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Use Express.js and the Mozu Node SDK to Capture and Work with Mozu Events, Part Three

Use Express.js and the Mozu Node SDK to Capture and Work with Mozu Events, Part Three

By Allen-Michael Grobelny | January 22, 2016

Categories: Mozu Developers & Users

By now, you should have added the Mozu Node SDK to your Express.js application, and you should be utilizing the SDK to validate all the requests you’re receiving from the Mozu event service. You can see instructions on this step in the previous blog post in this series, or you can start at the beginning of this series here.

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Use Express.js and the Mozu Node SDK to Capture and Work with Mozu Events, Part Two

Use Express.js and the Mozu Node SDK to Capture and Work with Mozu Events, Part Two

By Allen-Michael Grobelny | January 7, 2016

Categories: Mozu Developers & Users

Before we continue in this series, I’ll summarize where you should currently stand with your Mozu event capturing application. If you haven’t yet read the previous post in this series, you can find the first post here. You should have a basic Express.js generated server with a route enabled for capturing application events. You should also have a Mozu application created in Dev Center in which you enabled this application to send events to a public URL exposing your localhost generated by ngrok.

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