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Managing the Asynchronous Nature of Node.js | Nettuts+

Managing the Asynchronous Nature of Node.js | Nettuts+ | NodeJs | Scoop.it
Node.js allows you to create apps fast and easily. But due to its asynchronous nature, it may be hard to write readable and manageable code. In this article.

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Forcing Garbage Collection with Node.js and V8

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I'm in the middle of looking for some memory leaks at the moment, in order to isolate them I wanted to confirm exactly how much memory was being used by a given line of code after garbage collectio...

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Parsing Code In A Search Engine With Node.js

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In my last article I presented a simple tool for discovering senior developers from source code history, which imports Git history into a search engine. This lets you do searches like “who is our Sharepoint expert,” or “who fixed all our Oracle problems.” There are a few code search products that handle similiar problems, e.g. Krugle,Github, and Fisheye, however they tend to be focused on who made specific changes, rather than finding out who ran a project.

Version control history typically shows file changes using text diffs – in theory we could instead reconstruct a file before and after a change, then compare the parse trees instead. This is impractical in the general case, and if you read on I’ll show how to handle this correctly.

These results can be obtained from commit history, which includes metadata for commits (e.g. the author and commit comments), as well as the actual changes.


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Koa - next generation web framework for node.js


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Michael Bruyninckx's curator insight, January 12, 2014 2:40 AM

new from the makers of "express"

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Node Js in ASP.NET MVC 4 in IIS 8 Windows 8.1 - CodeProject

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How to merge Node JS into IIS 8 under ASP.NET MVC 4 web application; Author: lizhong huang; Updated: 17 Nov 2013; Section: ASP.NET; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 17 Nov 2013


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