Friday, June 26, 2020

How to create a desktop app from website in 10 minutes?



desktop application from website


Building a Cross Platform Desktop Application (i.e.. App that can run on Windows, Linux, and Mac os) helps to reduce the development time and cost. Electron is one of the best and known frameworks to develop desktop applications. 
Many famous applications like VS Code, Slack, Figma, etc are built on Electron.
The best part about Electron is, you need not learn any new language, you can simply write JavaScript, HTML, or use a framework like REACT, VUE, and ANGULAR and compile it to a desktop app, or If you have a website hosted you can simply provide the URL of the website to create a desktop application.
Today we will see how to create a desktop application from a website hosted on the web and some must-have features to get you started.

If you have no time or wanna know what we are going to build then I recommend clone/download my desktop-app-in-minutes repo and replace the https://www.blog.guidefather.in URL with your websites URL.

What we will cover?

  • What is electronJS?
  • Create a desktop app from the website URL.
  • Create a Custom Header in electron app.
  • Using npm modules in the electron app.
  • Managing app events 
  • Distribution of an electron app
  • Pros and Cons of electrons
app preview

What is electronJS?

With the help of ElectronJs one can build cross-platform desktop applications with HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. It was introduced in 2013 to make cross-platform text-editors, later its scope was extended to build other utility apps. Electron has chromium in it
Electron has two processes 
  • Main Process: It manages the bootstrapping the application and lifecycle events like starting, quitting, etc. This main process is responsible for interacting with the native GUI of the Operating System. It creates the GUI of your application.
  • Rendering Process: It is created by the main process and its main purpose is to render the UI.

Create a desktop app from the website URL.

Before proceeding you need to have node and npm install in your system.
Steps to create a desktop app.
  • Create a folder with the name you want and type following commands
    npm init -y
    npm i electron --save-dev
  • add a start script in package.json
    "start":"electron ."
 You can get the complete project code from my GitHub Repository.

const { app, BrowserWindow, Menu, shell } = require('electron');

function createWindow() {
const win = new BrowserWindow({
width: 1100,
height: 800,
webPreferences: {
nodeIntegration: true
}
})
// win.webContents.openDevTools() //Open dev tools

// To open the file from a local directory.
// win.loadFile('index.html')

//open url
win.loadURL("https://www.blog.guidefather.in")


}

//lauch view when electron is ready
app.whenReady().then(createWindow)

// Quit when all windows are closed, except on macOS. There, it's common
// for applications and their menu bar to stay active until the user quits
// explicitly with Cmd + Q.
app.on('window-all-closed', () => {
if (process.platform !== 'darwin') {
app.quit()
}
})

// On macOS it's common to re-create a window in the app when the
// dock icon is clicked and there are no other windows open.
app.on('activate', () => {
if (BrowserWindow.getAllWindows().length === 0) {
createWindow()
}
})

   main.js

This will open https://www.blog.guidefather.in in an application, from which you can interact.
BrowserWindow runs its own renderer process. This renderer process will take the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and render it to the window.

win.webContents.openDevTools()
It is used to open dev tools in the application for debugging purposes.

If you have the code in ANGULAR, REACT, VUE, or any other framework which can be compiled down to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript you can create an application by providing a path to the dist folder
win.loadFile("path_to_dist")
By using the above code you will have a basic desktop application.

Create a custom header in electron app

By writing the above code you will have a desktop application but with a default header of your operating system. You can override the default headers and create custom headers by using the MENU module of electron.

const menu = Menu.buildFromTemplate([{
label: "Menu",
submenu: [
{
label: "Disclaimer",
click() {
utility.openModel(win, "Disclaimer")
}
},
{
label: "View Article",
click() {
//open external links
shell.openExternal("https://www.blog.guidefather.in")
}
},
{ type: "separator" },//introduce a gap in menu
{
label: "Exit",
click() {
app.quit() //quit application
}
}
]

}, {
label: "History",
accelerator: "CommandOrControl+H", //shortcut
click() {
utility.openModel(win, "History")
}
}])
Menu.setApplicationMenu(menu)
By implementing the above code you will have a menu like this
Menu Preview
 Menu.buildFromTemplate takes an array of objects which will be displayed as the menu. Each Object has a mandatory field label which will be displayed as the title of the menu. You can have sub-menu using submenu inside each object.
To perform click event you have to declare a function click.
You can specify shortcut keys to perform the task by using an accelerator. As you can see I have used CommandOrControl+H to open the history tab.

Events 

app.quit() : This will close the application 
shell.openExternal() :  To open External links 
openModal: I've created a custom function to open models in utility.js
function openModel(parent, pageType) {
modal = new BrowserWindow({
width: 600,
height: 700,
title: 'Info',
frame: false,//remove headers
backgroundColor: '#2e2c29',
parent: parent,//to specify the parent
webPreferences: {
nodeIntegration: true
}
});
// modal.webContents.openDevTools()
switch (pageType) {
case "Disclaimer":
modal.loadFile("./src/info.html")
break;
case "History":
modal.loadFile("./src/history.html")
break;
}
modal.on('close', function () {
modal = null;
});
}

Using NPM module in the electron app.

You can use the NPM module in the electon app in the same way as you use in node.js, but the best part is if you specify nodeIntegration = true in BrowserWindow then you can access Node.js in HTML files.
To access Node.js in HTML file, simply declare a script tag in the HTML page and start writing Node.js 
<script>
const remote = require("electron").remote;
const utility = require("../utility")
document.querySelector("#close-info").addEventListener("click", function () {
remote.getCurrentWindow().close() //get current window and close it
})
utility.getHistory().then(history => {
history.forEach(d => {
document.getElementById("hist-row")
            .insertAdjacentHTML('beforeend',
                                  `<tr><td>${d[0]}</td><td>${d[1]}</td><tr>
                                `);
});
})
</script>

As you can see I have imported utility using require statement to call utility functions.

Managing App Events

You can monitor the events performed by the user in the application by app events. I've used this feature to monitor the history of the user by writing it to a CSV file.
win.webContents give access to the running process.
win.webContents.on("will-navigate", function (e, url) {
utility.writeHistory(url)
})

You can check all the option here
To specify the directory where to save the file I've used 
const historyPath= (app || remote.app).getPath("userData") + "/history.csv";
getpath will return the path depending on the operating system. If you don't specify this then your code may not runs all platforms.

Distribution of electron app

After development comes the most tricky part compiling the OS-specific builds. To build an application in electron I recommend using electron-builder
  • Install electron builder
    npm i electron-builder --save-dev
  • Add icons 
    create a folder in the project directory, name it build and place icon with the name of icon.png and dimension of 256 X 256.
  • Modify package.json, electron builder take the details from package.json file. 
    {
    "name": "gview",
    "version": "1.1.0",
    "description": "website to desktop app in 5 mins",
    "main": "main.js",
    "scripts": {
    "start": "electron .",
    "build:linux": "electron-builder --linux deb",
    "build:win": "electron-builder --win", "build:mac": "electron-builder --mac"
    },
    "keywords": [],
    "author": {
    "name": "Service",
    "email": "service.b@blog.guidefather.in"
    },
    "license": "ISC",
    "devDependencies": {
    "electron": "^9.0.5",
    "electron-builder": "^22.7.0"
    },
    "dependencies": {
    "csv-writer": "^1.6.0"
    },
    "homepage": "https://blog.guidefather.in",
    "nsis": {
    "deleteAppDataOnUninstall": true,
    "uninstallDisplayName": "app"
    }
    }
replace the details with you own.
  • run commands
    npm run build:linux for Linux
    npm  run build:win for windows
    npm  run build:mac for Mac
    for more details and info you can check the link 

Pros and Cons of electron App

PROS

  • You need not to learn an extra language or framework. If you have knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript you can build cross-platform apps in few minutes.
  • Its has great documentation and APIs which help you achieve the desired results and access native APIs easily.
  • You can develop without worrying about platform compatibility.
  • NPM support, you have access to the huge libraries of npm, using which you can achieve anything.

CONS

  • Build size is huge, Even for small application build size is huge because it has the chromium engine built in it.
  • Hight CPU utilization, Electron consumes a high amount because it launches a separate instance of chromium every time a new window loads.
  • Build Complications, Building OS-specific installable may not give desired results. You will most likely face issues with icons, writing files, etc.. because each and every system behaves differently.

Conclusion 

ElectronJs is great if you are not developing something out of the box or CPU intensive apps. With nice documentation and support electronJs is still evolving. I recommend to clone my GitHub repo and check CPU utilization, build size etc.. and make sure electron is best for your need.

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Monday, June 22, 2020

Solution: Window can't be installed in this disk.The selected disk has MBR partition table.On EFI systems, windows can only be installed to GPT disk.



" Window can't be installed in this disk. The selected disk has MBR partition table. On EFI systems, windows can only be installed to GPT disk."
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Window can't be installed in this disk. The selected disk has MBR partition table.
On EFI systems, windows can only be installed to GPT disk."



Welcome noobs, to your GuideFather, Suddenly you woke up and thought of installing Windows 10 in your older window 7 system, you do exactly as instructed in our article but suddenly you see an annoying message while selecting the Drive: Window can't be installed in this disk. The selected disk has MBR partition table.On EFI systems, windows can only be installed to GPT disk. Or for any other reason, you may want to convert your MBR partition to GPT. You are at the right place.

Step 1:

Open command prompt
Don't get confused, You just need to Hold SHIFT KEY and Press F10 i.e SHIFT+F10 at the exact screen you are getting the error

Step 2:

Now You have access to command prompt , which is great but you have to know the steps and commands to use otherwise what's the use of getting a key of your dad's car if you don't know how to drive.
so just type the following commands:

diskpart
diskpart is basically a command tool that uses all the commands related to your drives or disk.
after you hit that enter button you have to type next command:

list disk
now you have list all the DISKS, not the DRIVES, even the disk you are using as a bootable media.
Identify the disk you want to install Windows most probably the disk 0.

Warning: The next steps will erase everything form that entire DISK not Partition or Drives but the entire DISK make sure you have a backup of all your important data

Now  type :
select disk 0(or the disk you want to install the windows in)
After you press enter its time to clean everything in the disk so by putting the rock in your heart type:

clean
this time you press enter there is no going back
now type:

convert gpt

then execute the exit command twice.


In summary:
  1. Shift+F10
  2. diskpart
  3. list disk
  4. select disk 0
  5. clean
  6. convert gpt
  7. exit
  8. exit





now press the refresh button on the panel
you will see one unallocated space equal to your disk,that's your disk converted in to GPT partition.
now create as many drives as you want in it as it's converted into GPT partiton table.
then select drive to install the windows, You won't get any errors.



Sunday, June 14, 2020

How to detect Browser is online or offline?



no internet

Let the user know that he/she is offline is not only a good feature but it helps developers to avoid unexpected conditions and handle errors gracefully. By detecting the client has gone offline you can perform all the security measures to ensure the security of your application.
There are many ways to detect it but I will show you four ways to detect that the client has gone offline and will discuss the pros and cons of each approach. 

Approaches to detect client is offline.

I've created a project to explain all the above-mentioned approaches using Typescript, JavaScript, HTML, and UIKIT (for styling). You can get the code from my GitHub repository 
no network project

Client-Side Approaches

JavaScript has awesome APIs to detect that the client has an internet connection or not. These APIs are easy to use, faster, and less expensive than Server-side Approaches.

Event Listener 

In this, we add event Listeners to the window object which will fire when the client goes offline or online.
window.addEventListener('online', function () {
console.log("online")
})
window.addEventListener('offline', function () {
console.log("offline")
})

Navigator is a widely supported BOM (Browser Object Model ) APIs by browsers which can detect network connectivity easily and directly.
setInterval(() => {
if (navigator.onLine) {
console.log("online")
} else {
console.log("offline")
}
}, 1000);

SetInterval is used to check the internet every 1 second because unlike the event listener approach it doesn't react the change automatically.

Pros of Client-Side Approaches

  • Very fast as compared to server-side approaches  
  • Easy to use and setup
  • No-load on server

Cons of Client-Side Approaches 

  • Server will have no information of clients internet connectivity.
  • Both approaches check that the client is connected to a network( not internet ) or not, that is client may be connected to a local network that has no access to the internet. 
    If you detect the client is offline that means the client doesn't have internet connection but if it detects online that doesn't mean that browser can access the internet.
  • Browser support is always an issue, these approaches may not work in older browsers and few modern browsers.
    My personal experience is that Navigator more widely supported than the event listener approach.

Server-Side Approaches 

Server Side approaches are harder to set up than client-side approaches but they are not dependent on the client's browser.

API-Calling

This is the most used approach as it doesn't require any additional dependency and easier to set up than other server-side approaches. The idea is simple just call an API regularly after a certain interval of time if you get the response successfully then the client is connected to the internet if the call result in error then the client is offline.

setInterval(() => {
makeApiCall()
}, 1000);
function makeApiCall() {
axios.get("/checknet").then(
d => console.log("online")
).catch(
e => {
console.log("offline")
}
)
}

Sockets

Sockets allow bidirectional, real-time, and event-based connection between client and server. 
Sockets have two predefined events connect and disconnect which fired whenever the client gets connected and disconnected from the server.

let interVal=null;
const socket=io()
socket.on("connect",function(){
updateIfRequire("online");
clearInterval(interVal)
})
socket.on("disconnect",function(){
interVal=setTimeout(() => {
updateIfRequire("offline")
}, 100);
})

You may be wondering, why setTimeout and clearInterval? 
Because Sockets are very fast and in real live projects, small errors can occur any time which may interrupt the socket connection, however, sockets will try to reconnect and establish the connection within few milliseconds that's why I have used setTimeout to update the state after 100ms, meanwhile, if the sockets get connected just clear the setTimeout to stop code from updating the state.

Pros of Server-side Approach

  • No dependency on the client's browser hence no issue of browser support.
  • Reliable, unlike client-side approaches it detects that the browser has the internet or not.
  • Server will know the state of the client.

Cons of Server-side Approach

  • Hard to set up as compared to the client-side approach.
  • Introduce extra load to the server especially API calling approach.
  • Slow as compared to the client-side approach.

Conclusion

Different approaches are useful in different scenarios. Clone my GitHub repo and check which approach best suits your case.
Generally, use client-side approaches when you need not to validate any case, just need to show that the user has no internet connection, but if you need to validate the user before future proceeding like before uploading important files to the server, use server-side approach.

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Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Host website/api from local system | ngrok


Ngrok workflow
Have you ever tried to host your own website? If yes,then you must agree that it's really a time consuming, expensive, and tedious task when it requires frequent changes to satisfy your client or colleagues πŸ˜“.

Ngrok is a cross-platform service that enables you to expose your local development server to the internet.

You need not have any domain, server, or IT knowledge to use it. It is one of the most important tool when working remotely. You can expose your API or website to the internet without pushing your code to any server and the best part is all this for free.
This article will have the following sections:

How Ngrok works

Ngrok works as a mediator between the client and your system. Ngrok provides you an URL( say xyz.ngrok.io) that is mapped to the port of your system. Whenever someone hit the URL xyz.ngrok.io it will be forwarded to the port you mapped and the response will be forwarded back to the client 
Basically, Ngrok exposes a local server behind the NAT(Network Access Translation) and firewall to the public internet over a secure tunnel.
Setting up ngrok is one of the easiest things in the world. I have a project running from my previous article in my local environment at the port 3000.
local project

Setup Ngrok in Ubuntu/Windows

  • Navigate to https://ngrok.com/download and download a zip file compatible with your OS.
  • Extract it, you will get an executable file.
  • Open a terminal in the same directory and type the following command.
    ./ngrok http <port>
    example : ./ngrok http 3000
  • You will get a URL from ngrok to your website from the public network 

    Ngrok Terminal
           
Website Served from ngrok

Ngrok Dashboard

You need not register to Ngrok but if you want to view your active sessions and URLs you can use the Ngrok Dashboard
  • Register and log in to the website.
  • Navigate to Getting Started -> Setup & Installation.
  • You should see something like this.  

    ngrok Dashboard
  • Go to terminal and type
    ./ngrok authtoken <you_token>
    to connect view all your sessions in a dashboard 
  • Once you added this Ngrok will detect the tunnel itself and show you your active tunnels under Status -> Tunnels.

If you want you can get more info from here
If you want to use the service with your custom domain then you have to refer to their paid plans. Paid plans also provide advanced services like authentication and IP restrictions etc.

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Sunday, June 7, 2020

Sending Emails By SendGrid | Domain Authentication


Sending Emails By SendGrid | Domain Authentication
SendGrid provides two methods to verify the sender as discussed in my previous article.
  • Domain Authentication 
  • Single Sender Verification 
We have already covered the Single Sender Verification method. Today we will check the Domain Authentication process.

Pros and Cons of Domain Authentication.

Pros : 
  • You can send emails via any email address of your domain whether that email id exists or not, Example guidefather@yourdomain.com.
  • One time setup, In single sender method you have to verify the other emailId again if you want to send mail by another email Id.
Cons :
  • You need a domain to use this method.
  • Setup is quite complex for a person from a non-technical background.
  • Setup may require time.

Setup Domain Authentication 

  • Navigate to Settings -> Sender Authentication from the left panel. 
  • Click on Get Started under Authenticate Your Domain section if it's your first domain, If you already have added a domain then you have to click on Authenticate Domain. You will be redirected to a new page.

    Sender AuthenticationSelect your domain provider and click on next.
  • Enter the domain or subdomain from which you want to send mail, Under Advance options, you can check DKIM settings and return path to avoid spam but these are not necessary for now.
    Enter Domain
  • On the next screen, you can see the DNS records that you have to add in your domain provider
    DNS records
  • Go to your DNS provider and add three CNAME records provided  by SendGrid
    NOTE: remove your primary domain name from HOST name
    For example, I am using my.guidefather.in  so the records generated will be like 
    xyz.my.guidefather.in while adding your hostname in domain provider you have to paste only xyz.my
    Adding records to domain provider
     
  • Wait for some time and click on the verify button. It may take an hour or more to verify the records 
To check that you have added the records correctly go to DNS Checker select CNAME from dropdown and enter the hostname provided by SendGrid in my case it will be xyz.my.guidefather.in 
Dns Checker

To generate API keys or send mail via SendGrid you can check this article .

Thank you for reading


 

Saturday, June 6, 2020

Emulating any gamepad as Xbox 360 console



Emulating any gamepad as Xbox 360 console
Welcome to all gamers(specially who can't afford a Xbox 360 gaming console😝)
Here is How to play Xbox 360 games with any gamepad,controller or console?
So one day while playing your favourite video game you suddenly thought that the traditional controls(with keyboard and mouse which is the best combination in my opinion) is a little hassle and you want to play the games in a way they are meant to be played i.e. with a joystick or gamepad.
Now you have a gamepad of whatever brand it may be e.g. Quantum because they are cheap and available in market easily.
But now when you tried to play your game, you got to know that most of these games which come with game controller support actually supports only our own unaffordable Xbox 360 controller.(Yeah we have been there.)
Here is the nice part or the good news, It is possible to emulate any gamepad as Xbox controller,or you can say lying to your computer that the controller you have connected is the expensive one.
Just follow the steps given below and enjoy

STEP 1
Go to the website https://www.x360ce.com/ and check wether your game is supported by the emulator or not.If the game you want to play is in the given list congratulations you will play as you wish if not then just download a game which suits your taste and is in the list.
Now download the 32-bit or 64-bit version of the Xbox control emulator or you can download via following links:



STEP 2
After downloading, extract the file in the games directory in which the launcher application is.If you don't know the location the just right click on game icon and goto properties,here in the target tab you see the directory in which the game is saved.The image below is an example.




STEP 3
Run the x360ce.exe file as administrator




After that when it will ask you to create a .dll file just click on create like the image below



  

When the below window appears connect you USB gamepad to your PC.


  

  After connecting the gamepad, you will see the following window




Select 'search automatically' then click next
STEP 4
Now your gamepad has been emulated,its time to map your keys accordingly.The best way is to first configure it automatically by clicking the auto button as shown in the image below and then making changes according to your preferences..




Once you have mapped your buttons,save it and without closing it run your game.The moment has finally come...Enjoy

NOTE:
If your gamepad has an analog button then keep it on.It will help you to map more keys

Caching static content in Node.js


Caching Static Content In Node.js

If you feel like the image above is like a poster of horror movie then yes it's true, its because you have to implement caching very carefully. It is very easy to implement at the same time it may result in confusion and errors.
Caching is the process of storing files in cache or temporary storage so that they can be retrieved quickly.
There are many types of caching like API caching, Query Caching, CDN cache, etc.. We are going to work on the simplest form of caching today that is client-side static content caching.
Caching helps to reduce the server load and reduce the response time but at the same time, it may show stale data to the user (ΰΉ‘•﹏•).
Instead of explaining let me show you the results
Network Tab Before Caching

Before Caching
Network Tab After Caching

After Caching

As you can see from the two images above heavy.jpg took 279 ms to load and style.css took 3 ms to load before caching but after caching both took 0 ms.

Isn't it great, the client never has to make the call to the server for content because it has your entire website in the cache? No, it's not, suppose you make some changes in style.css client will never know about the changes.

Tips for caching.

  • Never cache your main HTML page ( index.html ): Because if you cache your HTML page then you are kind of disconnected from the client. The client will never make calls to the server until the cache expires.
  • Use query Params in all links: Attach version number in all links like
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="/path/style.css?v=1">
    ?v=1 specify the version number. You can always come back and increment the version number whenever you made some changes in style.css, the browser will consider this as a new entity.
  • Cache only static content: Cache contents that are frequently used like images. Don't try to cache dynamic content like API calls.

Implementing Caching in NODE.JS

You can get the code from here
Folder Structure For Implementing Caching Project


Folder Structure looks like this.
Index.js Page in Implementing Caching Project


Actual code

I've created two static directories public and cache. Whatever you put in the cache folder will be cached by the browser.
To set cache-control headers I've created a middleware in line 7.

Thursday, June 4, 2020

Send Email By SendGrid | Single Sender Verification method



Send Email By SendGrid | Single Sender Verification method
There are a variety of services in the market that allow you to send emails but most of them require a credit card to get started also some services like AWS SES are very hard to set up for those who don’t have knowledge of AWS. 
SendGrid is easy to set up, fast, reliable, and scalable service that helps you to get started for free without any card details and provide a basic plan to support your hobbies or startup ideas. At the time of writing this post, SendGrid provides 40,000 emails for 30 days and after that 100 emails per day for free. It is a well-known service used by UBER, Sportify, AirBand, etc. 

SendGrid is a cloud-based SMTP provider that allows you to send emails without worrying about technical details. 

The only downside is that you have to verify your account by their team which may take up to 24 hours but I think one can wait that long to use this awesome service for free. 

This article is divided into three parts:

Register to SendGrid

  • Navigate to SendGrid Pricing Page.
  • Select the Free Plan and click on the checkout button at the bottom right.
  • You will be navigated to their signup page. Fill the required details and click on Create Account.
  • After that, you have to fill two forms

     
    Sendgrid Registration Page | Form 1
     
    Sendgrid Registration Page | Form 2

  • Verify your mail and wait for the response 
It may take 24 hours or more to get verified. You will get an email that may look like this once your account get verified.
Sendgrid Account Activation Email




Setup SendGrid

There are two ways to send emails via SendGrid 
  1. Domain authentication 
  2. Single Sender Verification 
In Domain authentication method you can send emails by any email id of your domain example anything@yourdomain.com. We will see it later.

In Single Sender Verification you have to verify the emails from which you want to send emails. This is the easiest method and you don't need any domain to send emails. We will cover this method today.

Steps to send Email by Single Sender Verification

  • Once your account gets verified, log in to your SendGrid account.
  • From Left panel Settings -> Sender Authentication 

    Sender Verification
  • Click on Create New Sender button, a form will appear 
    Create New Sender Sendgrid
  • Once you fill the form and submit, you will get an email. Click on the link to verify the sender. 
    Sendgrid Sender Verified

Generating API Keys 

  • Navigate to Settings -> API Keys from the left panel.
    API Keys
  • Click on Create API Key select Full access from the menu  and generate keys.
    Generating API Keys
    You will be redirected to a page containing your API keys. Save your keys because you will not able to see those keys again in the portal.

    API Keys
Now you are ready to send Emails <(^-^)>


Sending Emails via Node.js

  • To send Emails I am using @sendgrid/mail package. It is easy to use and well-documented package to send mails by SendGrid.
  • You can get the code from here. Just replace the keys run npm i and npm start in the terminal.
    Code to send Email via NODE.js


You should receive a mail in your mailbox
Mail send via Sendgrid



Common Errors

  • If you see anything like this. That means your API keys are not valid or You are not using the email id you have verified
SendGrid Error while Sending Email

If you want to know how to explore the second method Domain Authentication you can refer to this article

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