Are there any good resources to get started with Node.JS? Any good tutorials, blogs or books?
Of course, I have visited its official website http://nodejs.org/, but I didn't think the documentation they have is a good starting point.
NodeSchool.io interactive lessons
The Art of Node (an introduction to Node.js)
I'm trying to send data from node.js to Java through sockets.
I searched around but nothing was really useful. I'm used to socket.io but in this case it doesn't seem really suitable for this. It seems like all the socket extensions for node.js are not really suited for sending messages, but rather listening to messages and answering something.
Is Node.js quicker and more scalable than Apache? Are there any performance figures to back up Node.js's performance for a web application over Apache?
UPDATE: Ok maybe my question (above) is confusing because I am a little confused as to how Node.js sits within a web stack. Under what circumstances should I consider using Node.js instead of a mor
I want to move to another directory in Node.js command prompt but when I open the Node.js cmd window it doesn't show me any path. Here is the screenshot of the Node.js cmd window:
Now if i want to change directory to D:\abc then how can i do it here?
Solution That isn't the Node.js command prompt window. That is a language shell to run JavaScri
I have up and running a website with sync services that built using Python(Django) MySQL. For a long time I'm looking to the Node.js and MongoDB side. I'm close to make a decision to move to MongoDB part of the system that hosts data from user's desktop clients and used by sync service to sync data between clients.
I'd like to keep the rest of th
I create an django based app in openshift. already I want to add node.js to it.But node.js needs open port for listening :
var http = require('http');
var server = http.createServer().listen(4000);
first I decide to install node.js from here but I got error:
You can only have one framework cartridge in your application 'djangoApp'.
I'm looking for something to stream audio like radio (playing continuously and clients can join in the middle of a song) with node.js. Is there any node.js module (which I couldn't find)or anything else that I can use along with node.js to achieve this? Is this possible at all with node.js? If not, what do you recommend to use otherwise? (though, I
Is Node.js mature enough to make entire web applications in it? I mean entirely in Node.js. I read somewhere that for some reason there should be (for example) nginx behind Node.js. Is it true? Can't Node.js stand alone? Are there any online websites built on Node.js?
Solution in my opinion this isnt true anymore.
you can do two things:
We are looking at using Azure for the backend for our native Android application. The application will have user accounts along with product information and order history information. The idea is to manage the user, product, and order information in the Azure backend.
Could you help confirm if my understanding is correct on the following:
I am going to deploy my node.js application.
I can start my own web application with purely node.js only.
But my fd told me that it is better to serve that web app under apache or nginx.
Anyone have such kind of experience, why do we need apache as I can start my web app on node.js express only?
I would like to know more on deployment knowledg