Welcome to this week’s summary of the week in Node.js and Mobile news covering September 3 through September 9th. Every week this time we will look at some of the Node.js-related news, tutorials and commentaries we’ve seen online.
Greg Smith shows how Node.js network code can be easier to write automated tests for, resulting in more reliable software.
Manuel Weis shows how QUnit is perfectly capable of testing your Node.js projects.
Azat Mardanov puts Node.js and PHP in the ring.
Bryan Hughes is controlling his aquarium with Node.js and Raspberry Pi.
Guillaume Besson shows how Node.js and Websockets are the perfect combination to write very fast, lag free applications that can send data to a huge number of clients.
Joe Wegner releases a new version of Simple-API, a Node.js API scaffolding library.
An opportunity to back the creation of an internet-connected microcontroller.
Matt Hernandez from the Modulus team demonstrates another option from building a REST API in Node.js.
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