Tag: json

How to Stream JSON Data Using Server-Sent Events and FastAPI in Python over HTTP?

Reading Time: 9 minutes In this blog, we will cover: What are Server-Sent Events? Why Stream Data Using Server-Sent Events (SSE)? What is FastAPI? Hands-On Conclusion What are Server-Sent Events? Server-Sent Events (SSE) is a simple and efficient technology for sending real-time updates from the server to the web browser over a single HTTP connection. Unlike other real-time communication […]

Perform a Session-based User Authentication in Express.js

Reading Time: 10 minutes While it is possible to render static websites from a server, this approach has many limitations, including code duplication and a lack of flexibility — particularly when it comes to reading data from a database. Fortunately, Express.js includes a template engine that allows us to generate dynamic HTML pages from our server-side applications. A template […]

How to build and deploy dApps using Solidity Smart contract, WEB3.JS & React.JS?

Reading Time: 12 minutes Augur, OpenSea, PancakeSwap, etc. are all buzzwords that one might hear when we talk about blockchain technology. Why? 🤔 This is because they represent a novel way of interacting with personal finance. There are many dApps in the blockchain ecosystem that help individuals and companies conduct transactions for various reasons like the ones mentioned. Many […]

How to send Webhooks using Python and receive via Node.js Applications?

Reading Time: 9 minutes If you are a Facebook user, you are using Webhooks unknowingly 🙂 . For example, whenever your close friend posts something new or comments on your Facebook posts, there is an event that will take place and a post request will be created that will serve you with a notification stating that your friend has […]

How to export data to a CSV file using multiple npm packages in Node.js?

Reading Time: 10 minutes Node.js is a single-threaded, open-source, cross-platform runtime environment treasured by developers for server-side and networking applications. And CSV format is one of the most widely used data interchange formats; it can be imported into any database and used in almost any other system. Moreover, it is backward compatible with everything. In this blog, we will […]

How to fetch contents of JSON files stored in Amazon S3 using Express.js and AWS SDK?

Reading Time: 12 minutes A plethora of banks employ JSON for data transfer between the bank and the client servers. With the help of Amazon S3 data lakes, the banks use the data to train AI/ML models and perform advanced analytics. JSON is an open standard file format and data interchange format that stores and transmits data objects composed […]

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