Homepage - Node Tuts - Node.js Free screencast tutorials. The Node Beginner Book » A comprehensive Node.js tutorial. An Introduction to Geddy. Static Version This was the fifth in a series of posts leading up to Node.js Knockout on how to use node.js.
This post was written by geddy author and Node.js Knockout judge Matthew Eernisse. Geddy is a modular, full-service web framework for Node.js, similar to Merb, Rails, Pylons, or Django. Geddy provides a lot of great features: Flexible, robust router with easy RESTful routing (router docs)Intelligent content-negotiation (content-negotiation docs)Models and validations(model docs)Simple, intuitive views with partials supportGenerator utility for easy creation of apps and scaffolding Installation There are a few different ways of getting Geddy. Download the current release, geddy-v0.1.1.tar.gz (2010-08-06) $ ~/work$ curl -O ~/work$ tar -xvzf geddy-v0.1.1.tar.gz$ ~/work$ cd geddy-v0.1.1$ ~/work$ make && sudo make install Or, get the latest Geddy code from GitHub and install it: $ ~/work$ git clone ~/work$ cd geddy$ ~/work$ make && sudo make install Geddy can also now be installed with NPM:
Node.js for beginners, part 1 - Hello world, and a bit of fun! 2nd February 2012 at 8:27 Introduction This is the first part in a series of tutorials I want to write on Node.js.
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