Node.js Bookshelf App Tutorial
Overview and features of the Bookshelf app..
Using Structured Data with Node.js
Using self-managed databases and Google Cloud Platform to store your data.
Using Cloud Storage with Node.js
Uploading, storing, and serving images for your app with Google Cloud Storage.
Authenticating Users with Node.js
Using Google Identity Platform to provide a sign-in flow and user access to your app.
Logging Application Events with Node.js
Logging application events to help you identify issues and resolve problems in your app.
Using Cloud Pub/Sub with Node.js
Using the Google Cloud Pub/Sub service with your app.
Running Node.js on Compute Engine
Optional: Deploying your app with Compute Engine for more control over the infrastructure.
Running Node.js on GKE
Optional: Deploying your app with Google Kubernetes Engine for increased scaling.
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