node.js v0.11.14 as service with --harmony

node.js v0.11.14 as service with --harmony

By : DenyaK
Date : November 22 2020, 10:40 AM
I wish this help you For production environment, personally, you should give a try to pm2. PM2 is an awesome process manager for nodejs. There are features like: Load balancer, running the app forever even when the server restarts and a lot more that you can read here: https://github.com/Unitech/pm2
To pass v8 arguments using pm2 you can use --node-args:
code :
pm2 start app.js --node-args="--harmony"
pm2 start app.js --node-args="--harmony" -- arg1 arg2 arg3

Share : facebook icon twitter icon
What does `node --harmony` do?

What does `node --harmony` do?

By : jnoo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out A node application has required me to run node with a harmony flag, like: , Typing man node has this on the harmony flag:
code :
 --harmony_typeof (enable harmony semantics for typeof)
       type: bool  default: false
 --harmony_scoping (enable harmony block scoping)
       type: bool  default: false
 --harmony_modules (enable harmony modules (implies block scoping))       
        type: bool  default: false
 --harmony_proxies (enable harmony proxies)       
        type: bool  default: false
 --harmony_collections (enable harmony collections  (sets,  maps,  andweak maps))
       type: bool  default: false 
 --harmony (enable all harmony features (except typeof))
       type: bool  default: false
jslint + node --harmony

jslint + node --harmony

By : G Hill
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps JSLint does not currently have any support for any of the specced or proposed ES6 features. JSHint does have a basic level of support for some ES6 features, and is gaining more support fairly regularly:
Destructuring Rest parameters/spread operator Generator functions Block scoping (including constants and let) Classes The for-of loop Modules
Node Docker Image supporting node --harmony

Node Docker Image supporting node --harmony

By : Paul Bagley
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help (Note: I have no idea about docker)
Looking at the error message and the syntax for declaring the command, it seems that every command line parameter has to be specified as separate element, so you should be doing
code :
CMD ["node", "--harmony", "cluster.js"]
Why I can not start harmony mode by "node --harmony test.js" from command line?

Why I can not start harmony mode by "node --harmony test.js" from command line?

By : gobedh doang
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps You're missing 'use strict'; at the top of your test.js (as indicated by the error message).
It works in the REPL because 'use strict'; is automatically included during code evaluation.
ES6 syntax, harmony mode must be enabled with Uglifier.new(:harmony => true

ES6 syntax, harmony mode must be enabled with Uglifier.new(:harmony => true

By : Eugene Antwi Amponsa
Date : October 22 2020, 06:10 AM
should help you out Just leaving the answer here too:
In config/environments/production.rb
Related Posts Related Posts :
  • unit testing express route with async callback
  • Mongoose sum operation in collection
  • document save function not working in mongoose
  • Why is the zlib inflate function is not working in correct order in node.js?
  • Nested if inside each (Handlebars template in Express app)
  • How does the cookie-session middleware work in expressjs?
  • grunt-processhtml remove not working when specifying a target
  • Error: CERT_HAS_EXPIRED in Node.js request module (macu vs facebook)
  • Async web requests are making 'socket hangup' in node.js
  • ExpressJS: Middleware control flow for Router.param() & Router.use()
  • Glob recursive/zero or more directories, excluding directories
  • Running npm install from Sublime Text 2 doesn't work
  • update on a subdoc with mongoose
  • NodeJS Aerospike UDF execute memory leak
  • Alternative to path module that always uses forward-slashes?
  • How do you stream a csv file into a node web app?
  • How to modularize routing with Node.js Express
  • NodeJS - Modularising SQLite3
  • MongoDB / Node: Incorrect Arguments
  • How to use Aggregate in mongoose
  • How to generate multiple reports with mocha?
  • AWS Lambda making video thumbnails
  • MEAN stack on Ubuntu 14.04 suddenly stopped working
  • node.js/express/mongoose noob issue
  • Nodejs ssh convert output byte stream to a sliceable string
  • different behavior of process.argv
  • How to expose the Application model's register method
  • How to install FFMPEG on Node/Meteor server?
  • How Can I Use vhost to Redirect a Sub-Domain to an ExpressJS Route?
  • Gmail API not respecting UTF encoding in subject
  • installing Node modules on Docker: why are they disappearing?
  • How do I set up Node/Express to act as a STUN server?
  • What is the Linear Execution Model in Meteor?
  • connect-redis and express-session results in req.session undefined
  • Application Error Heroku - Problems with Deployment
  • How to pass node v8 args and script args to pm2?
  • Can it be necessary to require a module (child_process in this case) more than once?
  • Too many bad command: outbound emails with Haraka
  • what does require("child_process") actually do?
  • How can I list all my Amazon EC2 instances using Node.js in AWS Lambda?
  • Passing param to custom middleware
  • How do I debug "Error: spawn ENOENT" on node.js?
  • Proper way to combine route and api auth using loopback.js
  • shadow
    Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © ourworld-yourmove.org