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January 8, 2015  #68
io.js
One benefit of io.js’ (the new Node fork) policy of staying up to date with the Google V8 JavaScript engine is newly implemented ECMAScript 6 features can be used in your code sooner. Numerous features already work with io.js by default with no runtime flag required.


Jake Verbaten
A look at what it takes to take a Node-based app or service to production, including some tooling Uber has developed itself.


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Frontend Masters

David Wells
A tutorial, video (15 minutes), and demo of running the same code server and client side for rendering.


Uei Richo
Provides the ability to run JavaScript on (almost) any web server using a Node.js binary over CGI (in a similar style to PHP over CGI). It has its limitations but is an interesting proof of concept nonetheless.


Marcell Spies
Supports Jenkins, Travis CI, Visual Studio Online, Team Foundation Server, and TeamCity.


Gareth Marland
Install on a server and you get a web-based way to manage and run scripts on that server remotely.


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