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How to Deploy a Node.js (Express.js) App with Docker on Ubuntu 20.04

Introduction Docker is a container platform that is a lightweight, virtualized, portable, software-defined standardized environment. It allows the software to run in isolation from other software running on the physical host machine. Docker is a defining component of the Continuous Development and Integration aspect of Software Development. It offers a lightweight alternative to virtual machines and allows developers to enjoy …

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Setting up Node.js Applications: How to Perform Production Tasks on Ubuntu 20.04 with Node.js

Introduction Node.js is a programming environment that runs primarily on JavaScript. The open-source program allows you to build networking applications on platforms running Windows, Linux, macOS, and others. You can use Node.js applications in two main ways: as command line apps or as services. Using a Node.js app as a service means that it will restart on reboot. This makes …

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Installing Node.js on CentOS 8: a Complete Guide

Introduction Node.js is a free-to-use, open-source server environment. It is commonly used for browser-based web development purposes. It allows developers to use JavaScript to do backend programming. Since most developers are intimately familiar with JavaScript, it makes things very easy. The program lets you add, modify, and delete files on the server, produce dynamic content, and collect data. In this …

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How to install Node.js on Ubuntu 18.04

Node.js is an open-source platform that allows programmers to build dynamic web pages and applications. It is used widely for server-side scripting and allows users to use JavaScript for both client and server-side scripts. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Node.js on Ubuntu 18.04 and get started with it. Prerequisites First, you have to create a machine. …