Tag Archives: IO.js

A Simple Web Server in Node.js with a MariaDB Backend


Follow the steps given below to implement a simple web server in Node.js that, upon receiving a request, reads a list of databases from an underlying MariaDB server and returns a list of them as the web response. I actually built a more complicated “RESTful” version of this server in a previous post, but upon […]

https://thiscouldbebetter.wordpress.com/2015/08/21/a-simple-web-server-in-node-js-with-a-mariadb-backend/

A Simple Web Server in Node.js with a MariaDB Backend


Follow the steps given below to implement a simple web server in Node.js that, upon receiving a request, reads a list of databases from an underlying MariaDB server and returns a list of them as the web response. I actually built a more complicated “RESTful” version of this server in a previous post, but upon […]

https://thiscouldbebetter.wordpress.com/2015/08/21/a-simple-web-server-in-node-js-with-a-mariadb-backend/

Important security upgrades for NodeJS and io.js


via Important security upgrades for node.js and io.js — Node & JavaScript — Medium.

Critical security releases for node.js and io.js

PM2: Production process manager for NodeJS / io.js applications.


via Unitech/PM2 · GitHub.

PM2 is a production process manager for Node.js / io.js applications with a built-in load balancer. It allows you to keep applications alive forever, to reload them without downtime and to facilitate common system admin tasks.

Podcast: The io.js Roadmap


via The Web Platform Podcast : 40: The io.js Roadmap.

Resources

PIGATO: An high-performance microservices framework for NodeJS and Io.js


via prdn/pigato · GitHub.

PIGATO aims to offer an high-performance, reliable, scalable and extensible service-oriented framework supporting multiple programming languages: Node.js/Io.js and Ruby.

Node Roundup: 0.10.37 and io.js 1.5.1, Node and Real-time Finance, comws


via DailyJS: Node Roundup: 0.10.37 and io.js 1.5.1, Node and Real-time Finance, comws.

Node 0.10.37 was released on Saturday. This updates uv, domains, buffer, console, v8, and http. The uv update fixes a security issue which allowed attackers to gain elevated privileges due to the way setuid and setgid were used.

io.js 1.5.1 also came out last week. The blog post has some useful community updates, including a talk by Tony Pujals about the future of io.js.

There’s also an npm weekly post about fixes for npm shrinkwrap --dev, changes to shrinkwrap in npm 3, and a screencast by Ben Clinkinbeard about using npm link.