2021-03-25
4515
#node
Geshan Manandhar
39801
Mar 25, 2021 ⋅ 16 min read

How to send emails with Node.js using SendGrid

Geshan Manandhar Geshan is a seasoned software engineer with more than a decade of software engineering experience. He has a keen interest in REST architecture, microservices, and cloud computing. He also blogs at geshan.com.np.

Recent posts:

Mastering Modulo Operator JavaScript

Mastering the modulo operator in JavaScript: A complete guide

We investigate how the modulo operator works in JavaScript and explore several real-life applications, like cyclic patterns and animations.

Timonwa Akintokun
Dec 8, 2023 ⋅ 7 min read
Ken Pickering Leader Spotlight

Leader Spotlight: Building with grit with Ken Pickering

Ken Pickering discusses the challenges associated with uncertainty and shares insights on scaling data structures and engineering teams.

Jessica Srinivas
Dec 8, 2023 ⋅ 7 min read
Understanding Solid Js Props A Complete Guide From Beginner To Advanced

Understanding SolidJS props: A complete guide

Let’s see how Solid props work to promote component reusability, exploring basic to advanced concepts for a complete understanding.

Temitope Oyedele
Dec 7, 2023 ⋅ 11 min read
Eleventy Vs. Next.js Static-Site Generation

Eleventy vs. Next.js for static site generation

We evaluate Eleventy and Next.js and compare both static site generators in terms of performance, developer experience, scalability, and ecosystem.

Nelson Michael
Dec 7, 2023 ⋅ 11 min read
View all posts

One Reply to "How to send emails with Node.js using SendGrid"

  1. Hi there! Really good artcle! Just one minor thing mate, when you are creating the Express application and defining the port, I think you should be first grabbing what it comes from the environment variable and then user port 3000 as fallback, so something like: const port = process.env.PORT || 3000; as you did for example with the statusCode.

Leave a Reply