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Understanding MapReduce in MongoDB, with Node.js, PHP (and Drupal)

Understanding MapReduce in MongoDB, with Node.js, PHP (and Drupal) | NodeJS | Scoop.it
Ben Buckman, freelance Drupal developer, founder of New Leaf Digital.

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nodejs-code's curator insight, January 18, 2013 2:52 AM

MongoDB's query language is good at extracting whole documents or whole elements of a document, but on its own it can't pull specific items from deeply embedded arrays, or calculate relationships between data points, or calculate aggregates.

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Custom Reporting using Google Analytics and Google Docs - The Ultimate Analytics Mashup

Custom Reporting using Google Analytics and Google Docs - The Ultimate Analytics Mashup | NodeJS | Scoop.it

Realtime Google Analytics data inside a Google Doc— This will show you how to create a custom report by connecting a Google Spreadsheet directly with your data from Google Analytics. When data is available directly in a spreadsheet you're able to make interesting comparisons, create the dashboard of your dreams, or chart data however you'd like. And the only requirement is that you have Analytics setup for your website. I've created a simple Google Spreadsheet template that makes the whole thing easy.


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Using the async node.js library to get twitter content in a parallel

Quick test: setup the node.js to pull the contents from twitter in a parallel, and parse the json data back...


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How to make your first Node.js pull request

If you use open source and github you are probably used to creating issues and having them magically solved for you. You just npm install a new version and the issue is gone. Great right?


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Node.js Messaging Server (Part 3)

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Part 2 was introduction to Node.js and Socket.io. In this Part we will develop Twitter like functionality using Node.js and Socket.io to load new messages without requesting or pooling the server. I have given enough introduction to what we are going to develop in this part. Those who want to review can read the third paragraph from Part 2.


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Hardening node.js for production part 3: zero downtime deployments with nginx

Below I’ll talk about deploying new node.js code for a HTTP server without ever suffering downtime. This is part of our series on hardening node.js for production use in the Silly Face Society – see part 1 and part 2.


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Scaling Node.js Applications

Scaling Node.js applications can be a challenge. JavaScript's single threaded nature prevents Node from taking advantage of modern multi-core machines. For example, the following code implements a ...

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Felix's Node.js Style Guide


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nodejs-code's curator insight, March 27, 2013 11:47 AM

There is no official document that governs the style of node.js applications. This guide is my opinionated attempt to bring you a good set of instructions that will allow you to create beautiful and consistent software.

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Realtime Analytics with Storm and Hadoop

Storm + Hadoop @nathanmarz 1 (Realtime Analytics with Storm and Hadoop http://t.co/7zy01bD34s)

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Real-Time Analytics With Storm and Esper

Real-Time Analytics With Storm and Esper: Thomas Dudziak:
At work, we recently started using Esper1 for realtime analytics, and so far we quite like Esper. It is a great tool at what it does – running queries continuously over data.
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A Simple Introduction to Behavior Driven Development in NodeJS with Mocha

I recently had a chance to get familiar with the Mocha test framework for NodeJS and wanted to provide a really simple introduction to it. Assuming you have node and npm installed, you'll want to install mocha as a global npm module, which means using the -g flag.


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Querying MySQL with Node.js

connecting node.js with the mysql database tutorial, mysql with nodejs...

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» Production Deployment with node.js

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I was asked recently how to deploy actionHero to production. Initially, my naive answer was to simply suggest the use of forever, but that was only a partial solution. Forever is a great package which acts as a sort of Deamon-izer for your projects.


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Hadoop Word Count Streaming Example with Node.js - rabrown.net


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nodejs-code's curator insight, January 4, 2013 10:13 AM

This is a Hadoop streaming example MapReduce program implemented with Node.js.  It is based on the example from Michael G. Noll that can be found here.

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Websockets Over SSL: HAProxy, Node.js, Nginx


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nodejs-code's curator insight, March 15, 2013 11:15 AM

A little while back I bemoaned the state of server technology for secure websockets, as I was at the time putting in work on a Socket.io side project that needed to be HTTPS only. In due course that led a later post to outline a server setup that involved Stunnel and Varnish as the frontend proxies. It was a little Rube Goldberg, but worked nonetheless.

 
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This is my test of scoop

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Test-Driven Node.js Development with Grunt - Mark Dalgleish

One of the great things about working in a Node.js environment is that it encourages you to break your work down into discrete modules. Separating …

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