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15 Best Node.js Frameworks for Developers | Code Geekz

15 Best Node.js Frameworks for Developers | Code Geekz | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
Node.js is a platform built on Chrome's JavaScript runtime for easily building fast, scalable network applications. Node.js uses an ... Instead, Sails automatically builds a RESTful JSON API for your models.

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LAFABLE - Large Agile Framework Appropriate for Big, Lumbering Enterprises

LAFABLE - Large Agile Framework Appropriate for Big, Lumbering Enterprises | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
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Use a load-balancer as a first row of defense against DDOS

Use a load-balancer as a first row of defense against DDOS | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
We’ve seen recently more and more DOS and DDOS attacks. Some of them were very big, requiring thousands of computers... But in most cases, this kind of attacks are made by a few computers aiming to...
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Node.js w/1M concurrent connections!

Node.js w/1M concurrent connections! | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
I've decided to ramp up the Node.js experiments, and pass the 1 million concurrent connections milestone. It worked, using a swarm of 500 Amazon EC2 test clients, each establishing ~2000 active lon...
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Fluent 2014: Brendan Eich, "JavaScript Taking Both the High and Low Roads" - YouTube

Fluent 2014: Brendan Eich, "JavaScript Taking Both the High and Low Roads" (Brendan Eich's #FluentConf keynote "JavaScript Taking Both the High and Low Roads" is already on YouTube!
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National Archives Puts First World War Diaries Online with MongoDB - SYS-CON Media (press release)

National Archives Puts First World War Diaries Online with MongoDB - SYS-CON Media (press release) | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
SYS-CON Media (press release) National Archives Puts First World War Diaries Online with MongoDB SYS-CON Media (press release) MongoDB's open source document database has helped various archives and data systems to digitize Britian's history...
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Code Combat teaches you to code through dungeon-crawling

Code Combat teaches you to code through dungeon-crawling | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
Browser game CodeCombat teaches you how to code in Javascript by having you input the commands to play a game.
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Website Performance Measurement Tools: From Brute Force to (Relative) Elegance

Website Performance Measurement Tools: From Brute Force to (Relative) Elegance | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
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The New Javascript Problem

When a function is called with the new keyword, a new object is created and that object becomes the context of the function call. That context is available within the function using the this keyword. If the function does not explicitly return anything in its body, the result of evaluating the function with the new keyword will be the new object.

Constructors are not the only way to create JavaScript objects. Object.create creates a new JavaScript object and permits you to specify the prototype. Using Object.create, we can be explicit about what objects are create with what prototypes. 

So, you can use new or you can use Object.create to create new objects with prototypes. So far, so good.

But there are some clouds on the horizon.

 


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Angular JS localization with Require JS i18n module

When we started working with AngularJS, one of the first non-trivial challenges we were faced with was to find a way to localize the text in our app.

We had a few basic requirements for the localization solution:

Will not require any changes to my existing controllers.Will not polute the current $scope.Be able to define the desired string directly on the markup with a simple syntax.Be defined as a module that can be minified and compiled with RequireJS.

 

Some brief research did not produce any options we were completely satisfied with. We then considered the RequireJS i18n module. It is a very simple and elegant solution that's worked very well for me in my previous projects, so I set out to write a small module that will bridge the gap between this module and my Angular JS code and views.


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15 hot programming trends -- and 15 going cold

15 hot programming trends -- and 15 going cold | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
Hot or not? From the Web to the motherboard to the training ground, get the scoop on what's in and what's out in app dev

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MVC is dead, it's time to MOVE on.

MVC is dead, it's time to MOVE on. | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
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Improve Performance by Removing Query Logic | MongoHQ Blog

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Velocity.js

Velocity.js: A jQuery library for performant JavaScript animation.

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Prevent cross-site request forgery: Know the hidden danger in your browser tabs

Prevent cross-site request forgery: Know the hidden danger in your browser tabs | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
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Escape the 1.4GB V8 heap limit in Node.js!

Escape the 1.4GB V8 heap limit in Node.js! | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
(continued from the sprites scalability experiments [250k] [100k]) Well, finally found a work around for the 1.4GB limit imposed on the V8 heap. This limitation was at first a "hard" limit, and aft...
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Javascript without the this - Programming - O'Reilly Media

Javascript without the this - Programming - O'Reilly Media | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
One of JavaScript's many wrinkles is the way that this works. It can be quite confusing, since the semantics are quite different from the purely lexical scoping rules which...
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Content negotiation using express for Node.js Code Example - Runnable

Content negotiation using express for Node.js Code Example - Runnable | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
Content negotiation using express for Node.js Code Example - Runnable (is content negotiation THIS EASY on node.js? I'm sold.
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PayPal and Netflix cozy up to Node.js

PayPal and Netflix cozy up to Node.js | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
The server-side JavaScript platform is busy converting Java users (RT @1kevgriff: Netflix moving to node.js. This is awesome.
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Patterns in Polymer: The Greatest Book Ever

Patterns in Polymer: The Greatest Book Ever | News from IT and development | Scoop.it

Reusable web components in glorious isolation

Polymer lets you create your own <HTML>tags in complete isolation from what the rest of the web page is doing. The result is rock-solid, reusable code that just works™. Learn how to get the most out of this exciting new platform.


As web application complexity spirals out of control, next generation browser features that cut through the craziness remain out of reach.
What if you could use next generation features today?



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Dan Harabagiu's comment, March 4, 2:07 AM
I did, partially and I think the idea is nice and useful. For me this was something new.
aelena's comment, March 4, 2:10 AM
thanks for commeting... just one more question, Was it something you think can be practical and feasible in a real live environment or is it more of an academic exercise?
Dan Harabagiu's comment, March 4, 2:11 AM
I think is feasible for CMS or portals, where you could include your own nice and shiny HTML 5 elements. without to much dependencies between them. Definitely is not only academic.
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The Cost of Poor Web Performance [INFOGRAPHIC]

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EmberJS vs AngularJS : performance testing

EmberJS vs AngularJS : performance testing | News from IT and development | Scoop.it

 

Performance testing is really a tough task. If the matter was to compare ember and angular, with their given features, simplicity or number of lines in the code, it really become simple as it atleast has a platform. But measuring performance depends on browser, number of environmental factors, data transfer, type of your app, code quality, logic and much more. And the judgement factors are simply the speed and accuracy. But it’s really a variable thing to judge, as the test cases play their roles.

Today with few chosen test cases I would like to show you the visible difference between ember and angular. How according to implementation cases their behavior changes, how they exactly works and these things will help you to choose the right one between ember and angular  for your application.


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Why we abandoned server generated web pages

Why we abandoned server generated web pages | News from IT and development | Scoop.it

1. You’re constantly transporting state back and forth between client and server (and often neglecting to do so).

2. It’s slow, slow, and did I mention slow?
3. It’s a more complicated programming model.
4. Debugging is much more complicated.
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NodeJS: the good parts? A skeptic’s view (jax jax2013)

JavaScript used to be confined to the browser. But these days, it's becoming increasingly popular in server-side applications in the form of Node.js. Node.js pr
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Request-Response oriented Websockets | Manuel Alabor

Request-Response oriented Websockets | Manuel Alabor | News from IT and development | Scoop.it
Hi, my name is Manuel, Software Engineer and technology addict from Switzerland. This is my virtual home.
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