As the work week draws to a close, we wanted to summarize this week’s stories:
Marc Hartner helps you build finalized web pages easier by introducing the Node.js ecosystem of template systems.
Dave Whiteley summarizes the week in Node.js news, including updates, tutorials and commentaries we’ve seen online.
Al Tsang announces that StrongLoop will be distributed through npmjs.org, which means that you will be able to install it from the command line like any other Node module.
Matt Schlumen declares that Vagrant provides easy-to-configure, reproducible, and portable virtual machine environments, and is great for more than just Sysops admins.
Al Tsang explains how Node.js and StrongLoop bridges the interoperability challenges of both front end and back end and clears a highly productive path for developers to build compelling mobile applications faster.
Qihan Zhang saves you valuable time and unnecessary pain by giving options to restart your Node.js server after you’ve changed the code.
Matt Schmulen provides a summary of some of the more interesting mobile software stack news, tutorials and commentaries he’s seen online.
After attending Node Summit, Isssac Roth has feedback on why companies are comfortable going with Node.js.
Jimmy Guerrero walks your through getting StrongLoop up and running quickly in a Cloud9 workspace so you can explore some of the features of LoopBack and StrongOps without have to do a lot of configuration.
StrongLoop has teamed up with OlinData to bring you structured 3-day Node.js training.
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