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The Beautiful Broken Web: Node.JS Security - the good, bad and ugly

The Beautiful Broken Web: Node.JS Security - the good, bad and ugly | Node.js | Scoop.it
RT @conversionpoint: http://t.co/4DwdYrWMim #nodejs #security the good bad and ugly @DerekHaddad @TheNextWeb @StartupWeekend
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Cylon.js - JavaScript framework for robotics, physical computing, and the Internet of Things using Node.js

Cylon.js - JavaScript framework for robotics, physical computing, and the Internet of Things using Node.js | Node.js | Scoop.it
Cylon.js is a JavaScript framework for robotics, physical computing, and the Internet of Things using Node.js. It provides a simple, yet powerful way to create solutions that incorporate multiple, different hardware devices at the same time.
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Hacking on NodeOS | OlinData

Check it out - our #awesome #engineer @rajkissu is here to help you out with #hacking on #NodeOS! http://t.co/09mMmv25Gr #NodeJS #javascript
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Functional Testing For Node.js Using Mocha and Zombie.js

Functional Testing For Node.js Using Mocha and Zombie.js | Node.js | Scoop.it
In Agile development, developers write tests before implementing a feature. Unit tests should already be in your ADN, so let's talk about functional tests instead. Functional tests are the technica...
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Using JSON Web Tokens with Node.js

This article explains the concept of JSON Web Tokens, or JWTs. The article covers how JWTs are used to authenticate API requests. (RT @BackboneRails: Using JSON Web Tokens for Authentication w/ API.
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RasPod Turns Your Raspberry Pi Into a Music Server

RasPod Turns Your Raspberry Pi Into a Music Server | Node.js | Scoop.it
Setting up a household music server using your own computer is usually pretty simple, but if you'd rather have a low-power, low-cost solution, you can use your Raspberry Pi and the RasPod software.
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