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Top Companies Hiring in May - Job Postings. As much as we’d all love our perfect dream job to just land in front of us, job searching is a bit of a numbers game; the more positions a company has listed, the more likely there’s an ideal one for you.

Top Companies Hiring in May - Job Postings

That’s why it makes our hearts flutter when we see companies that are looking for tons of new talent to add to their rosters. Check out these 17 companies that are hiring like crazy this month—and then make sure to check out their job openings. Piskel - Free online sprite editor. Ajax, call jQuery POST to node.js expressjs. Growth Hack the Inbox. SuperAgent - Ajax with less suck. Super Agent is light-weight progressive ajax API crafted for flexibility, readability, and a low learning curve after being frustrated with many of the existing request APIs.

SuperAgent - Ajax with less suck

It also works with Node.js! Test documentation The following test documentation was generated with Mocha's "doc" reporter, and directly reflects the test suite. Ajax, call jQuery POST to node.js expressjs. Ajax, call jQuery POST to node.js expressjs. Creating a Simple RESTful Web App with Node.js, Express, and MongoDB. Build a sentiment analysis application with Node.js, Express, sentiment, and ntwitter. As a software app developer, I've been trying to solve the following problem: how to get immediate feedback from users, specifically online users.

Build a sentiment analysis application with Node.js, Express, sentiment, and ntwitter

Getting an instant read on the Twitterverse's reactions to an app, product launch, campaign, or current event, for example, would be enormously helpful. Are the reactions positive, negative, neutral? As I thought through the requirements for an application to quickly gauge public sentiment on Twitter, I wanted it to be quick to develop, interface with a Twitter web service, have a simple mobile interface, and quickly analyze large volumes of data over time. “With existing building blocks, you can put together, very quickly, a fun little sentiment analysis application.” Collecting Emails: The Elegant Way. With MailChimp. I am starting on a new project called Ficte which will be a place to read and write short stories, poems, and other forms of creative writing.

Collecting Emails: The Elegant Way. With MailChimp

Accessing Node Modules. Node.js - Node + Mailchimp NPM: How to add Subscriber and include First and Last name? Restful: A Better REST API using Node.js with Express - Codenfreude. I’m going to introduce to you how to quickly make a REST API using a library I just built call Restful.

Restful: A Better REST API using Node.js with Express - Codenfreude

Restful, inspired by Tastypie for Django, generates API endpoints to perform CRUD operations on Mongoose models. Restful integrates in Express applications. Right now, the only return type is JSON but I plan on adding support for HTML responses and possibly others. Create a Node.js app that consumes APIs & is composed of small modules. September 7, 2014 update: This tutorial now works with the localwiki.net api that the Seattle LocalWiki now uses.

Create a Node.js app that consumes APIs & is composed of small modules

This post is part of the npm recipes series, where we explore the thousands of npm modules one "recipe" at a time. The goal for this tutorial is to create a server-side Node.js application that pulls data from a content API and serves it to the browser as HTML. We'll use the API of a the Seattle LocalWiki as the content API. Learn more about the API here: And read the LocalWiki API documentation here: localwiki.net/main/API_Documentation First we'll run through example usage of each of the modules used in this project, then we'll build the actual application. Our project will use these modules: Source code You can find the full source code for this post here: github.com/learn-js/hyperquest-director-handlebars-example-app. Basic usage examples Here we'll take a look at some basic usage examples of each of the modules used in the application. Calling a REST API from a NodeJS Script. Lately I have been experimenting with using NodeJS as a scripting language for personal tasks, rather than its typical function as a web server.

Calling a REST API from a NodeJS Script

There are many things about NodeJS that I like, and writing these little disposable scripts has been a great way to experiment. Recently I wanted to perform some batch operations with my content on The Game Crafter's web service. The Game Crafter provides a full REST API, so this was a clear way to add some automation to my life. In particular, the service requires that its users approve each card in a deck before it is sent to the printer. This is a reasonable requirement, but for people like me who automate the creation of their graphics, it's a lot of manual clicking to go through each card in turn and approve it. Node.js and Express - Creating a Rest API. Once you learn a little bit of Node.js you find that modules make life much easier.

Node.js and Express - Creating a Rest API

One of the most popular and useful is Express. Build a RESTful API Using Node and Express 4. # Express Router and Routes We will use an instance of the Express Router to handle all of our routes.

Build a RESTful API Using Node and Express 4

Here is an overview of the routes we will require, what they will do, and the HTTP Verb used to access it. This will cover the basic routes needed for an API. This also keeps to a good format where we have kept the actions we need to execute (GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE) as HTTP verbs. # Route Middleware We’ve already defined our first route and seen it in action. How to post to api from Express.js. Creating RESTful APIs with Express 4. Express routing. Routing refers to the definition of end points (URIs) to an application and how it responds to client requests.

Express routing

A route is a combination of a URI, a HTTP request method (GET, POST, and so on), and one or more handlers for the endpoint. It takes the following structure app.METHOD(path, [callback...], callback), where app is an instance of express, METHOD is an HTTP request method, path is a path on the server, and callback is the function executed when the route is matched. Handle GET and POST Request in Express 4. Nested Views in Backbone.Marionette. A couple of weeks ago we published an article about Functional Programming that used a bagel as an example. It was very well-received, so why not try again? This week @samccone is back with the delicious carbohydrate to talk about Nesting Views in Marionette.js. Nesting views can be a difficult task at first glance. Marionette makes your life easy with an elegant view layer that simplifies complexity and hides the implementation details.

This allows you to focus on getting things done instead of reinventing the wheel. Using Functional Programming to Build a Better Breakfast Bagel. With the recent buzz surrounding functional programming, I thought it would be good to elaborate on what functional programming means and what applying it can do for your code. Let's start by taking a look at some imperative style code for making breakfast. Making Breakfast the Imperative Way. Technical Lead, Rails Development at Lonely Planet - Ruby. Lonely Planet currently has developers around the world and we're looking for more Ruby folks to join a distributed team working roughly in US time zones. Experience working on web APIs is a bonus but not mandatory. The Lonely Planet tech team is responsible for delivering lonelyplanet.com and all the underlying technology, a place that inspires, connects, and helps travelers.

We are challenged with bringing over 40 years of authored travel content to life on the web in a way that is engaging for our community and relevant for individual travelers. That challenge is about to get a lot more interesting, as we ramp up our tech offerings and fundamentally change the landscape of travel products with new technologies. Careers at OpenGov.