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Node.js and JavaScript at the edge: The why, what, and how
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Node.js and JavaScript at the edge: The why, what, and how

Rob Sedor

Node.js and JavaScript have always been a great fit for Internet of Things (IoT) applications due to their asynchronous nature and easy integration with C/C++ through add-ons. They are also heavily used in cloud and web-based applications running on existing IT infrastructure.

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Node.js and JavaScript have always been a great fit for Internet of Things (IoT) applications due to their asynchronous nature and easy integration with C/C++ through add-ons. They are also heavily used in cloud and web-based applications running on existing IT infrastructure.

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Red Hat build of Node.js

Red Hat build of Node.js makes it possible to run JavaScript outside of a browser. Its small size, fast startup, and high developer productivity makes it versatile in almost any use case.

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CI/CD best practices in Node.js

Lucas Holmquist

This article offers guidance on continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) from the Node.js reference architecture teams.

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Load balancing, threading, and scaling in Node.js

Michael Dawson

​​​​​​​Many apps require more computational resources than a single thread or process can handle. Learn how to meet this need in your Node.js applications.

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How to handle transactions in Node.js

Michael Dawson

This installment of our Node.js reference architecture series covers integrating transactions into your application.

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Developing with Node.js

This track provides an introduction to cloud-native development with Node.js by walking you through how to extend an Express.js-based application to leverage cloud capabilities.

15 minutes | Beginner
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How to deploy Next.js applications to Red Hat OpenShift

Michael Dawson

Next.js is one of many popular frameworks for deploying sites based on Node.js. In this article, you'll learn how to deploy Next.js applications using the ubi8/nodejs-16 and ubi8/nodejs-16-minimal containers available from Red Hat. We will also show you how to deploy the containers to Red Hat OpenShift.

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Join the Red Hat team at NodeConf EU 2022

Lucas Holmquist

Get an introduction to Node.js cloud-native development and explore lesser-known Node.js Core modules with the Red Hat team at NodeConfEU 2022.