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Node Weekly
March 5, 2015  #76
Jack Franklin
A quick look at building a simple command line tool with Node using modern practices.

We have Node 0.12, 0.10, io.js, JXcore.. what should we use? 0.10 is the safe bet for now says Eran Hammer and, controversially, ‘0.12 is DOA’.

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What’s new in the Ruby, Node.js and Python app server. Much improved performance for starters.

Ben Nadel
An article coupled with an 8 minute video showing how to use a message queue to break apps into asynchronous components.

A look at what’s coming up for the package manager we’re all using.

The io.js releases keep coming, this time adding the beginnings of ARMv8 / ARM64 support.


In brief

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