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March 5, 2019

Working with files: Using buffered APIs for simple file up/downloads
This is the first of a three-part discussion on how to handle file uploads and downloads with node-oracledb. In this part, buffered APIs are used to build a simple solution for working with files.

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Follow-up

The blog series discussed in this video is accessible here:
https://jsao.io/2019/06/uploading-and-downloading-files-with-node-js-and-oracle- database/
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Highlights

01:30 - Notice: switching to N-API in 4.0
04:14 - Intro to a new series on LOBs
08:30 - Front-end app overview
13:07 - Node.js app overview (uploading)
16:48 - Node.js app overview (downloading)
19:00 - Q&A

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Dan McGhan
Dan McGhan, Developer Advocate for JavaScript    
Dan started with MySQL and PHP and happily stumbled upon Oracle Application Express. He never looked back and these days he shares his passion for JavaScript and HTML5 with the community.
Christopher Jones
Christopher Jones, Senior Principal Product Manager    
Chris serves as Product Manager for OCI, Instant Client and scripting language drivers for Oracle Database. These include Python cx_Oracle, PHP OCI8, PHP PDO_OCI, and Node.js node-oracledb.
Anthony Tuininga
Anthony Tuininga, Consulting Member of Technical Staff    
Anthony Tuininga is a software developer in the Data Access group at Oracle. He has over 25 years of experience with Oracle Database, is the creator and maintainer of cx_Oracle, the Python module enabling access to Oracle Database, and is now heavily involved with enhancing the node-oracledb module.