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Blog rolling with mongoDB, express and Node.js - How To Node - NodeJS

Blog rolling with mongoDB, express and Node.js - How To Node - NodeJS | JS Adventures | Scoop.it

In this article I hope to take you through the steps required to get a fully-functional (albeit feature-light) persistent blogging system running on top of node.

 

The technology stack that we'll be using will be node + express + mongoDB all of which are exciting, fast and highly scalable.

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Detect, Undo And Redo DOM Changes With Mutation Observers

I’ve been wondering why DOM Mutation Observers, which can monitor changes to one or more DOM elements and return a report of what changed, aren’t used
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StrongLoop | Practical Examples of the New Node.js Streams API

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This article explores some of the Node documentation that may be confusing about the new stream APIs.  It will also apply the new APIs in practical terms to help you get started using these APIs in your programs.  Let’s dive in!

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Bounce.js

bounce.js lets you create tasty CSS3 powered animations in no time.
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Implementing Undo-Redo in React components using Flux and immutable data-structures

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Facebook talked about their Flux workflow recently, which uses a one-way data flow in building apps. Brandon Tilley released a simple implementation last week with Fluxxor. He has written a nice description of the overall process here. I have built over the Fluxxor Todo example to implement the Undo functionality myself. You can view a demo of the implementation here.

I tried to extend the Flux store in a way similar to David Nolen with Om, except, I used the immutable structures at the store level rather than on the React components themselves. Extending the store was rather trivial. In the initialize call of the store, I added

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