Welcome to our latest summary of the week in Node.js and Mobile news covering October 8 through October 14th. Every week this time we will look at some of the Node.js-related news, tutorials and commentaries we’ve seen online.
Sean McCullough guides us through the year-long project to move Groupon’s web traffic from Ruby on Rails to Node.js.
Manuel Weiss sets up Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment for a Node.js app from GitHub to Heroku.
Emil Protalinski talks about the Google App Engine application that simplifies server-side development for app developers.
Henrik Joreteg completes his guide to using Node.js and Backbone.js to build a team dashboard app that updates in real time.
Ars Technica tells about how the Node.js-based minimalist blogging platform has been opened up for everyone.
David Cohen gives the scoop on Tel Aviv-based mobile application data startup Onavo being acquired by Facebook.
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