Node.Js: Links, News And Resources (15)

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Connect Roles
Connect roles is designed to work with connect or express. It is an authorization provider, not an authentication provider. It is designed to support context sensitive roles/abilities, through the use of middleware style authentication strategies.

Rob Conery – Real World NodeJS – Creating the Tekpub API
NodeJS is The New Thing and it also happens to be a lot of fun and quite capable. In this talk Rob will take you from 0 to production using NodeJS, the NPM package management system, MongoDB, ExpressJS, and a handful of other NodeJS modules. You’ll see various ways to structure your application using plain Javascript here, some CoffeeScript there and get an overall sense of what NodeJS can do, and why you should care.

substack / bouncy
bounce HTTP requests around for load balancing or as an HTTP host router
Bouncy uses node’s http parser innards to bounce http requests around to where they need to go in an entirely transparent way.

Making statsd talk directly to a browser
StatsD is “A network daemon that runs on the Node.js platform and listens for statistics, like counters and timers, sent over UDP and sends aggregates to one or more pluggable backend services”

Felix’s Node.js Convincing the boss guide
Now that you’re all hyped up about using node.js, it’s time to convince your boss. Well, maybe. I have had the pleasure of consulting for different businesses on whether node.js is the right technology, and sometimes the answer is simply no.
So this guide is my opinionated collection of advice for those of you that want to explore whether node.js makes sense for their business, and if so, how to convince the management.

dominictarr / badass
The proxy that breaks all the rules and doesn’t ever care

Does drupal or joomla allow a combination node.js and with php?

Drupal: Node.js

How to structure communication between Nodejs server and rails?

LearnBoost / up
Zero-downtime reloads and requests load balancer based on distribute

Staying up with Node.JS

Do I have to reload app.js every time I make a small change?

kuchumovn / node-js-development-mode
Auto reload Node.js when modifying application code (hot reload, “development mode”)

A fresh work enviroment for Node.js and Express on Ubuntu 10 in about 30 minutes

isaacs / node-supervisor
A little supervisor script for nodejs. It runs your program, and watches for code changes, so you can have hot-code reloading-ish behavior, without worrying about memory leaks and making sure you clean up all the inter-module references, and without a whole new require system.

The Node.JS MongoDB Driver Manual

mjrusso / livestreaming-js
HTTP Live Streaming, for node.js
A complete system for producing and serving content conforming to the HTTP Live Streaming specification, built on Node.

meloncholy / vid-streamer
VidStreamer.js: A simple streamer for Flash and other videos (and other files too). Supports HTTP pseudostreaming and works with JW Player’s bitrate switching.

orospakr / stream-pump
HTTP live video stream reflector written in Node.js (currently only for Microsoft MMSH video streams)

The love and hate of Node.js

JSConfAr 2012 Videos

express / examples

Node.js API changes between v0.6 and v0.8

Worlize / WebSocket-Node
A WebSocket Implementation for Node.JS (Draft -08 through the final RFC 6455)

Implementing Web Socket servers with Node.js

Introducing the Microsoft Driver for Node.JS for SQL Server

Windows Azure just got a lot friendlier to node.js developers

Examples in using RedisStore in

RedisStore and rooms with Socket.IO

Control Flow
In Javascript. Love it. Hate it. Learn about it.

Lazyshot / storm-node
Storm Multilang support with Node.JS

epokmedia / storm-node-multilang
Multilang implementation in node.js for the Storm distributed realtime computation system

Nodeclipse is an plugin that adds IDE functionality to the Eclipse for the Node.
The purpose of Nodeclipse is to create an environment in which development of Node is easy for a beginner to intermediate user.

Socket.IO: CPU 100% with Redis Store

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