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  • Node.js
    Real-Time Chat With Modulus and Node.jsModulus
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    In this tutorial, I will show you how to implement a real-time chat application with Node.js, Socket.IO and MongoDB, and then we will deploy this application to Modulus together.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    New Course: Authenticate Node.js With OAuth 2.0Node auth 1
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    Authentication is a critical part of almost every web application. Today our users expect more than simple local authentication. They want support for third-party authentication, so they can use a single account to sign in to multiple websites. OAuth and OAuth 2.0 are protocols for doing just that. In this course, Tuts+ instructor Jeremy McPeak will teach you how to incorporate OAuth 2.0 in your Node.js applications.Read More…
  • eBooks
    New eBooks Available for Subscribers in AprilEbook promo preview
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    Do you want to learn more about MongoDB? How about mastering Node.js design patterns? Our latest batch of eBooks will teach you all you need to know about these topics and more.Read More…
  • Python
    Building REST APIs Using EVEPython78
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    Python is one of the most easy to read and easy to write programming languages of all times. Over the years, the popularity of Python has only increased and is widely used in web application development, scripting, creating games, scientific computing etc. In this tutorial, we'll have a look at EVE, a REST API building framework based on Flask, MongoDB and Redis.Read More…
  • eBooks
    New eBooks Available for SubscribersEbook preview
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    This month, our new eBooks cover everything from MongoDB to Shopify, and from Backbone.js to Node.js. Read on to find out more about what you can learn.Read More…
  • Ruby
    New Course: MongoDB and RubyMongoruby
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    MongoDB is a different kind of database. If you feel you have trouble maintaining your data because it's either too big or too slow or too expensive, then perhaps you should consider taking MongoDB for a spin. In this course you'll learn the basics of using MongoDB in a Ruby scenario. You'll build a small Sinatra application so you can understand the fundamentals of using this database system in a Ruby environment.Read More…
  • eBooks
    New eBooks Available for SubscribersEbook preview
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    Do you want to make the Internet of Things a reality in your home? We've got four new eBooks on the popular Arduino open-source electronics platform, along with five others on topics like Magento theme development, Git version control, Redis applied design patterns, and more.Read More…
  • AngularJS
    Token-Based Authentication With AngularJS & NodeJSToken based authentication system%20(4)
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    Authentication is one of the most important parts of any web application. In this tutorial, we'll be discussing token-based authentication systems and how they differ from traditional login systems.Read More…
  • eBooks
    New eBooks Available for SubscribersSoql
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    We've just added a new batch of eBooks for Tuts+ subscribers. If you want to learn more about the Google Apps Script, extending the Symfony 2 web application framework, getting started with SOQL, or much more, then our latest offerings will teach you all you need to know.Read More…
  • Node.js
    Authenticating Node.js Applications With PassportNodejs retina preview
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    In this article, we are going to develop a basic Express application from scratch and delegate everything related to authentication to Passport, which is turning out to be the de-facto authentication middleware for Node.jsRead More…
  • Web Development
    Introduction to the MEAN StackMean wide retina preview
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    Introducing MEAN, a fullstack platform for quickly building JavaScript web apps.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Persisting a Todo List With MongoDB and GeddyMongo db
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    In this three part tutorial, we’ll be diving deep into creating a to do list management app in Node.js and Geddy. This is the last entry in the series, where we’ll be persisting our todo items to MongoDB. As a quick refresher, last time, we created our todo resource and made a working to do list application, but the data only existed in memory. In this tutorial, we'll fix that!Read More…
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