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Preparing for the future of AngularJS

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AngularJS expert J.P. Johansson discusses where Angular came from and looks at where Angular 2.0 might go.
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Horizontally Scaling Node.js and WebSockets with Redis

Horizontally Scaling Node.js and WebSockets with Redis | Javascript and surroundings | Scoop.it

The Node.js cluster module is a common method of scaling servers, allowing for the use of all available CPU cores. However, what happens when you must scale to multiple servers or virtual machines?

That is the problem we faced when scaling our newest HTML5 MMORPG. Rather than trying to cluster on a single machine, we wanted to get the benefit of a truly distributed system that can automatically failover and spread the load across multiple servers and even data-centers.


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Why Node.js is becoming the go-to technology in the Enterprise - Node Crunch, Node.js News & Events Resource

Why Node.js is becoming the go-to technology in the Enterprise - Node Crunch, Node.js News & Events Resource | Javascript and surroundings | Scoop.it
Over the last 18 months the use of Node.js has grown at an exponential rate, it has moved from innovators such as Voxer (www.voxer.com) and Yammer (www.yammer.com) to a group of early adopters that are giving Node.js the credibility required to take it into …
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Single Page Apps with Node.js. — blog.nodejitsu.com

Single Page Apps with Node.js. — blog.nodejitsu.com | Javascript and surroundings | Scoop.it
Single Page Apps with Node.js http://t.co/MhiS5xUJu9
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6 Must Have Node.js Modules — blog.nodejitsu.com

6 Must Have Node.js Modules — blog.nodejitsu.com | Javascript and surroundings | Scoop.it

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Reusable UI controls with KnockoutJS

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When developing large applications, it’s best practice to use some level of the DRY principle, and attempt to create reusable modules, components, and code wherever possible. Unfortunately, adhering to this principle with KnockoutJS it not as straight-forward as it could be.

The problem.. well it’s not really a problem, it’s just the way KnockoutJS was designed. KnockoutJS is more of a library for doing MVVM, than a framework that has opinions on how you re-use your code. There are a few frameworks out there that attempt to solve this issue, and do it very well.


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Durandal: Quick Start

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Durandal is a lightweight JavaScript framework designed to make building Single Page Applications (SPAs) simple and elegant. It has strong support for MVC, MVP and MVVM so that no matter what type of front end architecture you prefer, Durandal can handle the task.

With RequireJS as its base and a thin layer of conventions, Durandal can provide amazing productivity while helping you to maintain SOLID coding practices. Pair that with out-of-the-box support for rich UI composition, modal dialogs, eventing/messaging, widgets, transitions, routing and more....and there's no doubt you'll be able to build whatever apps you can imagine.


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Why will Angular 2 rock? - Angular Tips

Why will Angular 2 rock? - Angular Tips | Javascript and surroundings | Scoop.it
This article has been update in September 1st. Now it is using TypeScript and angular 2.0.0-alpha.36 Note: If the “foo” alerts from the …
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Speeding up AngularJS apps with simple optimizations | JavaScript

Speeding up AngularJS apps with simple optimizations | JavaScript | Javascript and surroundings | Scoop.it
AngularJS is a huge framework with that already has many performance enhancements built in, but they can’t solve all our problems. No matter how fast the framework, we can all create sluggish code through bad practices and not understanding key concepts that help it perform well. The following performance pointers are some of the things I’ve learned from developing Angular applications that will hopefully enable you to keep building fast applications.
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Seven Things You Should Stop Doing with Node.js

Seven Things You Should Stop Doing with Node.js | Javascript and surroundings | Scoop.it
Stop Doing With jQuery by Burke Holland, I decided to open a discussion and highlight seven things you should immediately stop doing with Node.js: Stop using
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Finding the right Node.JS WebSocket implementation  

Finding the right Node.JS WebSocket implementation   | Javascript and surroundings | Scoop.it
A journey with ws, Socket.IO, Engine.IO, and Primus
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StrongLoop | What Makes Node.js Faster Than Java?

StrongLoop | What Makes Node.js Faster Than Java? | Javascript and surroundings | Scoop.it

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Goran Peoski's curator insight, February 2, 2014 6:01 AM

"Projects that need big concurrency will choose Node (and put up with its warts) because it’s the best way to get their project done."

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Tether – Marrying elements for life

Tether is a Javascript and CSS library. It is free and open source and was developed by HubSpot developers Adam Schwartz (@adamfschwartz) and Zack Bloom (@zackbloom).

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KnockoutJs by Aleksej Romanovskij

KnockoutJs by Aleksej Romanovskij | Javascript and surroundings | Scoop.it
A presentation created with Slides. (RT @agatische: Сделал презентацию про Knockout JS http://t.co/M3foujDqIA #js #knockoutjs)
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