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notes from a .NET & node.js developer

Monitoring MongoDB connection status

If you need to know what your MongoDB connection status is or when a database’s connection has dropped, timed out or some other error has occurred - this post will be useful to you. I don't use any ODM packages like MongooseJS hence all examples cover the native...

Node.js + Typescript 2.x + MongoDB – Quick start #2

The first part of the Quick Start series I wrote some time ago. Today it’s a little bit outdated so I recommend you to check my YouTube video where I show how to configure VS Code to creating the node.js applications with Typescript. In this post, I’d like to continue...

Node.js + Typescript 2.x + VS Code – Quick start #1

In this quick start post series, I’d like to show you how to start developing a node.js application with Typescript and Visual Studio Code. We’ll start with a brief introduction to each of these technologies and then I’ll show you how to setup the VS Code for...

Push notifications with Firebase Cloud Messaging node.js and Typescript

Learn how to start sending push notifications with Firebase Cloud Messaging from node.js and Typescript. A basic knowledge about push notifications and Firebase might help you in better understanding this article. However, if you aren’t familiar with FCM I recommend checking out my previous post.

Introduction to Firebase Cloud Messaging

In this post, I’d like to outline how to start using Firebase Cloud Messaging in order to send push notifications to the web and mobile applications. I’ll show you how to create your first Firebase project and then send and receive the first notification.

Video Tutorial: Developing node.js apps using Typescript 2.x

Developing node.js apps using Typescript 2.x – Part 1

In this video series, I'd like you to show how to start building node.js applications using Typescript from scratch. We're going to create a very simple Typescript application and configure VS Code as a default editor. In further videos, we will add more components to...

In this video series, I show how to start building node.js applications using Typescript 2.x from scratch. We’re creating simple Typescript application and configuring VS Code as a default editor. In further videos, we’re adding more components to our project such as MongoDB, express.js, Redis and so on.

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