Node js event driven architecture

What is the Node js event? This node js tutorial explains the event-driven architecture for concurrent processing. Node Js have an Event loop architecture. When a node js program receives an API or Message, an event is emitted and the corresponding event handler captures the event. No threads but node js do concurrent processing at a very high volume. This …

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hlr lookup

What is the HLR lookup and VLR lookup – Lookup for MCC MNC?  The HLR lookup means, to sends a request with a mobile number to the serving HLR, to get the subscriber details.   The lookup returns the status, roaming, and mobile operator information. The roaming details include the roaming network identifiers (MCC, MNC), status can be Active or Inactive …

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git branch

Branch management in git. Learn how to create, delete, and list branches. Why do we need branching? Every software development group has a mainline of code or a master branch. There are always chances that a new feature should be done and commit to the repository without disturbing the mainline. In git, after creating a repository creates the master branch.  …

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node js

What is node js? Tutorial for beginners : Node js is a compelling platform for developing I/O intensive web applications. Most web applications need to handle a very high volume of concurrent requests. Node js tutorial explains what node js and installation of node js on windows and Linux is. The use of javascript was widespread in the web browser …

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git init

Create a new Repository with Git Init  Before starting any code development, you may need a new repository to track and collaborate with the development. Here comes the command git init. It is an initial command from the list of git commands. This tutorial includes how to create a git repository using the Linux command line Interface. Examples in this tutorial …

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git commit

Save Changes with GIT commit command | Commits for New, Modified, and Multiple Files. Git commit is a necessary, essential command to work with a repository. Commit means in version control is to update the repository for changes done on a cloned copy of the project. After commit, other developers need to update the local copy for new code for …

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