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Session Management in Nodejs Using Redis as Session Store

We have covered session management in ExpressJs using global variable technique which of course will not work in case of shared server or concurrent execution of http requests which is most familiar production scenario.

Codeforgeek readers requested to provide solution for these issue and the optimal one is to use external session storage which is not dependent on application requests, answer is Redis cause this is the light weight and easy to use NoSQL database.

In this tutorial i am going to explain how to design and code session oriented express web applications by using Redis as external session storage.


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HTML5 Push Notification System Using Nodejs MySQL

Real-time web/mobile application is becoming popular day by day. Services like Firebase and Pusher provides API’s and Services to develop effective real-time notification system for your mobile and web apps.

We are not going to use these Services in this post; instead, we will develop an application that pops up notification on a particular event – Say a new comment added on Post. For notification, we will use Chrome desktop notification and for real-time communication –

I have already covered desktop notification here and tutorial here.

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Develop by Example – Document Store: Working with Express.js, AngularJS and Node.js

In previous blog posts we explained how to perform certain actions in a MySQL database set up as a document store using Connector/Node.js. In this blog post we are going to use some of the examples covered to explain how to start working with an application created with Express.js, AngularJS, Node.js, and MySQL Connector/Node.js.



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Oracle's Free Database Server

I just noticed today that Oracle has released a beta edition of Oracle Database 10g Express Edition. Oracle must be feeling the pressure from open source databases such as MySQL, and PostgreSQL, just like Microsoft has. Oracle Express is pretty similar to Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express:

  • Free To Deploy
  • Supports up to 4GB of data
  • Supports only one CPU
  • Supports up to 1GB of RAM
  • One instance per server
  • Downloads For Windows or Linux - no mac :(
  • And is free to distribute with your applications

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