How to use Azure Bing Spell Check API using node.js?

Microsoft Cloud Service - Azure provides different Cognitive AI/ML APIs which help solve problems and automate stuff. The Bing Spell Check API helps you to detect spelling errors in the text which you scan using API. It gives suggestions of words which might be wrong in the sentence. [Try the demo ] Let us get … Continue reading How to use Azure Bing Spell Check API using node.js?

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Reversing a string in 3 ways using JavaScript

There are three popular ways you can reverse a string in JavaScript. Solution #1 - Using S-P-J (Split-Reverse-Join) Split the string into array of characters using split() function Reverse the characters of array using reverse() function Join back the characters in the array using join() function Solution #2 - Using Loop - C-L-A(Create - Loop … Continue reading Reversing a string in 3 ways using JavaScript

How create a serverless website using AWS Lambda, AWS S3, AWS API Gateway and AWS DynamoDB with node.js? Full Tutorial!

This post will show you how we can create a web site using AWS serverless architecture. Architecture The architecture would look something like below: The services and technologies we will be using to build this application are: AWS Lambda AWS Lambda is a compute service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. AWS … Continue reading How create a serverless website using AWS Lambda, AWS S3, AWS API Gateway and AWS DynamoDB with node.js? Full Tutorial!

How to deploy your node.js web application with AWS Beanstalk?

This post will show you how we can quickly create a node.js web aplication based on express framework and how to deploy that application on AWS using AWS BeanStalk service. Now first you need to know what is AWS BeanStalk? Some information about AWS BeanStalk: AWS BeanStalk is the fastest and simplest way to deploy … Continue reading How to deploy your node.js web application with AWS Beanstalk?

Node.js Series: 10 things you should know about node.js!

Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform JavaScript run-time environment that executes JavaScript code server-side. Node.js was originally written by Ryan Dahl in 2009. 10 important points about nodejs.js are as follows: 1. Open source Projects can be useful for programmers. You can learn by reading the source code and build something on top of the existing … Continue reading Node.js Series: 10 things you should know about node.js!

Creating and deploying a Serverless REST API with AWS Lambda, DynamoDB and API Gateway and node.js

AWS Lambda is a compute service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. Amazon DynamoDB is a fast and flexible nonrelational database service for all applications that need consistent, single-digit millisecond latency at any scale. Amazon API Gateway is a fully managed service that makes it easy for developers to create, publish, maintain, monitor, … Continue reading Creating and deploying a Serverless REST API with AWS Lambda, DynamoDB and API Gateway and node.js

Building a JIRA Cloud Plugin

Atlassian offers Atlassian Connect Framework for building JIRA Cloud Plugin. Plugin handles discovery, installation, authentication, and seamless integration of plugin into the JIRA UI. JIRA Cloud REST API can also be used with the plugin with inbuilt authentication mechanism provided by Connect framework. Hello World Plugin Pre-requisites Code Editor (Notepad++ or VS Code) Knowledge of JavaScript(Node.js) Basic … Continue reading Building a JIRA Cloud Plugin

JavaScript: Converting a Callback to Promises

Callbacks For JavaScript to know when an asynchronous operation has returned a response (the response could be an correct result or error response), it points to a function that will be executed once that result is ready. This function is what we call a “callback function”. In a simple way, a callback is a function that … Continue reading JavaScript: Converting a Callback to Promises