Learn how to escape the trap of monolithic apps using Node
About the Book
Building an application using a web framework can soon lead to one big chunk of monolithic code. This happens not because of the web framework itself, but mostly because building distributed services can be a hard task. Fortunately, Node makes it easy to build networked services, allowing you to spread your application logic into a set of processes that communicate with each other.
This book shows you how to build and consume TCP-based services like streaming services, multiplexing streams, remote emitters, RPC streams and other types of network-based servers and clients.
Table of Contents
- 1. The source code
- 2. Introduction
- 3. Building a TCP Service
- 4. An Example of a Simple Service
- 5. A Service as a Stream
- 6. A JSON Stream
- 7. Example: An Events Gateway
8. Using a Remote Emitter
- 8.1 The Server
- 8.2 The client
- 8.3 Making the client reslilent to disconnects
9. Multiplexing Streams
- 9.1 Example: The fridge server
- 9.2 The fridge client
10. Remote Procedure Call
- 10.1 The server
- 10.2 The client
11. Encrypting Communication
11.1 Creating self-signed certificates
- 11.1.1 Creating a Certification Authority
- 11.1.2 Creating the server key and certificate
- 11.2 Adding TLS support to the server
- 11.3 Using TLS on the client
- 11.4 Authenticating the server
- 11.5 Authenticating the client
- 11.6 Revoking access
- 11.1 Creating self-signed certificates
- 12. Summary
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