Edge.js Adds Support for Linux and Mac OS X So C# and Node.js Can Run Anywhere
Now by supporting Mono, new Edge.js version 0.8.0 offers developers working on non-Microsoft platforms the same convenience and flexibility. This allows C# code to do the heavy lifting for a Node.js application. This also allows developers the ability to develop on one platform and deploy to a different one.
Edge.js on Microsoft platforms is not limited to just C#, as it also supports interoperability with F#, Python via IronPython, T-SQL, and PowerShell. It is possible for Edge.js to support additional languages through a CLR 4.0 assembly.
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