N|Solid v4.9.0 is now available

NodeSource is excited to announce N|Solid v4.9.0 which contains the following changes: This version of N|Solid contains amazing features like M__achine Learning support__ and SBOM support (Software Bill of Materials) , it also contains the latest Node.js versions: v14.21.1 (LTS), v16.18.1 (LTS) and v18.12.1 (LTS), few updates and stability improvements. For detailed information on installing […]

Enhance Observability with Opentelemetry tracing – Part 1

Recently, conversations have been increasing around OpenTelemetry; it is gaining more and more momentum in Node.js development circles, but what is it? How can we take advantage of the key concepts and implement them in our projects? Of note, NodeSource is a supporter of OpenTelemetry, and we have recently implemented full support of the open-source […]

Nodesource Node.js Binary Distributions 2021 & 2022

NodeSource Node.js binary downloads keep increasing monthly, providing millions of users worldwide with the power of Node.js. This blog post gives us important insights into using Node.js across Linux environments and the Node.js community in general. Nodesource has been packaging and distributing Node.js for Linux environments for 9 years. Every major and minor release, as […]

Instrument your Nodejs Applications with Open Source Tools – Part 2

As we mentioned in the previous article, at NodeSource, we are dedicated to observability in our day-to-day, and we know that a great way to extend our reach and interoperability is to include the Opentelemetry framework as a standard in our development flows; because in the end our vision is to achieve high-performance software, and […]

2023 N|Solid Awards: The Top 10 Best Node.js Open Source Projects to Watch

NodeSource has been a part of the Node.js ecosystem since 2014, contributing to the open-source project, distributing binaries (over 100m annually!), providing expert Node Services, and building tooling (N|Solid) to support developers to make the best software leveraging Node.js. Every year, we look at the open-source projects we believe are the most interesting and will […]

NODE.JS Retro 2022

Node.js was the top technology used by professional developers in 2022 Stack Overflow’s annual Developer Survey confirmed our experience; Node.js continues to grow its use across the globe due to its scalability and performance as well as its ability to integrate seamlessly with a wide range of technologies and databases make it an ideal technology […]

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kod.so – This browser app will help you create beautiful screenshots of your code snippets. Building Web Layouts For Dual-Screen And Foldable Devices – Learn how to build layouts that adapt to these newfangled devices. 10 Free WordPress Plugins to Improve Multi-Author Websites – These free plugins will help you manage multiple authors and create […]

How To Make A Drag-and-Drop File Uploader With Vue.js 3

What’s different about the file uploader we’re building in this article versus the previous one? The previous drag-and-drop file uploader was built with Vanilla JS and really focused on how to make file uploading and drag-and-drop file selection work, so its feature set was limited. It uploaded the files immediately after you chose them with […]

What is PostgreSQL?

Introduction Postgres (or PostgreSQL) is a powerful open-source relational database that supports both SQL (relational) and JSON (non-relational) querying. It was created by scientists from the University of California at Berkeley. It is a very stable object-oriented database management system. The PostgreSQL community has grown for over 20 years, contributing to its high stability, consistency, and […]

Separating Your Personal and Commercial Design Work

The debate between creative personal work and commercial work is one that has been going on since the design industry was born. Technically, creativity and commerciality can’t exist without each other – you need funding to continue designing, and there would be nothing to design for pay without creativity. Is there a difference between so-called […]

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