Yes, more links about Node.js:
Universal modules (browser, Node.js): imports and universal tests
Bridging the module gap between Node.js and browsers
LearnBoost / engine.io
Engine is the implementation of transport-based cross-browser/cross-device bi-directional communication layer for Socket.IO.
TooTallNate.net is the personal website and blog for me, Nathan Rajlich.
This blog is powered by Wheat which uses NodeJS and git as a backbone.
flatiron / cliff
CLI output formatting tools: “Your CLI Formatting Friend”.
cucumber / gherkin
A fast Gherkin parser in Ragel (The parser behind Cucumber)
eldargab / easy-table
Nice text table for Node.js
The Way of Node
dreamerslab / coke
A lightweight node.js MVC framework that speeds up your web development.
“ COKE is a node.js MVC framework base on Express. It does not add too many magic, instead it provides a clean and well structured project bootstrap. ”
Why node.js is cool (it’s not about performance)
Rduerden / Node.cs
Node.cs.net – Node.js in c# with all the beauty and performance that C# brings
Fibers and Threads in node.js – what for?
flatiron / nock
HTTP mocking and expectations library
Testing Private State and Mocking Dependencies
What the $%@! is SPDY
You may know about SPDY, an experimental protocol for a faster web http://www.chromium.org/spdy/spdy-whitepaper announced by Google in 2009. SPDY is now supported by two major browsers (Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox) and it’s running on most of Google’s servers (also soon to be supported by nginx).
The main goal of SPDY is reducing the latency of web pages by multiplexing multiple http streams into one TCP connection and compressing http headers.
fent / socket.io-clusterhub
socket.io storage powered by clusterhub for multi process applications.
Operating Node.js in Production, with Bryan Cantrill
bergie / noflo
Flow-based programming on Node.js
Running NowJS natively on Windows
doug-martin / nools
Rete based rules engine for node.js
More links are coming.