ES5 code can be run easily with Bash heredoc in terminal:  node <<HEREDOC   var fs = require("fs");   ... HEREDOC   But ES6 code doesn't run, even with the correct --experimental-modules flag:  node --experimental-modules <<HE...
I need to write a bash script to remove some text from any .js file of my web project. These are the elements I need to remove:  if ( Utils.DEBUGGING ) /* ... */ ; if ( Utils.DEBUGGING ) {/* ... */} if ( Utils.DEBUGGING ) {  /* ... */ }  if (Utils.DE...
I'm trying to execute a basic bash script from node using the exec() function.  The bash script is as follows:  #!/bin/bash ffmpeg -f concat -i <(for f in $1/*.mov ; do echo "file '$f'"; done) -c copy $1/output.mov   The script...
I have a javascript file that looks like this.  var val = "foo" console.log(val) //EVALMD-STDOUT-FILE-DELIMETER if (!val) var val = "bar" console.log(val) //EVALMD-STDOUT-FILE-DELIMETER console.log(val)   I can run it two ways.  node...
I have this Javascript Signal server running using nodejs.   But daily it's crashing as a result whole service goes down. I am using following infinite loop to restart the nodejs script if it's crashed or not running. But it's not perfect...
I am following Lynda.com - React.js essential training by Eve Porcello. In the video "Building with Webpack", I followed the steps author described exactly, but the "webpack" command failed giving the following error,  Invalid configu...
As per title, is there any way I can parse pages from an unprotected PDF file as javascript Image() objects?  It would also be ok to convert them before running the javascript, but I would like this to be done automatically and without the assistance...
Let's say I have a bash script that calls a node script. I've tried to do it like this:  b.sh file:  #!/bin/bash v=$(node app.js) echo "$v"   app.js file:  #!/usr/bin/env node function f() {    return "test"; } return f();   H...
I would like to have automatically invoke "nvm use" when I run "npm start". So I come up with this solution:  package.json  "scripts": { "prestart": "sh test.sh", "start": "nodemon index.js" }...
I start node.js server has 3000 port by nohup for background running, but now i want to stop the node.js server with 3000 and start again with the same port. How can I stop the process?  i can use this command for get the process to kill;  ps -a"...

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