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Suraj Vishwakarma 02-02-2021
Create a Node.js App with Express

Use Express and EJS to render a website.

Express makes it much simpler to create a server and render different routes. Alongside EJS it makes web development a breeze. Express handles files, routing, parsing, and much more.

First, set up the Node.js project with npm init, o

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Suraj Vishwakarma 02-02-2021
creating calendar using sql server

 In the below example I have created a simple calendar using sql server and its predefined functions

SQL Server Temporary Tables
The temporary tables are useful for storing the immediate result sets that are accessed multiple times.

Creating temporary tables

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Suraj Vishwakarma 02-02-2021
How to insert Unicode character in MSSQL (NVARCHAR Data Type)

For Inerting Unicode in ms sql you need to use NVARCHAR() datatype 
Here we know more about NVARCHAR()


What is varchar in SQL?


As the name suggests, varchar means character data that is varying. Also known as Variable Character, it is an indeterm

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Suraj Vishwakarma 02-02-2021
NodeMailer: Send Email from Nodejs Application

Send Emails are becoming important in every application. So, In this article, we will see how we can send Emails in the nodejs applications. I will be using a package called “Nodemailer” to send emails. To test the application we will be using “mailtrap” which is a free s

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Suraj Vishwakarma 02-02-2021
Introduction To JavaScript

JavaScript is the programming language mainly used as a scripting language for web pages, and this is an interpreted compiled programming language. When we consider about JavaScript, can be used for client side developments as well as server side developments. These are pro

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Suraj Vishwakarma 02-02-2021
Getting started with Node.js

Node.js is an open-source and cross platform JavaScript framework. It contains the V8 JavaScript engine, the standard library of packages, and some binaries.

Without creating a new thread for each request, a Node.js app operates in a single process. Node.js&r

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