Here’s this week’s recap of the Node.js related content we posted last week…
Today the Node.js project took a historic step forward. An advisory board is being formed for Node.js with the intention of guiding the project toward a community-based open governance model. At StrongLoop we are of course participating on this advisory board and we’re excited to serve alongside community members such as IBM, Netflix, npm, Paypal, Walmart and Yahoo.
It’s always easier to learn something from an example. At StrongLoop, we know this well, so we created a multitude of example apps to go along with LoopBack. To this end, new StrongLoop engineer Simon Ho has been working to update the LoopBack example modules, and writing comprehensive READMEs that walk you through the steps to recreate each app. He’ll be continuing his work in the coming weeks, but here’s a list eigth new or recently-updated examples…
In this article, I propose a minimal and flexible pattern that I think works well for projects that are larger or have the potential for growth. The original ideas stem from earlier work done by TJ Holowaychuk. As you read through the explanation and implementation, note the discussion really has little to do with Express directly and applies to any large Node project..
In this video, Dennis Ashby, head of client services at StrongLoop, gives you a quick preview into just one of the many things he covers in his two-day Node.js and API Development Training. In this teaser he shows you how to quickly get started building and managing APIs using the Loopback framework and an Amazon API. For more information about Node.js training visit: strongloop.com/node.js/training/
In this video Raynos (Jake Verbaten) talks about how Uber builds high quality services. He explains what it takes to “productionize” a Node.js service and shows some of the tooling Uber has built and open sourced to enable it. Recorded on Oct 16 at the SF Node Meetup.
In this video, Tony Pujals takes on a crash course of Express.js working through ten basic lessons with code examples to boot. Recorded on Oct 16th, 2014 at the SF Node Meetup.
Ontem tjfontaine criou a branch de release do Node v0.12. O que pode significar que há um lançamento iminente, mas como TJ é o responsável pela data de lançamento, então não tem como sabermos uma data exata. A nossa opinião é que ainda pode demorar um pouco. Isso é só a branch de release.
Translation by Igor Ribeiro Lima