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Quick Tip: Installing NodeJS 8 on CentOS 7

Node JS has been gaining more popularity as the server-side runtime environment of choice these recent years. The asynchronous event-driven feature built into Node JS can be considered a killer feature that may flatter a system architect planning to build a high-performing server-side component serving HTTP webservice to the clients.

Node JS is cross-platform. The executable can run on major OSes that include Windows, GNU Linux, and Mac OS. Having a wide OS support further accelerates Node JS adoption within the server-side technology stack. Continue reading

Using SCP to Securely Upload Files and Directories to Remote Server

Secure Shell (SSH) is a common protocol used to access or login to remote servers. The protocol is widely supported across Operating Systems. If you are Windows user, you may have heard and been using Putty, which is a SSH client for Windows. Windows 10 users can use Open SSH client that can be installed via new feature installation. UNIX OSes usually come with native SSH client support, so additional software installation is not needed. Continue reading