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A console for your Node app, TJ Holowaychuk says bye, and a new Node-oriented Web browser.
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Node Weekly
July 10, 2014  #43
Derick Bailey
If you’ve ever worked on a Rails app and found the Rails ‘console’ useful, you might find it useful to create REPLs for your Node apps too.


TJ Holowaychuk
TJ - the incredibly prolific developer behind things like Express, Mocha, and Jade - reflects on his experiences with Node and explains why he’s off to the land of Go. In response, Dustin Diaz explains why he’s staying with Node.


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Rackspace

Breach
A new browser that’s backed with Chromium, C++, and Node.js under the hood, with everything at the higher level in JavaScript and HTML5.


Reddit
A traditional desktop app developer looks for guidance in the Node.js world.


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