Here’s recap of last week’s posts…
The StrongLoop team has received a lot of feedback from the community in the past year and we have been giving it a lot of thought to it lately. We’ve been asking ourselves, “How can we as a company, individual developers, and members of a community best contribute to Node so that it benefits everyone? From individual developers to customers to the ecosystem of vendors offering services and products around Node?”
The result is this post where I’ve collaborated with colleagues both inside and outside of StrongLoop to try and articulate where we think StrongLoop can be of most use in helping the community take Node to the next level.
The last three months were great for Node Inspector. We have received a number of pull requests from the community, and the list of authors has grown by 50% to 28 people. Thank you! Here’s what’s new…
It is a pretty common occurrence these days that we see news about the current trends of native apps versus HTML5. Let’s first clarify the categories:
- Native comprises predominantly iOS and Android apps, but also includes Blackberry and Windows.
- HTML5 is actually two categories: mobile web (think m.yourcompany.com) and hybrid mobile web apps.
John Higgins has been appointed vice president of business development. He brings more than 20 years of experience in sales, marketing, and business development in both mature and growth-oriented technology companies. In this new position, Higgins will be responsible for expanding the company’s growing ecosystem of partners and customers.
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.
- Watch Bert Belder’s comprehensive video presentation on all the new upcoming features in v0.12
- Ready to develop APIs in Node.js and get them connected to your data? We’ve made it easy to get started either locally or on your favorite cloud, with a simple npm install.