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New Open Source AWS Lambda function proxy, for MongoDB

Today I’m releasing an open source AWS Lambda function that serves as a MongoDB connection proxy. (aka Proxy) It uses MongoDB native driver, Lambda & Secrets Manager. With Proxy, your Lambda functions don’t need to establish its own database connection Instead, they will invoke “Proxy”, sending the query parameters. Once invoked, the Proxy will run […]

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Introducing Tideflow (beta) – Create automated workflows

I’ve just published the website for Tideflow – https://tideflow.io , an open source tool for automating workflows. You can check the source code at https://github.com/tideflow-io What does it use: MeteorJS – latest version to date Iron Router SteveJobs queue for the workflow engine Autoform all over the place, including the core of workflow’s editor Webparsy […]

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Easily scrape websites using Puppeteer and YAML definitions

In this post, I’m introducing a new npm package called WebParsy: WebParsy is a NodeJS library and cli (a terminal application) that scrapes websites using Puppeteer and YAML definitions https://www.npmjs.com/package/webparsy Basically it allows anyone to scrape any content from any website, very easily. But not only that. It can also perform logins, take screeenshots, create PDF files, etc. […]

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Introducing nodesfc (Single File Code)

Single File Code, or sfc, allows to execute nodejs scripts with its dependencies defined in the script itself. Instead of having a package.json file and installing the dependencies via npm commands, you can specify the dependencies in your script comments. SFC will take care of installing the dependencies. Package https://www.npmjs.com/package/nodesfc Usage Define your script dependencies […]