Here is a very simple, bare minimum example to demonstrate how Express 4 and body-parser module.
I’m using ejs as the rendering engine because it looks like html.
Continue reading Parsing Forms with Multiple Submit Buttons in Node.js with Express 4
Here’s a very simple upload example with express 4+ and formidable. According to Express doc:
In Express 4, req.files is no longer available on the req object by default. To access uploaded files on the req.files object, use a multipart-handling middleware like busboy, multer, formidable, multiparty, connect-multiparty, or pez.
So here’s an example combining the two.
The code is going to save the files you upload in disk under the folder
/uploads in the root directory of the project. Continue reading Simple File Upload with Express.js and Formidable in Node.js
It’s actually incredibly easy to send http/https requests to servers with Node.js. Node contains a bunch of native function for that, making it very easy to send REST requests. I’m going to demonstrate with Node’s own
http.request(options[, callback]) method.
HTTP/HTTPS requests in a very brief glance
The four most common HTTP requests are GET, POST, PUT, DELETE. The type of request determines the type of operation the request sender would like the server to perform.
Continue reading Send HTTP Requests To a Server with Node.js