With the holidays approaching, the AppSignal team is taking a mini winter break from publishing Node.js posts. We hope to bring you a lot more of them in 2023. 🍵 ❄️
In the meantime, let's look at the top 5 most liked Node.js blog posts from 2022!
In this tutorial, you will learn how to add TypeScript support to Node.js projects. We will address common needs, such as:
- compiling and executing the code
- debugging the source files
- configuring third-party packages so that the TypeScript compiler also validates them
In this article, we'll discuss why Deno was created and its advantages and disadvantages compared to Node.js. It'll also give a practical overview of Deno's quirks and features so that you can decide if it's a good fit for your next project.
Process management refers to various activities around the creation, termination, and monitoring of processes. A process manager is a program that ensures that your applications always stay online after being launched.
In this article, we'll examine PM2's most important features and discover how it can help you increase the resilience of your Node.js applications in production.
In this article, we will explain what multithreading is, and how Node.js handles asynchronous operations using the event loop and worker pools. We'll also discuss how to use the Node.js
worker-threads module to create and manage threads.
Node.js includes a built-in module called
stream which lets us work with streaming data. In this article, we will explain how you can use the
stream module with some simple examples. We'll also describe how you can build pipelines gluing different streams together to build performant applications for complex use cases.
We hope you've learned something new while reading our blog this year. We know we have! In 2023, our team will continue working hard to publish new blog posts in our efforts to spread knowledge across the Node.js community.
Wherever you are in the world, we hope you enjoy a happy and healthy end of year. We hope that 2023 will be an amazing year for you, with no bugs and packed with events and adventures that are almost as sweet as a stroopwafel.