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Node.js Checker, a Status Tool

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    In this lesson, we'll cover installing the Node.js Checker module.
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    Then we'll enable the extension in the Node.js server configuration.
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    Then we'll configure the Node.js Checker block
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    and take a look at it in action.
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    First of all, head over to the Node.js Checker project page on
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    In the overview, it describes itself
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    as a simple block that monitors Node.js server status
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    and the user's connection to the Node.js server in real time.
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    That's great. So either grab a copy of the module's release from the project page
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    or you can go ahead and install it with Drush like I'm going to.

Node.js Checker, a Status Tool


The Node.js Integration module has a number of other contributed modules that depend on it. Node.js Checker is one such module. We'll take a look at how this is set up with the Node.js Integration module by adding a dependency to our Node.js server configuration, and then see it all in action!

In this lesson, I will show you how to:

  • Install the Node.js Checker module
  • Enable the extension in the Node.js server configuration
  • Configure the Node.js Checker block
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