Heroku | 10 Habits of a Happy Node Hacker (2016)

In History & Futures, Javascript, Node by bchesley0 Comments

SimplifyTech predictions are famously inaccurate, but I’ll make one here for the upcoming year. I predict that 2016 will be the year of simplification in JavaScript.A growing group of developers are simplifying their architectures already. Instead of monolithic MVCs with big frameworks, they’re building apps with static frontends, which can be served over CDN, with a Node.js API for dynamic …

Connect Framework

In Frameworks, Node by bchesley0 Comments

Newcomers to NodeJS typically find its API difficult to grasp. Luckily, many developers have created frameworks that make it easier to work with Node. Connect is one such framework. It sits on top of Node’s API and draws the line between comfort and control. via Meet the Connect Framework – Tuts+ Code Tutorial. https://github.com/senchalabs/connect