Currency Exchange Rates

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This app consumes a web service and display the information in a grid


Last updated on July 3, 2019

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Currency Exchange Rates

This space is a simple demonstration of how to consume a Web Service using Node.js. It retrieves currency exchange data and presents it in a sortable grid.

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Async with No Callbacks

To simplify development, NodeRun provides pjs API to make asynchronous requests without having to code callbacks. These API reduce complexity allowing you to code business application logic in a straightforward top-down manner.

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