In this post we will see an example model for Objection.js and how we can define basic database concepts to our model. Objection.js is a relational query builder for Nodejs and is built on top of the Knex SQL query builder.
In this post we will see how we can check for errors our RSA private and public keys.
In this post we will see a set of functions that apply the ceil, round, floor and trunc functions on the nth digit in a float/decimal number.
This post will show how one can make an API call and send a notification to an Android device.
I gathered my Sign and Validate functions for JWT tokens, wrapped them in a C# library among with a few helper functions and pushed all in a new repository in Github.
This post gathers a few things I ran into the last few weeks and thought it would be fun to share it with you.
MySQL can support the JSON datatype, and allows to write queries that can query the JSON data directly. In the case where the JSON value is an array of objects, we will see how we can query the table and retrieve the JSON data as relational data. We will see how we can use JSON_TABLE […]
In this article we will see how we can create and sign a JWT token with the RS256 algorithm. This function is complementary to the validate function I posted some time ago.