nestjs

NestJS Authentication Series 🔐: Part 1 - User registration

Welcome you to my blog series on user authentication in the NestJS framework. This series is a set of several tutorials that extend the official documentation. If you are programming an enterprise application, you will most likely want to include full user support, i.e. email account confirmation, password reminder capability, etc. This post is the first part in a series and below you can find a list of all the other articles on this topic.

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How to create a microservice that handles 🎢 the queue of sending emails in NestJS

In this article, I will present you independent microservice that handles the queue of sending emails using the Node.js platform with the NestJS framework. The use of this microservice allows you to decouple the business logic of the email senders from the main monolithic application, resulting in less use of server resources and therefore faster source code execution.

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software engineering

How to create pagination in Nest.js with TypeORM + Swagger

Pagination is a very important part of your API. It requires and is used in almost every CRUD application. In this article, I'll show you how to design it well using the Nest.js framework and TypeORM. In addition, I will correctly display it in Swagger, because it turns out that it is not so simple. 🧐

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IT security

🚨 How to hack your Node.js application (which uses TypeORM)?

Among Node.js developers there is a constant struggle to choose the best ORM library. I most often choose TypeORM in my projects and although I think it is the best ORM, it has its drawbacks. In today's article, I'll show you how you can stupidly make a huge mistake and let your application be hacked by accidentally granting root access. It may sound spicy, but it is! 🌶

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