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July 24, 2014  #45
James Simpson
A look at the practicalities of scaling a Node app across multiple instances that can be on multiple servers using Redis as a back-end messaging system. The techniques came out of actual work on a real MMORPG.


Google
Comes with OAuth 2.0 support and is the Google-approved way to access Google’s APIs from Node.js.


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SitePoint
Sentiment analysis is, mostly commonly, the analysis of text for mood or emotion, and in this tutorial Arvind Ravulavaru shows how to build a sentiment analysis system that processes tweets.


Visual Studio Blog
NTVS is a free Visual Studio add-on from Microsoft that enables a rich experience for working with Node.js apps with IntelliSense, debugging, etc. Beta 2 includes a better NPM UI, a new analysis and IntelliSense engine, Mocha test unit support, and more.


StrongLoop
LoopBack is an open source mobile backend-as-a-service built on Node.js. Version 2 includes push notification service integration, offline sync and replication, security access control lists, and more.


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