Category Archives: nodejs

Beginner’s Guide to Node.js (Server-side JavaScript)

Beginner’s Guide to Node.js (Server-side JavaScript). Creating a HTTP Server Now it’s time to create a “Hello World” via web server using Node.js. Here’s what we are going to do – we create a server that outputs a “Hello World” … Continue reading

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Useful Node.js Tools, Tutorials And Resources

Useful Node.js Tools, Tutorials And Resources Socket.IO Socket.IO is a cross-browser Web socket that aims to make real-time apps possible in every browser and mobile device, blurring the distinctions between the various transport mechanisms. It’s care-free real time, in JavaScript. … Continue reading

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6 Must Have Node.js Modules

6 Must Have Node.js Modules cradle: A high-level, caching, CouchDB library for Node.js findit: Walk a directory tree in node.js node_redis: Redis client for node node-static: RFC2616 compliant HTTP static-file server module, with built-in caching. optimist: Light-weight option parsing for … Continue reading

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Using NodeJs to render JavaScript charts on the server

Using NodeJs to render JavaScript charts on the server var $ = window.jQuery, Highcharts = window.Highcharts, document = window.document, $container = $(‘<div id=”container” />’), chart; $container.appendTo(document.body); chart = new Highcharts.Chart({ chart: { defaultSeriesType: chartType, renderTo: $container[0], renderer: ‘SVG’, width: width, … Continue reading

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