and profile picture from there
Cron Jobs are used for scheduling tasks to run on the server.CRON Jobs are the most commonly used method to automate tasks on Server. In this article, we will see how to schedule Jobs in Node.js. We are going to use node-schedule package for scheduling JOBS.
In this article, we are going to see how to enable CORS ( Cross-Origin Resource Sharing ) in Node JS. CORS essentially means cross-domain requests. Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a mechanism that uses additional HTTP headers to let a user agent gain permission to access selected resources from a server on a different origin (domain) then the site currently in use. A user agent makes a cross-origin HTTP request
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