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npm CLI roadmap, garbage collection in Node, creating your first Node package, and more.
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Node Weekly
July 17, 2014  #44
Forrest L Norvell
Big changes are on the way for npm’s command line app, including improvements to its architecture and search features, as well as tweaks to Windows support and dependency tree realization.

A look at the fundamentals of garbage collection in the V8 engine and its role in the optimization of Node apps.

A walk through some best practices and the basic technique of creating a Node.js package of your own.

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Sindre Sorhus
A clever technique/hack: put multiline text content into your JavaScript code via multiline comments, wrapped in functions.

MongoHQ Blog
MongoDB supports full text search and this tutorial demonstrates how to hook into it from a basic Node app.


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