Node.js. Node.js and MongoDB. Static Version This was the sixth in a series of posts leading up to Node.js Knockout on how to use node.js.
This post was written by 10gen and is cross-posted from their blog. 10gen is the corporate sponsor of MongoDB. MongoDB bridges the gap between key-value stores (which are fast and highly scalable) and traditional RDBMS systems (which provide rich queries and deep functionality). Node.JS. Getting Started with Node.js on Windows.
UPDATE: New packages and further items What a difference a year makes.
Why You Should Pay Attention to Node.Js ? tecosystems. No, not “because I said so.” The best reason to pay attention to node.js is the audience that is paying attention to it. Joe Shaw’s pointer the other day was just the latest in a string of node.js mentions. By now you’ve probably heard that the folks from Heroku recently – as in two weeks ago yesterday – announced experimental support for the project to a shortlist of their users. Less visible are projects such as the Gilt Group funded real-time web analytics project Hummingbird (that link’s courtesy of Jeff Waugh), currently a trending repo on Github, fanout.js – a node based pubsub messaging server (that one’s via Dion Almaer), or others like nodewiki, a wiki built from node and Redis.
Node.JS and the WebSocket protocol. After reading Simon Willison’s post on Node.JS, I decided I’d give it a try myself.
Eventmachine @ GitHub. Eventmachine @ GitHub. Cinco_de_node.