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#jQuery Masonry : A dynamic layout plugin for jQuery The flip-side of CSS floats

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Patterns For Large-Scale JavaScript Application Architecture

Rappel des bonnes pratiques concernants l'architecture de de gros projets Javascript


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A Million-user RealTime Web Application with Mochiweb #erlang part 1

A Million-user RealTime Web Application with Mochiweb #erlang part 1 | Dev | Scoop.it

In this series I will detail what I found out empirically about how mochiweb performs with lots of open connections, and show how to build a comet application using mochiweb, where each mochiweb connection is registered with a router which dispatches messages to various users. We end up with a working application that can cope with a million concurrent connections, and crucially, knowing how much RAM we need to make it work.

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Feedability : Node.js server that uses Readability

feedability - Node.js server that uses Readability to replace excerpts in feeds with the full articles.

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elasticsearch - - Open Source, Distributed, RESTful, Search Engine

elasticsearch - - Open Source, Distributed, RESTful, Search Engine | Dev | Scoop.it
You know, for Search

So, we build a web site or an application and want to add search to it, and then it hits us: getting search working is hard. We want our search solution to be fast, we want a painless setup and a completely free search schema, we want to be able to index data simply using JSON over HTTP, we want our search server to be always available, we want to be able to start with one machine and scale to hundreds, we want real-time search, we want simple multi-tenancy, and we want a solution that is built for the cloud.

"This should be easier", we declared, "and cool, bonsai cool".


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SiteQuery: A reactive crawling framework for node.js using #jquery server-side

SiteQuery: A reactive crawling framework for node.js using #jquery server-side | Dev | Scoop.it

SiteQuery , a NPM module that enables the easy creation of reactive website crawlers using server-side jQuery.

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Node.js sur la carte ARM BeagleBone

Node.js sur la carte ARM BeagleBone | Dev | Scoop.it

Node.JS sur une carte mère ARM, vous en rêviez, BeagleBoard l'a fait ! BeagleBoard, vient d'annoncer une nouvelle carte mère ARM low-cost et très basse consommation.


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Cradle a #CouchDB #NodeJS client

Cradle a #CouchDB #NodeJS client | Dev | Scoop.it

Cradle is somewhat higher-level than most other CouchDB clients, requiring a little less knowledge of CouchDB's REST API. Cradle also has built-in write-through caching, giving you an extra level of speed, and making document updates and deletion easier. Cradle was built from the love of CouchDB and Node.js, and tries to make the most out of this wonderful marriage of technologies.

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node-lazy : Lazy lists module for #nodejs #javascript

node-lazy : Lazy lists module for #nodejs #javascript | Dev | Scoop.it
This is the third article in node.js modules you should know about article series.
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JavaScript UIs with Sammy, Backbone and State Machines | Caffeinehit Ltd, London (Shoreditch)

JavaScript UIs with Sammy, Backbone and State Machines...
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mattetti/LiveTV - GitHub

LiveTV - Simple Mac #Ruby OS X application allowing you to watch some live free TV channels (French, English, Italian).

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