NPM must be one of the most invaluable tools for various issues with the NPM registry lately. One thing is clear: running the NPM registry is not easy and requires a lot of administration time, effort and money. It is for this reason that , the party who runs the NPM registry, has launched a funding campaign to improve the NPM registry infrastructure .users. It's used by tons of users all around the world every second. But there have been
…Node code and can be copy-and-pasted and run on your own computer (assuming you have the appropriate NPM modules installed).
I should note that this isn't the end-all-and-be-al of Node stream education: There is still a lot to learn with regard to error handling, back pressure, and all the intricate stream concepts that exist. I hope to write some more on these concepts some day.
With that being said here are some good examples of some of the actions that you can do:
Copying a File …
§ If there was any doubt NPM rocks, here come Peer Dependencies .
§ Interesting. PeerJS: A . in using WebRTC
§ PBS's . From Fairchild to Valley and the moon.
§ "I made a few adjustments ..." from the …
§ npm-research is a nice little utility to help you research NPM packages.
§ Martin Smith :
There are few things more guaranteed in a designer's life than that after naming a file ‘final' you'll then have to create ‘final-002′...
…code. Our command line deployment tool is currently installed as agem rather than an NPM package.
… Deploying a with NPM Dependencies
* Getting Started with Cloud Foundry Using a Node.js and DB Application
Sinatra is a lean and mean framework for serving upweb applications. It instantly provides a great way to build web services or other clean web applications with Ruby. Sinatra happens to be one of my personal favorites and having a super clean app deployed via is just wicked awesome! …
listings of useful NPM projects, super useful.
Travis VMs includes Node 0.4.8 and NPM 1.0.12 . You can use these to build and test your project. Add the following line to .travis.yml :
1 2 before_script: "npm install --dev" script: "npm test"
The first command installs the project's runtime and development dependencies (listed as devDependencies …
The first, and biggest reason that I love npm is that it's not loaded at runtime. You never need to require(‘npm') for your library to function. This is in stark contrast to ruby libraries, where nearly every one of them requires.
Girls go geek Interesting post from Fog Creek about gender in followed by a Science with one …