Node.js in Production

It is a partly sunny Sunday in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Currently I am waiting for my wife to get ready to go out for a walk. Yesterday it was cloudy and sprinkled on and off all day. Towards the end of the day it cleared up but we were not in the mood to walk given that we were watching movies at home.

Spoke on the phone with my youngest son. He and his wife were driving to Wisconsin from Indiana to check out a few homes today. He got a job in the area and the family is moving in a month or two. Seems like a house that matched their expectations came on the market last week and they are hoping will meet and exceed their expectations. Will find more about it later this afternoon when they drive back home. Continue reading “Node.js in Production”

Basic RESTful Service – Part I

One can use different programming languages, frameworks and libraries to develop a RESTful web server which exposes the same API. In this post I will implement a RESTful server using JavaScript, Express, and npm libraries.

Given that one needs to start with some level of requirements, we will use the following short and simple statement:

“Implement a very simple RESTful API for a storage server that supports store, query, retrieve and delete operations using DICOM data”. Continue reading “Basic RESTful Service – Part I”