This plugin allows you to print directly from browsers, without dialogs and without browsers compatibility issues because you only have to send a HTTP request to print silently and in the background.
The express-generator package helps a lot in the development of web applications with Node, because it generates the skeleton of an application.
A small disadvantage is that, when generating the code, we do not know how to change some very basic things, for example, the port on which the app listens (the default port is 3000).
In this post I will show you how to change the port in some app generated by express-generator. Continue reading…
In this post we will see how to install Node.Js and NPM (Node package manager) in Android.
At the end we will be able to run Node.js applications as if we had a Linux server.
We will also see how to install dependencies using the
npm install command, since it is a possible thing in Android thanks to Termux.
Specifically we will install version 6.9.0 of NPM and version 12.3.1 of node, although perhaps when you read this post you will install a newer version.