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16. Node.js Lessons. Event Loop, libUV Library. Part 2

16. Node.js Lessons. Event Loop, libUV Library. Part 2

By Pavel Bragin 4,673 Oct 6, 2016

On that joyful note JavaScript execution ends, and libUV checks whether there is any watcher that can be activated, which means whether there is any internal handler. If there is no handler, the whole Node.js process gets finished, as well as the whole event loop, too. In our case, one watcher of this kind, in particular a port 3000 handler, was installed. That’s why a Node.js process is not going to finish, but will get a stand-by mode. It will stay in this mode until some reason to get activated occurs – for example, new input-output events.

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16. Node.js Lessons. Event Loop, libUV Library. Part 1

16. Node.js Lessons. Event Loop, libUV Library. Part 1

By Ivan Rastvorov 5,127 Oct 6, 2016

Hey, guys! If your habit is to learn something deeply and thoroughly, this article is for you. Here we will try to answer the questions that you will have sooner or later in the process of development. These answers require deep understanding of how Node.js works. For example, here (serverAsync.js see the files of our previous lesson) an asynchronous call is used for reading a file:

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Why Startups Fail? Part 2

Why Startups Fail? Part 2

By Ivan Rastvorov 2,489 Oct 5, 2016

Let's continue our list! 11. Lose Focus (13%) The basic idea of a startup is almost always changing. Sometimes startups are doing a full project's restart using new ideas. And when you think over the possibility to add some secondary functions, which "would not hurt." That’s where the main and unique idea gets lost among others.

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Why Startups Fail? Part 1

Why Startups Fail? Part 1

By Ivan Rastvorov 3,176 Oct 5, 2016

CB Insights interviewed startup founders about why they failed, and sorted these reasons into 20 distinct categories. You’ll notice that the sum of the percentages exceeds 100%, because many startups fail for more than one reason. This is not a complete list of the causes of failure, just those you can control, we hope that you'll find some necessary items that will help you in the future.

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14. Node.js Lessons. Script Debugging pt. 2

14. Node.js Lessons. Script Debugging pt. 2

By Ivan Rastvorov 2,748 Oct 4, 2016

Let's continue our debug lesson. Let us learn another essential debugging scenario, in particular – debugging with errors in JavaScript. For example, while handling a request:

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14. Node.js Lessons. Script Debugging pt 1.

14. Node.js Lessons. Script Debugging pt 1.

By Pavel Bragin 3,069 Sep 30, 2016

Our next lesson is devoted to Node.JS debugging. First of all, we will explore the simplest built-in debugger that is called by the node debug command. It looks just like that. Imagine, we’ve got the script:

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If Trello became too small for you.

If Trello became too small for you.

By Ivan Rastvorov 3,186 Sep 30, 2016

Where should you go if Trello became too small for you. There are a number of tools for managing tasks and projects, one of them is - Trello, a great visualization’ tool. However, when your team grows and appearance of a new roles is creating many difficulties that cannot be solved within Trello – you have right solution to choose. Let me introduce Kaiten – processes' control tool, that offers problems’ solution for growing company.

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Git – Bad Practices

Git – Bad Practices

By Pavel Bragin 3,785 Sep 20, 2016

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Happy Programmer’s Day!

Happy Programmer’s Day!

By Nikita Bragin 3,564 Sep 12, 2016

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Angular 2, part 2

Angular 2, part 2

By Pavel Bragin 2,665 Aug 26, 2016

As we sad before Angular 2 is component based. It is the analog of user’s directives, that allows to define their HTML elements, than when we are going through code we determine how it will look like and what it’s doing.

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