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Token-based auth for Express, building modules with Browserify, security middleware for Express
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July 3, 2014  #42
Florian Heinemann
Essentially uses a trusted third party method as the ‘authentication’ process, such as an e-mail address or text message.


JSConf 2014
JSConf 2014
At JSConf, Kevin Whinnery gave a talk exploring the techniques involved in designing and building CommonJS modules that work in both Node and the browser using Browserify.


jsmodules.io
Four simple examples of Node.js modules and how they look in ES6.


New Relic   Sponsored
The Node.js team at New Relic recently brought the power of browser monitoring to Node.js. The new browser monitoring features also include JavaScript errors and AJAX timings. Check out New Relic’s blog to see how their team keeps iterating, improving and releasing new features.

New Relic

Adam Baldwin
Includes middleware to work with crossdomain.xml, Content Security Policy, HTTP Strict Transport Security, Cache-Control, X-Frame-Options, and more.


Jasper van Rijbroek
Code is on GitHub. More info on InfoQ. (Note that while the docs claim it’s GPLv3, the code license says MIT.)


LXJS
At LXJS, Matteo Collina gave a 20 minute talk on hardware hacking with Node and the MQTT protocol.


GitHub
A GitHub organization dedicated to useful and small, modularized DOM-related npm modules. npm-dom is open for anybody and any contribution.


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