Pete Corey – The Headache and Heartache of Unhandled Rejections

This simple snippet of Javascript has saved me untold amounts of headache and heartache since I first started adding it to my Node.js projects: process.on(‘unhandledRejection’, err => { console.log(‘Unhandled rejection:’, err); }); Let’s dig into the sorry state of unhandled Continue reading Pete Corey – The Headache and Heartache of Unhandled Rejections

the rendering engine and tips to optimize its performance

This is post # 11 of the series dedicated to exploring JavaScript and its building components. In the process of identifying and describing the core elements, we also share some rules of thumb we use when building SessionStack, a JavaScript Continue reading the rendering engine and tips to optimize its performance

Code Daily – Tutorial – How to Create an Optional Dynamic Validation Schema based on a Value with the Yup Validation Library

Intro Yup is a JavaScript object schema validator and object parser inspired by Joi ( a validator for node). It has many powerful features like async validation, custom rules, stacking conditions based on other values through out your data, and Continue reading Code Daily – Tutorial – How to Create an Optional Dynamic Validation Schema based on a Value with the Yup Validation Library

Popular JavaScript Frameworks on GitHub

Popularity of JavaScript is rising day by day.More and more developers are creating frameworks that would not only help the JavaScript programmers in saving time, but they also help the developers to create cost effective, efficient and safe applications. Let Continue reading Popular JavaScript Frameworks on GitHub

anywhichway/anywhichway: A schema optional extensible key-value backed datastore with element level security supporting query pipelines, graphs, objects, documents, and joins.

AnyWhichWay is a JavaScript database that can be backed by almost any key-value store that exposes get(key), set(key,data), del(key) or similar methods synchronously or asynchronously. It is in an early ALPHA and currently supports: Graph navigation over fully indexed data. Continue reading anywhichway/anywhichway: A schema optional extensible key-value backed datastore with element level security supporting query pipelines, graphs, objects, documents, and joins.