I’m writing a lot of code katas with Node.js. More links I collected about this great application and ecosystem.
This project is young and experimental. Use at your own risk.ShellJS is a portable (Windows included) implementation of Unix shell commands on top of the Node.js API. You can use it to eliminate your shell script’s dependency on Unix while still keeping its familiar and powerful commands.The …
Sharing pre-compiled templates between server and client with Hogan.js – edave.n…
Authentication and authorization (password, facebook, & more) for your node.js Connect and Express apps.There is a NodeTuts screencast of everyauth hereThere is also a Google Groups (recently created) here to post questions and discuss potential ideas and extensions to the library.So far, enables …
Face recognition with Node.JS | Node.js News
A face recognition demo of sending FaceTracker data a Node.js server and then forwarding the messages to the browser and draw and animate the face using DOM elements.
We recently spent some time with Charles Torre from Channel 9, discussing node.js at Microsoft and the project we have been working on, anode.We thought it would be a nice opportunity to launch our blog and share some of our experiences. Currently there are no plans to release anode as a service, …
Where does Node.js stand?
I recently became aware of Node.js and I’m trying to sort out where Node.js fits in the server side development picture. I found a few introductory videos from Ryan Dahl which sort of gave me the impression that Node might be the way of the future. So naturally the first thing I did from there was …
Specifying a version of Node.js / npm | Heroku Dev Center
You can use the section of your app’s to specify the version of Node.js and npm to use on Heroku.The available versions of Node.js and npm can be found using the following:If you do not specify a version, you will get the following defaults:
Tower.js – Full Stack Web Framework for Node.js and the Browser
Built on top of Node’s Connect and Express, modeled after Ruby on Rails. Built for the client and server from the ground up.Includes a database-agnostic ORM with browser (memory) and MongoDB support, modeled after ActiveRecord and Mongoid for Ruby. Includes a controller architecture that works the …
Cloudjs « « Dan Harabagiu Dan Harabagiu
This page is intended to be the documentation for the NodeJS module named CloudJS. The code can be found on Git at https://github.com/digitalwm/cloudjs or using npm package manager by “npm install cloudjs”This module is build upon Node JS and provides for the user the following featuresThe basic …
Automating Testing with Mocha and WebStorm « Hadi Hariri’s Blog
Today Paul Campbell asked on Twitter about the possibility of having an automated testing scenario using WebStorm and Mocha.Although there’s nothing built in to WebStorm to support this, it’s actually very simple to setup. All we need are a few bits and pieces:- Mocha. A testing framework for …
Make your Computer Speak with NodeJS | Node.js News
Use your terminal to launch a rouge process which sends remote commands that make your computer SPEAK WORDS ALOUD.You will have fun tricking friends or eventually creating a practical tool. Stephen, Founder and Creator of PubNub, takes you to your …
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dotcloud/node-on-dotcloud – GitHub
This is a custom service recipe to run any version of Node.js on dotCloud. To see it in action, just clone this repository and push it to dotCloud! To use it with your own code, copy the “nodejs” directory to your app, and append the content of dotcloud.yml to your dotcloud.yml file.You can set …
Welcome to Joyent’s Node.js Development Environment
Run Multi Version of Node.js on Heroku
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Cloudnode: Node.JS Hosting
DIY node.js server on Amazon EC2 | Cuppster.com
I’m involved with a project where our ruby/rails developer dropped out, so I decided to take on the job using node.js (rather than learn rails). We initially were using services from dotCloud, but it was too flakey from day to day and our demo was coming up. For hosting, Amazon’s EC2 was the …
Stability First – Cloud9 IDE Blog
2011 was the year of the Cloud IDE — the year we showed building an IDE in the browser was not just a silly dream, but could actually be realized. 2012 will be the year Cloud9 IDE outgrows its “impressive technical achievement” status and will become the mature, reliable and feature-rich …
Learn from the best – Cloud9 IDE, Inc.
Nodebits – Bits of inspiration to keep the node spirit alive
knows that NodeJS can be used to make über fast webservers. But did you know that it’s good for low level tasks too? In this article we’ll write a joystick driver for Linux. Technically it’s not that low level, the kernel is handling the hard bits for us, but the results are still very cool.Those …
Our Commitment to the Node.js Community – Cloud9 IDE Blog
It was 3 p.m. on November 8th, 2009. In a room filled with people at JSConf Europe, Ryan Dahl showed off his pet project for the first time to a sizable audience. Node.js, he called it. He had been hacking on it a little while. It was a pretty bold project. “Hey,” he told his audience, “remember …
Windows Azure on Cloud9 – Cloud9 IDE Blog
At Cloud9 we’ve been working hard to give your Node.js applications more opportunity to thrive. Cloud9 already offers the best environment for importing, developing and testing your Node.js applications. Now you can take those applications and give them a place to scale to any user demand:Today we …