Welcome to our latest summary of the week in Node.js and Mobile news covering October 1 through October 7th. Every week this time we will look at some of the Node.js-related news, tutorials and commentaries we’ve seen online.
Daily Tekk profiles Al Tsang, CTO and co-founder of StrongLoop.
Phil Calçado helps build a system which acts as a socket server, reading events from an event source and forward them to user clients when appropriate.
This tutorial from Anup Shindewalks you through creating a simple Node.js program, then creating a NPM package and publishing it.
David Pacheco discusses how Node.js is used in production at Joyent, zeroing in on their daily use of runtime log snooping.
Christian Paulsen provides a jumping off point for anyone interested in Twitter bots, Node.js or both.
Nicholas C. Zakas posits that Node.js gives front-end engineers the ability to wholly control the UI layer.
Max Bruning shares his accomplishments at Nodeconfeu.
Maciej Sopylo and Nettuts+ will show you how to boost your site’s data transmission performance using client-side template and WebSockets – in 20 minutes!
Michael O’Shea talks about the impact of connected cars on leveraging smartphones in cars.
Steve Smith comments on the difference in deeper content discovery on the open Web and on app environments.
David Guttman provides a companion article telling you why to go with Streams.
Jaime González García provides a rundown of some resources he used to learn Node.js.
- What’s in the upcoming Node v0.12 release? Six new features, plus new and breaking APIs.
- Ready to develop APIs in Node.js and get them connected to your data? Check out the Node.js LoopBack framework. We’ve made it easy to get started either locally or on your favorite cloud, with a simple npm install.
- Need for Node? Learn more about both the private and open options StrongLoop offers.