Today we're proud to announce the release of Organizations, which allows teams on the Modulus platform to collaborate on projects, databases, and other resources.
You read that right. Move to Modulus and we’ll cover an entire month of service. Just provide us your last month’s statement and we’ll credit your account.
Modulus is very excited to announce its first ever startup class. We look forward to helping each of these companies achieve their goals by providing an exceptional hosting option and resources without cost.
Last year, Modulus attended Node Summit as a small startup introducing their new enterprise product. This year we’re pleased to announce Modulus is a Gold Sponsor of Node Summit.
In any application framework one basic need is to be able to make REST calls over HTTP/HTTPS, they are widely used and very useful in cases of API interactions and web scraping. We can use the Node.js core modules http or https to perform these calls but that that can be a cumbersome process and the Request module makes it simple to perform these HTTP requests. In this tutorial we will learn about how to get started with the request module to perform HTTP calls.
Sometimes we like to make short videos, because, well, sometimes it’s easier to get it when you can see it. The most recent addition is a brief overview of the Express framework
I had a chance to sit down with Paul Nashawaty who has been helping us since we became a part of the Progress family. He is a man of many talents and I consider him to be a subject matter expert on “x- as a service”. Paul’s insight is unique, he understands the technology as well as the consumer. This gives him a one of a kind perspective. As a company, we’ve published some outstanding pieces of his work but I wanted to sit down and give the people who read his articles, a chance to know the person.
We want to spread the word about one of our customers, Mixmax. Mixmax is a communications platform that brings email into the 21st century. Get to know more about Mixmax here. We took a minute to talk with one of the founders of Mixmax, Olof Mathé. It gave us an opportunity to learn a lot about this great product.
In this tutorial we will be talking about how we can set up a simple Node.js HTTP server from a beginner's perspective. Node is a fantastic candidate for creating web servers; which are lightweight and can handle a great number of simultaneous requests. This means if you’re interested in learning to build scalable web applications this is a great beginner's guide.