Is there a way to use static method with dependency injection in NestJS?

An example is better than a long explanation: // Backery.service.ts import { Injectable } from ‘@nestjs/common’; import { InjectRepository } from ‘@nestjs/typeorm’; import { Repository } from ‘typeorm’…

How can I see the list of JWT tokens generated(I`m using nestjs jwt) [closed]

Hello there I have an application that generates a JWT token for the user on logging in. But the problem is I want to add the previous JWTtoken to blacklist if the user logged in with a new device. …

How to print Firestore timestamp as formatted date and time like December 28,2020 at 3:52:04 AM UTC+5:30?

while fetching date from firestore I am getting Timestamp “seconds: 1608490949, nanoseconds: 275000000”.I want to print it as properly formatted date and time. As it is “December 28,…

Nest.js cant resolve dependencies, can’t find my mistake

I’m doing a Nest.js program but I can’t find my dependencies problem. I have searched quite a lot and I have found a lot of answers regarding this problem, but I can’t figure out why my code isnĀ“t …

Differentiate 2 routes of a controller (NestJS)

EDIT: When I move the @Get(‘/random’) above the 2 other routes, it’s working… Weird I’m doing a NestJS server that just get some routes of the Breaking Bad API and displays the JSON in the routes of …

What is the –watch and –debug option in nest start

I read following documentation described nest command. https://docs.nestjs.com/cli/scripts According to the document, following must be added to package.json “build”: “nest build”, …

Nest can’t resolve dependencies of the UserModel (?)

When I try to use MongooseModel on Users I am getting the following error Nest can’t resolve dependencies of the UserModel (?). Please make sure that the argument DatabaseConnection at index [0] …

extend existing API with custom endpoints

I’m creating an API for multiple customers. The core endpoints like /users are used by every customer but some endpoints rely on individual customization. So it might be that User A wants a special endpoint /groups and no other customer will have that feature. Just as a sidenote, each customer would also use his own database schema because of those extra features. I personally use NestJs (Express under the hood). So the app.module currently registers all my core modules (with their own endpoints etc.) I think this problem is not related to NestJs so how would you handle that in

Nest.js – request entity too large PayloadTooLargeError: request entity too large

I’m trying to save a JSON into a Nest.js server but the server crash when I try to do it, and this is the issue that I’m seeing on the console.log: [Nest] 1976 – 2018-10-12 09:52:04 […