Pub/Sub In Node.js Apps Using Azure Service Bus Topics
In my previous post Building Distributed Node.js Apps with Azure Service Bus Queue, we have discussed how we can design distributed apps in Node.js by leveraging Microsoft Azure Service Bus Queues. Service Bus Queue provides brokered communication between apps regardless of whether hosted on Cloud or on-premises server. Service Bus Queue is designed for delivering the brokered messages to single consumer or an app. We can say that Service Bus Queue is providing a one-to-one communication infrastructure. But, in many scenarios, we may need to deliver the brokered messages to multiple consumers or apps, where we can use Azure Service Bus Topics and Subscriptions which provides a one-to-many communication with a publish/subscribe pattern. Service Bus Topics are built on the top of Service Bus Queues for working with publish/subscribe scenarios. In this post, I will take a look at Azure Service Bus Topics and Subscriptions for implementing publish/subscribe pattern in Node.js apps.
Single Page Application Demo With Hapi.js, AngularJS And Azure Table
In my previous post Building an API in Node.js Using Hapi.js and Azure Table, we discussed about building an API in Node.js using Hapi.js as web development framework and Azure Table as the storage mechanism. This app has been updated with a Single Page Application (SPA) client, built with AngularJS. The updated app is available on github at https://github.com/shijuvar/HapiAzure.
Building Distributed Node.js Apps with Azure Service Bus Queue
In this blog post, I will take a look at Azure Service Bus Queue for building distributed apps in Node.js. Azure Service Bus Queues provides, a queue based, brokered messaging communication between apps, which lets developers build distributed apps on the Cloud and also for hybrid Cloud environments. Azure Service Bus Queue provides First In, First Out (FIFO) messaging infrastructure. Service Bus Queues can be leveraged for communicating between apps, whether the apps are hosted on the cloud or on-premises servers.
Building an API in Node.js Using Hapi.js and Azure Table
In this post, I will demonstrate a sample REST API app in a Node.js, by using Hapi.js as the web application framework and Azure Table as the storage. The source code of the demo app available on github at https://github.com/shijuvar/HapiAzure.
Microsoft Azure Mobile Services Managed Client SDK with Offline Support
ASP.NET Web API/AngularJS SPA Demo App Updated
A while ago, I had announced a single page application (SPA) demo, built with ASP.NET Web API 2 and AngularJS. Recently, we have been updated the source on both server-side and client-side. The current version (v1.1.0) of the demo app available on github at https://github.com/MarlabsInc/webapi-angularjs-spa.
Node.js Tools for Visual Studio 2013 Beta Released
A while ago, I had introduced Node.js Tools for Visual Studio for building a Node.js Web Site on Microsoft Azure. Last day, Node.js Tools for Visual Studio team has released a beta version of Node.js Tools for Visual Studio, which provides an improved tooling experience than the previous version. You can download the latest version of Node.js Tools for Visual Studio from its CodePlex site.
Microsoft Azure Updates -- April 2014
At the Build 2014 conference, Microsoft announces lot of exciting things which including updates on Microsoft Azure. Now Windows Azure has been rebranded as Microsoft Azure. This is good for Azure platform since Azure is a cross platform, which provides a polyglot Cloud platform for multiple operating systems.