Share: Introduction This will be a series of articles to explain express.js to noobs. Often technical articles tend to be too technical &&/|| too dry. The whole point is to get the point across without making the topic too simplistic, whilst not over complicating it. Most web development happens across teams so it’s worthwhile to have a bunch of resources to get up and running.
Share: HTTP 1.1 HTTP in a nutshell: HTTP is the protocol used to send and receive information between a client (browser) and a server. The browser will send a request message to the server requesting a resource which can be a webpage, images,scripts, style-sheets etc The servers responds by sending back the requested resource to the browser. This communication takes place as a Request- Response
Share:I’ve been working on a project-type Handlebars Book And Screencast Tuts. Which has pretty much eaten up most of my month. Here is a short excerpt from a chapter on Templating Engines: Template engines are widely used in web frameworks for example the Rails framework has a templating system called erb. Express is a node.js framework which uses a templating system called handlebars. Microsoft has
Share:I’ve been working on a project-type Handlebars Book And Screencast Tuts. Which has pretty much eaten up most of my month, but nevertheless been a great experience. Here is a short excerpt from a chapter on Templating Engines: Template engines are widely used in web frameworks for example the Rails framework has a templating system called erb. Express is a node.js framework which uses a