The dynamic programmer
Installing node.js in two simple steps.
This one is intended to be used in simple apps and libraries.
This one is a simple module that makes working with UDP even easier.
The solution is simple, but can take you a moment to think of it.
A new single use module to consume oEmbed providers.
Don't you love OSS? I got the first pull request for curling that increase the buffer size for curl.
A simple module that implements authentication using a private/public key scheme.
A very simple wrapper to run curl in a child process.
When working on Restify or ExpressJS applications you usually see a file structure based on routes, models and views. I prefer a more modular approach.
More refactorings and initial support for the users endpoint in version 0.0.6.
In version 0.0.5 I added support for changesets and followers.
I added last night access to the src endpoints of the API that allows you to get the content of files and folders.
Just released a very simple node.js module to access the BitBucket API. Early version allows to list repositories or get a single repository and work with Issues.
Dates are a pain. So I started to put together time traveller to try to alleviate that paint while working on node.js.
I have been playing with node.js for the last year and half, maybe more, but for the last three weeks I have been doing real work with it. We are developing a new product and we decided to give node a try. These are my findings and my experience so far.
I have been researching node.js and the ecosystem around it. Yes, node has an ecosystem, a very vibrant one if I may say. Today I tried a simple web framework that resembles Ruby's Sinatra by the name of Express.
Installing node.js First, you need a supported OS, like Linux, Mac or Solaris. I will be doing the install on Ubuntu.Go to the node.js download page download the Gzipped file and extract in a folder of your choice in your disk.