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Nodester · Open Source Node.JS PaaS

Nodester · Open Source Node.JS PaaS

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The Tapir's Tale: A Not Very Short Introduction To Node.js Node.js is a set of asynchronous libraries, built on top of the Google V8 Javascript Engine. Node is used for server side development in Javascript. Do you feel the rush of the 90's coming through your head. It is not the revival of LiveWire, Node is a different beast. Node is a single threaded process, focused on doing networking right. The graph for memory usage is even better. Read more about it at the Web Faction Blog OK, so what's the catch? // Synchronous var result = db.query("select * from T"); // Use result // Asynchronous db.query("select * from T", function (result) { // Use result }); So, all libraries that deal with IO has to be re-implemented with this style of programming. History Node is definitely not the first of its kind. Twisted appeared in Python (2002) and EventMachine in Ruby (2003). This year a couple of newcomers appeared. Get Started This example uses OSX as an example platform, if you use something else you will have to google for instructions. Networking Modules !!!

Heroku | Cloud Application Platform How to: Build a Social Media Cheat Sheet for Any Topic Let's say you're a butcher, a baker or a candlestick maker. You want to get up to speed on the social media activity in your market, as fast as you can. Or perhaps you want to sell things to candlestick makers online, or you're a journalist writing a story about blogging butchers, or maybe you've got some kind of weird baking fetish or academic interest. Is there any way to ramp up your knowledge of these fields, fast, other than the "Google and wander" method? Works With Just About Anything We'll use the field of Education as our example, because there is a lot of activity there and we presume we've got more educators as readers here than butchers or candlestick makers. If you doubt that these kinds of steps could help in your line of work - check out this post, where we found the best work-related RSS feeds for Fire Inspectors and Physical Therapists, just to prove that we could. Is this post a cheat sheet? Find The Most Popular Blogs in Your Field Add The Feeds to a Reader

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Node.js cloud products and services | Nodejitsu Inc. RebelMouse Sign In Express - node web framework Getting started With node installed (download), get your first application started by creating a directory somewhere on your machine: $ mkdir hello-world In this same directory you'll be defining the application "package", which are no different than any other node package. You'll need a package.json file in the directory, with express defined as a dependency. You may use npm info express version to fetch the latest version, it's preferred that you do this instead of "3.x" below to prevent any future surprises. Now that you have a package.json file in this directory you can use npm(1) to install the dependencies, in this case just Express: $ npm install Once npm finishes you'll have a localized Express 3.x dependency in the . Now to create the application itself! var express = require('express'); var app = express(); With the new application instance you can start defining routes via app.VERB(), in this case "GET /" responding with the "Hello World" string. Using express(1) to generate an app

Outils de publication automatique Comparateur collaboratif S'inscrire Se connecter Se connecter Déconnexion Mon Espace - Outils de publication automatique Internet > Communications > Curation J'aime 13 mars 2017 23:49:44 Comparatif des outils de publication automatique Outils permettant de sélectionner automatiquement des contenus en ligne, de les mettre en page et de les publier. Ce comparatif est associé à celui des plates-formes de curation, qui permettent la sélection manuelle de contenu et leur éditorialisation : Le tableau est librement modifiable, vous pouvez le mettre à jour vous-même et noter vos outils préférés. Inclure 2011-03-11 16:06:57 2017-03-13 23:49:44 Curation Compare Aggregate vs Curata vs vs DayLife vs Fever vs Flipboard vs Genieo vs vs Publitweet vs Pulse vs Qwiki vs Summify vs The Twitted Times vs Yahoo! Plus de comparatifs Commentaires a noté Note globale 1Not user friendly. Laisser un commentaire

Yahoo présente un module node.js pour YSlow Aujourd'hui dans l'analyse des performances des pages Webs, il y a deux outils qui sont majoritaires : Google Page Speed et YSlow (de Yahoo). Ces deux outils s'utilisaient soit sur le web ou avec un plugin dans le navigateur. Mais dorénavant, il sera désormais possible d'utiliser YSlow en ligne de commande grâce à la release (en bêta) d'un module node.js... Comme c'est un module node.js, l'installation se fait en deux secondes avec une simple commande grâce à NPM : Une fois l'installation terminée, vous pouvez utiliser le module directement dans votre terminal en fournissant un fichier har ou en intégrant le module YSlow dans une application qui par exemple stockerait des résultats de performances dans une base. Le résultat de la commande est en JSON (ce qui est parfait pour insérer les données dans une base mongoDB) et contient les informations suivantes : Source : Yahoo Developper Network

DeadSocial NoSQL Databases and Node.js In recent years, non-relational DBMSs have reemerged with proponents’ claiming advantages in scalability and simplicity. Many of these DBMSs now exist targeted towards a variety of usage scenarios. They are popularly referred to as NoSQL databases. This article looks at two popular NoSQL databases – Redis and MongoDB – and also Mongoose, a popular API that abstracts access to MongoDB. Authors: Mike Cantelon and TJ Holowaychuk This article is based on “Node.js in Action“, to be published in April 2012. In the early days of the database world, non-relational databases were the norm. Redis Redis is a data store well-suited for handling simple, relatively ephemeral data such as logs, votes, and messages. The most mature and actively developed Redis API module is Matt Ranney’s node_redis module. The following code establishes a connection to a Redis server, using the default TCP/IP port, running on the same host. client.on(‘error’, function (err) { console.log(‘Error ‘ + err); }); MongoDB