I need to create application which get request for specific port and proxy it to new server on different port  for example the following port 3000 will be proxy to port 9000 and you actually run the application on 9000 ( under the hood) since the use...
I created a node.js server that uses busboy to take requests, and pipe the files to Imgur for upload. However, I keep getting an "Uploading file too fast!" response from Imgur, and I'm not sure exactly what the problem is. Here is the cod...
I'm using node-request for sending the requests to server to get some report. The thing is server needs some time to generate the report, so it responses with the report state. I'm checking the report state with setInterval() function, and us...
I'm trying to do something after push data from reddit api to array, but callback function doesn't work at all. As you see the code, It's supposed to print Callback function works! but It doesn't. Is there any ideas about this?  let o...
My scenario is that I am trying to add headers to a node request object.  But I'm hung up on just creating the headers array.  let headers = []; let options = {   url: this.baseUrl + appconst.route.postMessage };  if (token) {...
I have a app that uses node and request. It was working well until today, I dont know why but it stoped to work. I'm trying to do a simple request.get() to a specific page and it is sending me a timed out error, but the address the lib tried to a...
When performing a QueryStream on a Model such as   User.find({}).stream().on('data', (user) => {     request.post(someOptions, (error, response, body) => {          if(!error && response.statusCode === 200) {              user.s...
Javascript/Node noob here. Having some trouble with understanding the whole asynchronous aspect of JS.  I am building a small app that's purpose is to make calls to an external API and then store the results for logging purposes.  Anyway, I have...
I'm trying to upload an external url to my server. Here's what I got so far  var fs = require('fs'); var request = require('request'); var path = require('path'); const imagesFolder = 'downloadedAssets/imgs';...
For example the link to my profile here on stack overflow looks like this:  https://stackoverflow.com/users/607407/tomáš-zato   But if I copy it from browser bar, the actual value is:  https://stackoverflow.com/users/607407/tom%C3%A1%C5%A1-zato   Y...

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