Hire Top 1% Become Top 1%
For companies!

Hire remote tech talents you can trust

All of our candidates go through a rigorous 3-stage selection process:

  1. CV screening
  2. Online skills test
  3. Technical interview Read more...
Hire Top 1% Become Top 1% For developers

Top developers

Sergei S
Sergei S Frontend React developer
React CSS Show all
Kevin Khanda
Kevin Khanda Senior Java Developer
Java MySQL Show all
Alexey Timokhin
Alexey Timokhin Lead Front-end developer
React React Native Show all
Pavel Lysenko
Pavel Lysenko Senior Front-end developer
React Angular Show all
Hire Top 1% Become Top 1%
For companies!

Hire remote tech talents you can trust

All of our candidates go through a rigorous 3-stage selection process:

  1. CV screening
  2. Online skills test
  3. Technical interview Read more...
Hire Top 1% Become Top 1% For developers
23. Node.js Lessons. Domains, asynchronous try.. catch. Part 1.

23. Node.js Lessons. Domains, asynchronous try.. catch. Part 1.

By Ivan Rastvorov 3,572 Nov 17, 2016

Hey all! Our topic for today is Domains. Domains are one of the Node.js options lacking both in standard JavaScript and browser versions of JavaScript. Domains were created to catch any asynchronous errors. For instance, if we look at the server that we’ve explored in one of our previous articles (download the lesson code from here for your convenience), we will see that everything is ok when it’s working

#Programming
1 Comments 0
True Freelancer’s story

True Freelancer’s story

By Nikita Bragin 5,745 Nov 15, 2016

  We are looking forward to meeting you on our website soshace.com

#Comics
1 Comments 0
Уроки React. Урок 14.

Уроки React. Урок 14.

By Pavel Bragin 2,857 Nov 11, 2016

Всем привет! Продолжаем работу над нашим приложением. Мы с Вами уже умеем делать простые обращения к серверу и в 80% случаев этих знаний будет достаточно для выполнения типовых задач. Но конечно же, как работать с более сложными вещами мы тоже разберемся. Но прежде чем начать с этим разбираться спешу Вас предупредить, что middleware далеко не всегда надо писать самостоятельно. Т.r. это такие часто используемые (переиспользуемые) элементы, которые уже были написаны до Вас. Рекомендуем ознакомиться с данным ресурсом, здесь можно найти огромное количество разнообразных middlewares и т.д. К примеру вот готовый logger. Мы писали с Вами logger чтобы попрактиковаться, но вот пример прекрасного готового решения.

#Programming
0 Comments 0
Уроки React. Урок 13. Часть 2.

Уроки React. Урок 13. Часть 2.

By Pavel Bragin 1,692 Nov 10, 2016

"Уважаемы читатели! Не забудьте про первую часть этой статьи, новичкам стоит начать с Урока 1." Теперь давайте это вызовем в containers/Articles.js , добавив такую запись вызывая action creater:

#Programming
0 Comments 0
Interview with Stepan

Interview with Stepan

By Nikita Bragin 2,264 Nov 7, 2016

Hello! My name is Stepan and I’m a professional full-stack web developer. For over 4 years I’ve been doing web developing working with customers from the US, Canada, Europe and Australia.

#Interview
0 Comments 0

Vacancies

Outdated MVP

Outdated MVP

By Nikita Bragin 3,821 Nov 3, 2016

We are looking forward to meeting you on our website soshace.com

#Comics
0 Comments 0
22. Long Polling Chat, POST Reading. Pt 2.

22. Long Polling Chat, POST Reading. Pt 2.

By Ivan Rastvorov 2,783 Nov 1, 2016

So, whatever we type, we see the same message to be sent. Let us fix it. We send messages with a POST method. In order to read this method from req, we need to work with it as with a stream. So, let us look at the following scheme that describes a request’s lifecycle, in particular of the req and res objects.

#Programming
0 Comments 0
22. Long Polling Chat, POST Reading. Pt 1.

22. Long Polling Chat, POST Reading. Pt 1.

By Ivan Rastvorov 4,589 Oct 31, 2016

Hey all! The aim of our lesson for today is to learn how to create a Node.js chat. Our first chat will be rather simple.

#Programming
0 Comments 0
21. Node.js Lessons. Writable Response Stream (res), Pipe Method. Pt.2

21. Node.js Lessons. Writable Response Stream (res), Pipe Method. Pt.2

By Ivan Rastvorov 3,589 Oct 28, 2016

Upon the file ending you will see the end event, in the handler of which we will end our response by calling res.end. Thus, the outgoing connection will be closed for the file has been completely sent. The resulting code is quite versatile:

#Programming
0 Comments 0
21. Node.js Lessons. Writable Response Stream (res), Pipe Method. Pt.1

21. Node.js Lessons. Writable Response Stream (res), Pipe Method. Pt.1

By Ivan Rastvorov 16,330 Oct 27, 2016

Our next step will be using the streams to work with network connections. And we will start from delivering files to a visitor. As you may remember, we’ve already had a task like this: if a visitor requires the following url, you will give him the file. Let us create a file pipe.js with the following code (for your convenience, you can download code' lesson from the repository because we'll need an HTML file from there):

#Programming
0 Comments 0

Vacancies

1 2 ... 41 42 43 44 45 ... 47 48

Tags

Programming (59) JavaScript (125) Tips (76) React (72) Beginners (62) Node.js (8) Project Managment (43) Interview (42) Human Resources (38) Remote Job (33) Python (24) POS Tutorial (18) React Lessons (17) Trends (16) Events (16) Job (15) Freelance (14) Node.js Lessons (14) Java (12) Wiki (12) Startups (11) Regulations (10) React Native (10) Entrepreneurship (10) React Native Lessons (9) CSS (7) Soshace (6) Git (6) Comics (6) Vue (5) Angular (5) Podcasts (5) Fortune 500 (5) Blogs (4) PHP (3) Java Spring (3) GraphQL (3) Flutter (3) SEO (2) ASP.NET (1) Next.js (1) Laravel (1) GraphQl (1) Django (1) WordPress (1)

Developer skills

Jobs