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Testing Node Applications

By Mike Cantelon, et al.

In this article, you’ll learn about some functional testing solutions for Node, and about setting up test environments based on your own requirements.

Building a Lock and Key System

By JD Isaacks

In this article we’re going to build a lock and key system. Each lock has its own unique key. The lock holds some secret data and only returns the data if accessed with the correct key. We’ll then build a game where we generate three locks and give the player only one key and one chance to unlock a prize!

Slideshare: Taking a microservice feature to production

From Microservices in Action

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By Morgan Bruce and Paulo A. Pereira

Building New Features with Microservices

By Morgan Bruce and Paulo A. Pereira

This article explores approaches to software engineering using the microservice architecture and ways that you can build and design new features using microservices, instead of the traditional monolithic style.

Slideshare: One-way and two-way data-binding and event delegation


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By Sean Hunter

Routing with React in modern front-end web applications

By Mark T. Thomas

This article is about routing in React: how it works and why it is important in modern front-end web apps.

Heating Up Observables

By Paul P. Daniels and Luis Atencio

Save 37% off RxJS in Action with code fccdaniels.

Powered by Service Workers: how PWAs work their magic

By Dean Hume

Save 37% off Progressive Web Apps with code fcchume.

Unlocking the Secrets of Cascade and Specificity

By Keith J. Grant

This article has been excerpted from CSS in Depth.

How does Node.js work with NW.js and Electron?

By Paul Jensen

This article has been excerpted from Cross-Platform Desktop Applications

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