A Guide To Events In The Google Calendar API
Google Calendar is one of the most popular calendar apps out there. There are also beneficial Google Calendar APIs, through which we can programmatically generate events. This is helpful in many scenarios, in which we can create, delete, and get events for Google Calendar. In this post on Fusebit’s blog, our author Nabendu Biswas shows you how to set up a Google Calendar API through the Google developer console. Next, you can learn the setup in Google Calendar. After that, we will create a Node.js API, which will allow us to create, delete, and get events in Google Calendar.
Node.js WebSocket Client, 3 Ways to Implement One
This article will explore the best ways to implement a Node.js WebSocket client. To do this, you’ll create your own implementation of a WebSocket server that will establish a connection with your client and feed you with a real-time clock. First, we’ll briefly refresh you on what WebSockets are and why they exist. Then we’ll discuss whether Node.js actually supports WebSockets on both the server and client sides. Next, we’ll have you create a WebSocket server in Node.js that will accept connections and feed data to clients. Finally, we’ll implement a WebSocket client in Node.js and explore alternative ways to achieve the same goal. Check it out in this post from Juan Reyes on Fusebit’s blog.