Tag :: Node.js
The websanova url.js parser has released version 2.0.0. The new version now features the much anticipated tld and sub domain support.
After the popularity of the websanova url.js package we got a lot of requests for a node.js version. Wait no longer, it's finally here.
An important part of Node.js will be writing unit tests for your apps and it’s modules. Like most of Node.js the basics of setting this up is a snap and you can begin writing unit tests in not time.
So you've decided to dive into Node.js but you're not quite sure how to start. This article covers the simple process of getting your feet wet with Node.js.
Setting up a basic HTTP server in Node.js is as simple as copy and pasting five lines of code. However if we will want to create something more appropriate for websites and handle our pages more dynamically.
Node.js is great for serving app. But it becomes cumbersome to deal with static files. It's much better to let an existing server such as Nginx handle this which it already does so well.