More useful npm packages to use in your next Node.js project!

In one of my previous blogs, I wrote about which npm packages you should include in your Node.js project. Today I’ll be helping you with some more npm packages to include in your next project!

Let’s get started:

  1. Bcrypt

bcrypt is a password-hashing function. It will help secure your user’s passwords, instead of keeping them in plain text.

2. Debug

Debugging Node apps is made simpler with the debug library.

We can simply include this library and use it to add debug messages anywhere we want to learn more about what’s going on with our app.

3. Axios

Axios is a popular HTTP client for browsers and Node applications. It allows us to make any kind of HTTP request with different HTTP headers and bodies. It can also accommodate a variety of responses, including text and JSON, as well as binary responses. It also has HTTP interceptors, which enable us to configure requests before they are sent, reducing the need for repetition.

4. Async

Iteration, filtering, concatenation, mapping values, and several other operations can be performed asynchronously using the async library. It also has a number of other asynchronous methods for control and error handling.

5. Bootstrap

The most common platform for creating responsive, mobile-first websites in the world. Though bulky in size, it is intuitive and strong. Many modern UI kits, such as React Bootstrap and Reactstrap, are built on it.

I hope this blog will help your future Node.js protects. Thanks for reading!

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