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40+ Resources for the Node.js Developer

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I am preparing to give a Brown Bag session on Node.js.

Here are some notes:

Main WebSite

Node.JS on OpenShift

Getting Started with Node.JS on OpenShift

On Windows 7, OpenShift requires CygWin and you must run from that CLI.

rhc app create –a NodeJSBrownBag –t nodejs-0.6
rhc app cartridge add –a NodeJSBrownBag –c mongodb-2.0
rhc app cartridge list
git commit –a –m “Added some source code”
git push

My existing NodeJS demo app in progress.

OpenShift / Red Hat Cloud Notes:

Add Cartridges for NodeJS, Mongo, … from the openshift website 

Web Dev Framework for Node.JS

Node Debugger

Node Inspector / Web Debugger for NodeJS

BDD for Node (Vows)

Expresso TDD for Node

Unit Test Runner


Tracking NodeJS Modules

Node.JS and MongoDB for Beginners
Heroku + Node.js + MongoDB (not for free heroku)

Getting Started with MongoDB and Node.JS

Getting Started with Node.js on Heroku

Free Guide to Node.JS

Node.JS Tutorial

Node.JS Docs



Node Manual

From Java to NodeJS

Planet NodeJS

Nide Node.js IDE for CLI

VJET IDE for Eclipse

Install in Your Eclipse Using:

TypeLibs for VJET

node.js News

node.js Patterns

JavaScript Checker

JAKE Build Tool for Node.JS

Node.JS Video

Node Guide

Master Node.JS Book

3rd Party Modules

HighKick Test Runner

Async Spell Checker

Node Podcast


Stack for Linux and VMWare

Node.Js Everywhere

Web Services 2.0 on Node

There’s a CoffeeScript module.

Yahoo Mojito Ontop of NodeJs

NodeJS News


Twitter Client

JQuery for the Server

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