Here’s this week’s recap of the Node.js related blogs we posted last week…
In last week’s performance tip, we discussed in detail how to diagnose memory leak problems with Node.js applications. In this go around we look at CPU profiling and how a good diagnosis can lead us to find the performance hotspots.
StrongLoop is pleased to announce the 1.0.0 release of the LoopBack PostgreSQL Connector, that enables LoopBack powered applications to access PostgreSQL databases. The PostgreSQL connector is a new member of the LoopBack connector family. It supports the same model APIs as other LoopBack database connectors for create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations, synchronization, and discovery.
In this article, we will explore the strengths of using generators. There is a GitHub repository with the code samples we will go through that you can check out. You will also need Node 0.11.x (w/ the
--harmony flag) or greater to run these examples. I personally use nvm for this.
Ready to start monitoring event loops, manage Node clusters and chase down memory leaks? We’ve made it easy to get started with StrongOps either locally or on your favorite cloud, with a simple npm install.
- What’s in the upcoming Node v0.12 release? Big performance optimizations, read Ben Noordhuis’ blog to learn more.
- 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 training and certification for Node? Learn more about both the private and open options StrongLoop offers.