This article is a tutorial on user verification in ExpressJS. This is a continuation of my Express web development series. I will be building on top of the concepts discussed in my previous article on handling password resets.
Tag: web development
In this article, I demonstrate how to implement a password reset feature in your ExpressJS application using NodeMailer
In this article, I’m going to demonstrate how to build a user registration and authentication system in ExpressJS using PassportJS.
In this article, I demonstrate how to set up the Jinja2 inspired Nunjucks templating engine when developing an ExpressJS web application.
There comes a time when we have to worry about more than just making sure our applications work, but that they work optimally. When using react, we have certain tools at our disposal to make sure our applications are optimised. In this article, I will demonstrate how to achieve this using React.memo and the useMemo […]
So you’ve created your react application and now you have to write end-to-end tests in order to make sure your application works as expected from the end user’s perspective. In this article, I will provide a simple step-by-step guide on how to achieve this using the Jest testing framework and the Puppeteer library.
Flask is a wonderful framework. If you read my blog, you’ll realise just how much I love it. There are many reasons why I like Flask. The most important reason is the freedom it gives me. Freedom is power, but with great power, comes great responsibility.
As a new programmer, there are multiple pitfalls awaiting you in your learning process. In fact, a lot of these mistakes are necessary as they reinforce learning through experience. However, encouraging learning through mistakes is not equivalent to encouraging making any/all mistakes possible. It is wise to not only learn from your own mistakes but […]
I’ve written an article about handling flask configurations. In that article, I discussed 2 ways in which we can handle application configuration. However, there is a third method of handling flask configurations that I did not discuss: using environment variables. In this article, I’m going to expound on this method and provide code examples.