Welcome to our latest summary of the week in Node.js news covering December 10 through December 16, 2013. Every week this time we will look at some of the Node.js-related news, tutorials and commentaries we’ve seen online.
Felix Geisendörfer put together a guide for writing consistent and aesthetically pleasing node.js code. It is inspired by what is popular within the community, and flavored with some personal opinions.
When you send a database query, Node.js will continue executing the code that comes after it, then jump back when the result is available. Justin Klemm created a tutorial to resolve issues that may stem from that.
Christopher Langdon says some options will be better than the other for specific use cases but in Node.js anything synchronous is plain wrong when you expect to serve more than one user simultaneously.
Paul Sawens reports that Ghost, following a successful Kickstarter campaign, is rolling out the fully-hosted version of the platform.
Varuna Jayasiri gives the rundown on how nearby.lk moved the servers from Google App engine to Amazon EC2 a couple of months back, and the backend is now built with nodejs with mongodb as the database.
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