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December 11, 2014  #65
Jonathan Glock
As well as the always popular Express, Jonathan Glock looks at some other framework options for building webapps in Node, compares their pros and cons, and provides short code examples to compare them with.

Wesley Smith
Following on from last week’s news about the IO.js fork, a lot of reflection has taken place and Wesley Smith thinks the move is a positive one.

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You can combine Node.js with a web browser shell to create cross-platform desktop apps (or games) with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Fionn Kelleher looks at three ways how.

Vadim Demedes
Automatically builds commands based on project structure, auto-generates help, and supports local and global options.

Isaac Z. Schlueter
Former Node team leader Isaac Schlueter shares some facts about the IO.js fork.

Rob Ellis
SuperScript is a scripting syntax and bot engine designed to generate dialogue and conversation flow. You start by generating rules for the engine to consume and the bot will converse.


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