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Node.js partie 1 - Tout ce que vous devez savoir sur Node.js - Web Tambouille 3.0

Node.js partie 1 - Tout ce que vous devez savoir sur Node.js - Web Tambouille 3.0

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Node.js vs PHP: Visualize node.js efficiency with Load Impact It could be said that Node.js is the new darling of web server technology. LinkedIn have had very good results with it and there are places on the Internet that will tell you it can cure cancer. In the mean time, the old work horse language of the Internet, PHP, gets a steady stream of criticism. and among the 14k Google hits for “PHP sucks” (exact term), people will say the most funny terrible things about the language while some of the critique is actually quite well balanced. Node.js introduces at least two new things (for a broader audience). First, the ability to write server side JavaScript code. In theory this could be an advantage since JavaScript is more important than ever on the client side and using the same language on server and browser would have many benefits.

Setting up gulp.js to compile Sass - CodeHive Gulp is a build system that allows you to manage various tasks such as compiling Sass to CSS, minifying your files or many numerous other tasks that a front-end developer might face. In this Board, I'll be showing you how to setup gulp so that it compiles your Sass files to a single style.css file. I assume that you've already got npm installed. If you're not sure if you've got npm installed, open up a terminal window and type npm -v. Package.json dependencies done rightblog This is part one of a three part post on npm Dependency management. Need I say more? Entire developer ecosystems live and die by how dependency management works. Ask a Ruby developer what they would do without RubyGems, or ask (most) Java developers how to get things done without Maven.

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Storing Data the Simple HTML5 Way (and a few tricks you might not have known) Yes indeed people, it’s your favourite HTML5 Doctor with JavaScript knowledge who lives in Brighton near a golf course! I’m also shooting for the longest title we’ve published so far – and I think I’m in the lead. This post is about the Web Storage API. Technically it’s been shifted out of the HTML5 specification and can now be found in it’s very own dedicated spec.

10 Habits of a Happy Node Hacker (2016) At the tail end of 2015, JavaScript developers have a glut of tools at our disposal. The last time we looked into this, the modern JS landscape was just emerging. Today, it's easy to get lost in our huge ecosystem, so successful teams follow guidelines to make the most of their time and keep their projects healthy. Here are ten habits for happy Node.js hackers as we enter 2016. They're specifically for app developers, rather than module authors, since those groups have different goals and constraints: 1.

Getting started with Gulp and Sass - Ryan Christiani – Front-End Developer A few years ago I wrote an article on Getting started with Grunt and Sass. I wanted to write one about using Gulp and gulp-sass since gulp is starting to become more widely used. Lets get started!

Benchmarking Node.js - basic performance tests against Apache + PHP Several days ago I have done few very basic performance tests to see how node.js server behaves compared to Apache when serving very simple pages. All tests were executed on dual-core Intel T4200 2 GHZ machine with 4 GB RAM running Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid (with X). For comparison I have used node.js 0.1.103 on one side, and Apache 2.2.14 with prefork MPM and PHP 5.2.10 on the other, hitting them with ApacheBench 2.3 and total of 100,000 request with 1,000 concurrent requests during first test:

25 jQuery Plugins to help with Responsive Layouts The most popular topic of discussion at the moment is undoubtedly responsive layouts in web design. Without going into it too much, a responsive layout allows you to offer a specific and optimised screen size based on whatever device (mobile, tablet…) the visitor uses. You would typically use Media Queries to resize the overall layout, but what about all of those individual elements and features that make your page unique? Navigation, forms, images, sliders, carousels… they all need to be optimised as well. That is were this post comes in, by highlighting 25 jQuery plugins that will help you optimise and resize those trickier web elements.

HTML5 Image Effects App – Adding Noise and Invert HTML5 Image Effects App – Adding Noise and Invert Today we continue HTML5 canvas examples, I hope you enjoy this series of articles. Even for me, working with graphics, images brings pleasure. Sure that and for you too. Learning JavaScript Design Patterns Design patterns are reusable solutions to commonly occurring problems in software design. They are both exciting and a fascinating topic to explore in any programming language. One reason for this is that they help us build upon the combined experience of many developers that came before us and ensure we structure our code in an optimized way, meeting the needs of problems we're attempting to solve. Design patterns also provide us a common vocabulary to describe solutions.

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.

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