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Install Node Js from Ubuntu Packages
Install Node Js from Ubuntu Packages
Install Node Js from Ubuntu Packages
Install Node Js from Ubuntu Packages

Install Node Js from Ubuntu Packages

Install Node Js from Ubuntu Packages Introduction Node.js is a JavaScript platform for general-purpose programming that allows users to build network applications quickly. By leveraging JavaScript on both the front- and back-end, development can be more consistent and designed within the same system. Node JS is required to run the UI of the Explorer and

Pointing domain to an Cryptocoin explorer

Domain Pointing DNS (Domain Name System) allows us to reference computers by easy-to-remember domain names, like example.com  instead of IP addresses. DNS records define which IP addresses map to which domain names and how to handle other kinds of requests a domain might receive. To set up a domain name, you need to do two things. First, you need to

Install MongoDB in Ubuntu Step by Step Guide

Install MongoDB  in Ubuntu Introduction Mongo DB serves as a back-end to  Explorer. All the transaction in blockchain is also stored in Mongo DB. MongoDB is a free and open-source NoSQL document database used commonly in modern web applications. This tutorial will help you set up MongoDB. Install MongoDB step 1: Reload local package database. sudo

Install Node Js From Source Code

Node Js – Installation Here we will study NodeJs installation in the different operating systems and in different ways. Depending upon our development environment we need to install node js from source code or via nvm in windows, mac, and Linux (Including AWS and Google Cloud). Our first topic will be a focus on how