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September 25, 2014  #54
npm 2 is out and Forrest L Norvell provides some background to the version bump, semantic versioning in general and in relation to node-semver, as well as a list of the new and changed features.

A look at some patterns used through Node code that you can apply to your own to improve its design, such as the EventEmitter pattern and using streams.

Apple introduced a native Objective C API for JavaScriptCore in iOS 7 and your code can use it to execute JavaScript code within the context of an iOS app.

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Conrad Irwin
async-profile is a new Node CPU profiler that can track the total amount of time spent in each callback in your app, as well as summarize key performance metrics of your code.

The npm Blog
npm Inc’s newest programmer talks about a major refactor to npm taking place around how dependency trees are handled, a feature being called multi-stage install.


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