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  • Using TypeScript with the MySQL Database

    TypeScript has emerged as a powerful environment for authoring web applications, providing significant improvements over standard JavaScript while remaining consistent with the language. In this article we'll explore in depth the details necessary to use TypeScript with Node.js, MySQL, and TypeORM to create a powerful solution for managing database access with server-side TypeScript.

  • Monitoring SRE's Golden Signals

    Golden signals are increasingly popular these days due to the rise of SRE. This article outlines what golden signals are, and how to monitor and use them in the context of various common services.

  • An Angular Wish List

    Angular is an excellent, full-featured JavaScript platform, but a stagnant framework is a dead framework. New features enhance functionality and provide new opportunities for developers to build wonderful apps. In this article, Eamon O'Tuathail makes suggestions on how to expand Angular's reach into new, exciting ways.

  • Improve Your Node.js App Throughput One Micro-optimization at a Time

    To improve the performance of a Node.js application that involves IO, you need to understand how your CPU cycles are spent and what is preventing higher degrees of parallelism in your application. In this article, Jorge Bay shares his insights on areas that cause throughput degradation and tips on how to boost performance.

  • Polymorphism of MVC-esque Web Architecture: Real Time Reactive Fulfillment

    The reactive ideal of the MVC architectural approach was diminished in web applications during the first two decades of the web age. Recent advancements have revitalized the reactive idea of the MVC architecture. In this article, Brent Chen and Victor Chen show how developers can leverage the dWMVC and pWMVC architectural paradigms to create real time reactive application behaviors.

  • Q&A with Intuit's Alex Balazs

    In this Q&A, Alex Balazs, VP Fellow Architect of Turbo Tax at Intuit tells us how they used Node.js to start to break apart the monolithic architecture of their legacy platform. Balazs talks about getting the people involved, the challenges they faced, and discusses how other large enterprises can benefit from their experience.

  • Q&A on Express.js with Evan Hahn

    When people talk about Node.js powering the back-end web, they're often actually talking about Express. Just as jQuery and other frameworks smooth over the XmlHttpRequest work in the browser, Express.js works to make the experience on the server just as easy. In this Q&A, author Evan Hahn provides more context on Express and where it's going.

  • A Rails Enthusiast’s take on MEAN.js

    John looks at AngularJS and the MEAN stack as an alternative to Ruby on Rails as a productive stack for building typical web applications.

  • Run .NET and Node.js code in-process with Edge.js

    Tomasz Janczuk has created Edge.js, which allows users to combine the power of .NET with Node.js. Curious about how to add non-blocking communication to your .NET project? Looking for a way to move computationally intensive code out of your Node thread? Janczuk's article provides a great starting point on how Edge works and the benefits it can bring to your next application.

  • Developing Motoric Games with HTML5 - The Making of VeloMaze

    In this article Raimo explains the challenges and the solutions he had to come up with, while building a motoric HTML5 game for the NodeKO contest. The technologies used in the game were: Node.js, express (serving static content), Socket.io (letting the client and server communicate, Sylvester.js (a vector library for the physics engine) and jQuery.

  • Node.js in Action: Interview and Book Excerpt

    Node.js in Action by Mike Cantelon and TJ Holowaychuk, is a book that tries to introduce the platform to web developers coming to Node from established technologies such as Ruby on Rails and PHP. Node.js is an elegant, server-side, JavaScript development environment suitable for scalable, high-performance web applications. Node supports a minimalist server-side JavaScript interface.

  • Multi-Process Node.js: Motivations, Challenges and Solutions

    Although Node.js doesn’t expose traditional threads or bother directly with issues like multiple-processor concurrency, these issue do arise in production environments. InfoQ has conducted a virtual panel with the creators of Node.js projects that deal with these concerns.

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