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Can't set headers after they are sent to the client
Error “Can't set headers after they are sent to the client” occurs when an express.js application tries to send multiple responses for a single request.
The TypeError: Cannot read property of undefined occurs when we try to read a property on an undefined variable or when we try to access a property on a DOM element that doesn't exist.
ERESOLVE unable to resolve dependency tree error when installing npm packages
To solve ERESOLVE unable to resolve dependency tree error when installing npm packages, ignore the peerDependencies by --legacy-peer-deps flag, downgrade the npm version.
The event loop keeps monitoring the call stack and callback queue for executing callback functions. Read more about web APIs, callback queue, microtask queue, event loops, and starvation.
Factory allows you to handle all the object creation in a centralized location which helps the code clean, concise, and maintainable. Understand deeply with examples.
How to Fix error:0308010C:digital envelope routines::unsupported
To fix the error:0308010C:digital envelope routines::unsupported, enable the legacy provider for Node.js by passing --openssl-legacy-provider flag to webpack.
How to fix npm ERR! Missing script: "start"
The npm ERR! missing script: start error occurs when the start script is not defined in package.json file. To solve this error, define the "start" script.
node: --openssl-legacy-provider is not allowed in NODE_OPTIONS
To solve the error “node: --openssl-legacy-provider is not allowed in NODE_OPTIONS”, unset the value in the environment variable NODE_OPTIONS.
Scaling Node.js Applications With PM2 Clusters
Learn cluster modules in node js, install and configure PM2 in production, and implement PM2 clusters using the PM2 ecosystem without any modification in the current application code.
Uncaught syntaxerror cannot use import statement outside a module
To solve “Uncaught SyntaxError: Cannot use import statement outside a module” add type="module" to the script tag or add "type": “module” in the package.json file.