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Node Weekly Issue 26
March 14, 2014
Featured
Taking Advantage of Multi-Processor/Core Environments in Node.js We live in a multi-core world and out of the box Node does not take advantage of this, though it certainly has the ability to. Here’s a look at the options.
The Carbon Emitter
Node v0.11.12 (Unstable)
Node.js Blog
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Reading
10 Habits of a Happy Node Hacker A list of practical tips and techniques to keep you and your Node apps happy.
Heroku
A Node and Raspberry Pi-backed Ambient Lighting System A scrappy but practical guide to building an ambient lighting system that runs on the Raspberry Pi device using Node code. Node runs really quickly on the device, they say.
Why Node.js Is Becoming The Go-to Technology in The Enterprise
nearForm
Building Secure Node.js Applications Adam Baldwin briefly explains a few principles.
Safari Books Online
Top Overlooked Security Threats to Node.js Web Applications A (good) slide deck.
Chetan Karande
Libraries, Code and Tools
Mach: A Better Way to Build Web Servers in Node? An interesting alternative to Express with a focus on composability, asynchronicity, and streaming.
Michael Jackson
Shmock: An Express-Based HTTP Mocking Library for Node.js
Gilt
Discover The License Footprint of Your Node Application A small command line application that scans your Node project and tries to establish the licensing footprint of its dependencies.
Arnout Kazemier
StyleStats: A Node.js Library to Collect CSS Statistics You know the ‘readability’ statistics apps like Word can provide for your written text? This is similar but for CSS complexity.
Koji Ishimoto
Cha: jQuery-style Task Chaining in Node Cha allows tasks to be connected together into a chain that’s easier to read and maintain.
vimtronner: A Multiplayer, Command-line vim Trainer Built on Node.js and Socket.io
The Carbon Emitter
ninit: Community-driven Node.js Module Bootstrap Code
André König
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