Back in the days when your computers came in options of the cream, the white, the off-white, the ivory or the beige, it was very frustrating that an application you put so much effort into wasn’t usable on other computers.
In a previous post about handling errors in Node.js programs, I took a look at how different flow control styles handle errors. I wanted to revisit the topic of error handling in a little more detail, and take a deeper look at an important error handling tool in Node.js: domains. We’ll see how domains work, …
'Sorry, Chrome killed the terminal'. The article was about Yez!, an extension that brings terminal-liked functionalities to the browser. Today, I'll show you how I use Chrome in my Node.js development workflow.
Part II of this two part tutorial will discuss Behavioral Driven Testing and Software Testing – how to use BDD to test your JavaScipt code.
In this post, we will see how to build cross OS desktop apps using Node js and Web technologies. We will take a look at building and running a simple node webkit app and then expand on it by adding different features like platform services, node modules etc.
What is node webkitSetting up node webkitHello node webkitRun the applicationSome more config optionsAdding Native featuresUsing Node ModulesDistribute the AppApp Security
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