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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 and MongoDB Node.js and MongoDB
You use Node.js to write event-driven, scalable network programs in server-side JavaScript. Node.js runs on Google’s V8. This section describes the available tools and suggested practices for using Node.js with MongoDB. For a more detailed discussion, see the Node.js Driver Manual. The following are the README and source code: node.JS node.JS
UPDATE: New packages and further items What a difference a year makes. Last year at the first conference solely dedicated to JavaScript, JSConf 2009, there was a big focus on the uses of JavaScript on the client side. Getting Started with Node.js on Windows | Matthew Podwysocki Getting Started with Node.js on Windows | Matthew Podwysocki
There's a substantial amount of buzz and enthusiasm right now about Node.js. So what is it, and why should you care about it (well, other than "I said so")? ReadWriteWeb chatted with Javascript developer Guillermo Rauch, co-founder and CTO of LearnBoost in order to get some insights. ReadWriteWeb: So, what is Node.js? ReadWriteWeb: Why should developers care? Why Developers Should Pay Attention to Node.js Why Developers Should Pay Attention to Node.js
Introduction to Nodejs (taking javascript to the server-side) - GeexHQ 0inShare Web Technologies so far Remeber those days when we used only the basic features of html to bring texts, images, tables and few other layouts into our webpage, Later CSS came into the picture and created a huge impact or it has actually influenced the way a normal web user-interface is made. After creating webpages & designs using markups and CSS, developers turned their focus onto the data transfer techniques, thats when Ajax came into the picture. Introduction to Nodejs (taking javascript to the server-side) - GeexHQ
node.js An example: Webserver This simple web server written in Node responds with "Hello World" for every request. To run the server, put the code into a file example.js and execute it with the node program from the command line: % node example.js Server running at http://127.0.0.1:1337/ Here is an example of a simple TCP server which listens on port 1337 and echoes whatever you send it:

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Node.js is a software platform that is used to build scalable network (especially server-side) applications. Node.js utilizes JavaScript as its scripting language, and achieves high throughput via non-blocking I/O and a single-threaded event loop. History[edit] Node.js

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I gave a talk on Friday at Full Frontal , a new one day JavaScript conference in my home town of Brighton. I ended up throwing away my intended topic (JSONP, APIs and cross-domain security) three days before the event in favour of a technology which first crossed my radar less than two weeks ago . That technology is Ryan Dahl’s Node .

Node.js is genuinely exciting

Node.js is genuinely exciting
Why You Should Pay Attention to Node.Js ? tecosystems

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. What is node.js?

Learning Server-Side JavaScript with Node.js

Learning Server-Side JavaScript with Node.js Node.js is all the buzz at the moment, and makes creating high performance, real-time web applications easy. It allows JavaScript to be used end to end, both on the server and on the client. This tutorial will walk you through the installation of Node and your first “Hello World” program, to building a scalable streaming Twitter server. What is Node.js? JavaScript has traditionally only run in the web browser, but recently there has been considerable interest in bringing it to the server side as well, thanks to the CommonJS project . Other server-side JavaScript environments include Jaxer and Narwhal .
Preview Download Free Preview NOTE: The code download has been updated for the latest Node 0.6.10 release and NPM 1.1.1. Meet Node.js | PeepCode Screencasts for Web Developers and Alpha Geeks
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Node.js is a server side framework based on top of Google’s V8 JavaScript Engine, that aims to assist developers in building highly scalable network programs, by using evented, non-blocking I/O. InfoQ had a virtual panel with the creators of some of the most popular 3rd party libraries and frameworks that utilize Node.js. Node.js author Ryan Dahl has given a very good brief explanation of what Node.js is during his JSConf 2010 presentation[PDF]: Server-side Javascript Built on Google’s V8 Evented, non-blocking I/O. Virtual Panel: The Node.js Ecosystem - Frameworks, Libraries and Best Practices
After reading Simon Willison’s post on Node.JS, I decided I’d give it a try myself. Today I released node.websocket.js After a couple of months I’ve been watching the progress on the WebSocket protocol, which gives JavaScript developers full-duplex communications channels in the browser. This is a very exciting alternative to the COMET techniques we’re used to seeing. Node.JS and the WebSocket protocol
Twisted is an event-driven networking engine written in Python and licensed under the open source MIT license. Twisted makes it easy to implement custom network applications. Here's a TCP server that echoes back everything that's written to it: from twisted.internet import protocol, reactor class Echo(protocol.Protocol): def dataReceived(self, data): self.transport.write(data) class EchoFactory(protocol.Factory): def buildProtocol(self, addr): return Echo() reactor.listenTCP(1234, EchoFactory()) reactor.run()

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eventmachine @ GitHub
eventmachine @ GitHub
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