Use NCache for Data Caching in Node.js
NCache provides a sample application for Node.js on GitHub. This section will guide you through setting up and using this sample application.
Before getting started with NCache in Node.js, take the following prerequisites under consideration:
- Node.js version 14.15.3 or above is installed with Chocolatey.
- JDK 9 is installed.
- The Environment Variable for Java is set.
NCache Demonstration using Sample Application
Follow the steps mentioned here to see how NCache is used to perform various operations on your Node.js application's data.
Step 1: Download Sample from GitHub
Go to NCache repository on GitHub and download the entire repository or the sample you are interested in.
Step 2: Launch the Project
Launch your Node.js sample application in a Node.js IDE of your choice. For example, Visual Studio Code.
Step 3: Configure Settings
After launching the project, locate and open the app-config.json file where you have to change the
cacheName to the cache you created before.
Step 4: Build Project and Use Sample
After configuring the cache settings, build the sample application for further use.
Step 5: Monitor NCache
Go to NCache Web Manager, and against the cache you have created previously, click on Monitor. You will see the counters dashboard projecting the change in the cache.
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