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Tutoriel NodeJS : Les e-mails

Grâce à ce tutoriel, vous pourrez utiliser NodeJS pour envoyer des e-mails


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Script#: Compiling C# to JavaScript using Visual Studio (Channel 9)

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HTM16 Script#, a C# to JavaScript compiler, brings the power of Visual Studio and .NET Tools to build a productive development model for creating, testing and managing applications using HTML, CSS and JavaS...

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Build your own Google TV Using RaspberryPi, NodeJS and Socket.io

Build your own Google TV Using RaspberryPi, NodeJS and Socket.io | webDev | Scoop.it
If you'd like to support this project please Please note that this project is not intended to replicate an actual GoogleTV, but it's simply a proof of conce (RT @nodejsTweets: Build your own Google TV using Raspberry Pi, Node.js and Socket.io (via...

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TUTO- un super zoom pour la zone autour du curseur de la souris ~ ZinfosWeb

TUTO- un super zoom pour la zone autour du curseur de la souris ~ ZinfosWeb | webDev | Scoop.it
mes coups de cœurs, mes découvertes au jour le jour du web2, des liens et astuces pour tous, des applications Android et des logiciels gratuits

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Creating Desktop Applications With node-webkit

Creating Desktop Applications With node-webkit | webDev | Scoop.it

Web applications are useful, but there are some cases where it’s not desirable or necessary to host an application on a remote server. As HTML5 provides low-level functionality to modern browsers, such as the ability to read and write files, it’s now possible to create offline, single-page, JavaScript applications using a web browser as a platform.

The node-webkit project, which was created at Intel and open sourced in 2011, is an attempt to take the pain out of offline single-page application development.

The project provides a WebKit browser that has been extended with the the ability to control user interface elements normally off-limits to web developers. The browser’s security configuration is relaxed, assuming that the application code you’re runnning is trusted. And, most interestingly, the browser integrates Node.js, allowing node-webkit applications to leverage a wide array of functionality other than what HTML5 APIs provide.

 


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Bookshelf - An ORM for JavaScript

“We want to be able to ask questions to our data, without predefining the way we structure our data” - an argument for “No”-SQL, put forward in this very nice talk on ElasticSearch by Shay Banon.

Still, today we often use SQL, and it is required that you predefine your schema or structure your data beforehand. This means to query data, you must add and remove attributes from a schema, define how data is connected (or how data can be joined) to run actual queries.

And if you want to do this with Node.js, you often were left alone with your RDBMS backend. Not anymore, since thanks to Tim Griesser, there are a number of fresh ideas for working with data in Node.js. Let’s have a look at Knex and Bookshelf.

Knex is a promissing wrapper for SQL in JavaScript. With Knex, we quickly can connect to a MySQL, Postgres or SQLite database.


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iOS Game Programming with Xcode and Cocos2d is finally in Paperback!

iOS Game Programming with Xcode and Cocos2d is finally in Paperback! | webDev | Scoop.it

“ I'm proud to announce that Focal Press has published my book in paperback. Yup, it made the leap from iBook to print, but lost none of the pretty colors. Focal Press bought a few extra barrels of i...”


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Express.js Fundamentals

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Fusker

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Fusker is an application firewall that prevents and manages a multitude of attacks in nodejs.


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Un service pour connaitre toutes les couleurs et polices d'un site web

Un service pour connaitre toutes les couleurs et polices d'un site web | webDev | Scoop.it

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Philippe Gendre's curator insight, December 10, 2013 7:25 AM

Si vous êtes concepteur de sites web et que vous souhaitez connaitre d'un rapide coup d’œil les couleurs ou les différentes polices à partir de n'importe quel site web, je vous conseille d'aller faire un tour sur le site Stylify Me.

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Two SharePoint lists in DataView - Linked Sources with SharePoint Designer | SharePoint 2013

Two SharePoint lists in DataView - Linked Sources with SharePoint Designer | SharePoint 2013 | webDev | Scoop.it
SharePoint for developers, information workers, consultants...

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Kathy Blair's curator insight, January 2, 4:31 PM

Combine data from two lists into one view.

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Learning 30 Technologies in 30 Days: A Developer Challenge

Learning 30 Technologies in 30 Days: A Developer Challenge | webDev | Scoop.it

I have taken a challenge wherein I will learn a new technology every day for a month. The challenge started on October 29, 2013. Below is the list of technologies I've started learning and blogging about. After my usual work day, I will spend a couple of hours learning a new technology and one hour writing about it. The goal of this activity is to get familiar with many of the new technologies being used in the developer community. My main focus is on JavaScript and related technologies. I'll also explore other technologies that interest me like Java, for example. I may spend multiple days on the same technology, but I will pick a new topic each time within that technology. Wherever it makes sense, I will try to show how it can work with OpenShift. I am expecting it to be fun and a great learning experience.

 

October 29, 2013 – Day 1: Bower—Manage Your Client Side Dependencies. The first day talks about Bower and how you can use it.

October 30, 2013 – Day 2: AngularJS—Getting My Head Around AngularJS. This blog talks about how you can get started with AngularJS. It is a very basic blog and talks about how to build a simple bookshop application.

October 31, 2013 – Day 3: Flask—Instant Python Web Development with Python and OpenShift. This blog introduces Flask–a micro framework for doing web development in Python. It also reviews “Instant Flask Web Development” book and port the sample application to OpenShift.

November 1, 2013 – Day 4: PredictionIO—How to A Build Blog Recommender. This blog talks about how you can use PredictionIO to build a blog recommender.

November 2, 2013 — Day 5: GruntJS—Let Someone Else Do My Tedious Repetitive Tasks. This blog talks about how we can let GruntJS perform tedious tasks on our behalf. It also covers how we can use grunt-markdown plugin to convert Markdown to HTML5.

November 3, 2013 — Day 6: Grails–Rapid JVM Web Development with Grails And OpenShift. This blog talks about how we can use Grails to build web application. Then we will deploy the application to OpenShift.

November 4, 2013 – Day 7: GruntJS LiveReload--Take Productivity To Another Level. This blog talks about how we can use GruntJS watch plugin and live reload functionality to achieve extreme productivity.

November 5, 2013 - Day 8: Harp--The Modern Static Web Server. This blog post will discuss the Harp web server and how to install and use it

November 6, 2103 - Day 9: TextBlob--Finding Sentiments in Text

November 7, 2103 - Day 10: PhoneGap--Mobile Development for the Dummies

November 8, 2013 - Day 11: AeroGear Push Server--Push Notifications Made Easy

November 9, 2013 - Day 12: OpenCV--Face Detection for Java Developers

November 10, 2013 - Day 13: DropWizard--The Awesome Java REST Server Stack

November 11, 2013 - Day 14: Stanford NER--How To Setup Your Own Name, Entity, and Recognition Server in the Cloud

November 12, 2013 - Day 15: Meteor--Building a Web App From Scratch in Meteor

November 13, 2013 - Day 16: Goose Extractor--An Article Extractor That Just Works

November 14, 2013 - Day 17: JBoss Forge--Build and Deploy Java EE 6 AngularJS Applications using JBoss Forge and OpenShift

November 15, 2013 - Day 18: BoilerPipe--Article Extraction for Java Developers

November 16, 2013 - Day 19: Ember--The Missing EmberJS Tutorial

November 17, 2013 - Day 20: Stanford CoreNLP--Performing Sentiment Analysis of Twitter using Java

November 18, 2013 - Day 21: Docker--The Missing Tutorial

November 19, 2013 - Day 22: Developing Single Page Applications with Spring, MongoDB, and AngularJS

November 20, 2013 - Day 23: TimelineJS--Build Beautiful Timelines

November 21, 2013 - Day 24: Yeoman Ember--The Missing Tutorial

November 22, 2013 - Day 25: Tornado--Combining Tornado, MongoDB, and AngularJS to Build an App

November 23, 2013 - Day 26: TogetherJS--Let's Code Together

November 24, 2013 - Day 27: Restify--Build Correct REST Web Services in Node.js

November 25, 2013 - Day 28: OpenShift Eclipse Integration for Java Developers

November 26, 2013 - Day 29: Yeoman Chrome Generator--Write Your First Google Chrome Extension

November 27, 2013 - Day 30: Play Framework--A Java Developer Dream Framework


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Benjamin Dean's curator insight, November 30, 2013 10:24 AM
I love a good challenge...accepted!
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10 Videos Of Social Good Organizations Using Lean Startup Methods

10 Videos Of Social Good Organizations Using Lean Startup Methods | webDev | Scoop.it
Lean is in. If you need a primer for your startup, check out these 10 videos.

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Tutoriel NodeJS : Les e-mails

Grâce à ce tutoriel, vous pourrez utiliser NodeJS pour envoyer des e-mails


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Node.js vs. PHP

Node.js vs. PHP | webDev | Scoop.it

PHP is not going to disappear soon, but its position is being undermined even further by the nascent Node.js. When the Internet exploded in the 2000′s, PHP was the thing ”all the cool kids” did.

Over the years, PHP and its apps became vulnerable to security threats (e.g., SQL injections), lacked a centralized packaging registry (was Composer inspired by Node Package Manager?), had an inconsistent API and suffered from subpar performance. It’s easy to argue that there are better alternatives to PHP, for example Ruby on Rails and Django, however nothing is as approachable as Node.js.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Node.js, or who have heard of it but can’t quite grasp the concept, I like to say that it is functionally similar to the PHP + Apache or ASP + IIS stacks. Nowadays, it is also gaining momentum.

Many people, whether software engineers or entrepreneurs, are often faced with the decision: “What tech stack should I use?” In this article, I’ll try to compare PHP and Node.js using an apples-to-apples approach, looking at the question from different angles including:

* Syntax

* Context switch

* Modules
* Ecosystem
* Frameworks
* Real-time apps
* Database apps
* Third-party services apps
* Web servers
* Hosting
* Performance



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Entropic-Synergies's curator insight, September 19, 2013 4:06 AM

Seems an objective comparison

Agtunn Naymin's curator insight, October 8, 2013 3:45 AM

should try appserver.io is multithread PHP Server