Questions tagged [server-side]

The term "server-side" refers to the portion of an application run on a server. The counterpart of "server-side" is "client-side", meaning the part of an application running locally on the user's own machine, such as in a Web browser.

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How can non-javascript applications communicate with Ethereum nodes?

Web3 implements the Ethereum JSON-RPC spec and seems to be the preferred method for communicating between a javascript applications and the Ethereum node. However there are situations where you might ...
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Restricted Access / Authentication for a Remote Geth Node

I have setup remote geth nodes that are constantly running as web3 providers to support my DApp. What is the best way to restrict access to make sure that only authorized clients (my server) are ...
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How to generate Ethereum wallets & keys on serverside with JS?

Anybody knows, how can ether wallets be generated on serverside (node.js). It's needed for service, to create a new wallets for new customers. Maybe something like bitcoinJS-lib but for ethereum? But ...
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DApp on Node2 accessing smart contract deployed by Node1

Node 1(Desktop) deployed a contract on private blockchain. From node2(Laptop),I want to interact with the contract. But I failed at 'web3.version.getNetwork(err, netId)' function.This function throws ...
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Connecting to an ethereum node from meteor server side

I get the error TypeError: XMLHttpRequest is not a function when I try to connect to a node on the server side of my meteor application. The error is caused by meteor using the meteor HTTP package ...
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How do you connect to a node from the server side of a meteor app

This is the command I am using to run the node (a private testnet) geth --networkid 420 --nodiscover --rpc --rpcaddr "0.0.0.0" --rpcport 8545 --rpcapi="db,eth,net,web3,personal,web3" --rpccorsdomain "...
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