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Installing React Native on Windows

Friday, 3 November 2016

Couple of years back creating a mobile app was difficult. It had multiple constraints like device type(wearables, tab or mobile), platform(iOS or Android), OS versions. To cover all types of devices and platforms different versions of the app needed to be created. The biggest concern was programming in two different languages, mainly Java and Objective -C. But now we have React Native. Using which we can create android as well as IOS apps just by coding in JavaScript, HTML and CSS format.

This blog post is a tutorial is step by step guide to install react native on Windows machine.


What's New in Node 6?

Friday, 24 November 2016

explain the current release lines of Node and outline the new improvements to Node 6. Follow along, and you'll get to go in depth with case studies of new ES6 features and guidance on when to upgrade.

19 things I learnt reading the NodeJS docs

Sunday, 13 November 2016

This article talks about lesser known parts of the nodeJS, which can help us while working with nodeJS.

What I learned from analysing 1.65M versions of Node.js modules in NPM

Friday, 23 June 2016

NPM and open source modules are one of Node.js’ greatest strengths — and also one of it’s greatest weaknesses. took it upon to explore how the NPM really works on a granular level and at scale. It turned out there was a lot to discover.

Awesome Node.js

Wednesday, 3 Feburary 2016

A curated list of delightful Node.js packages and resources.

Getting your C++ to the Web with Node.js

Saturday, 1 January 2016

This post is kicking off a series dedicated to showing you how to take your legacy (or new) C/C++ code to the web by integrating it with Node.js.

Simple Guide to Finding a JavaScript Memory Leak in Node.js

Friday, 31 December 2015

Memory leak occurs in JavaScript when some no-longer-needed-data is still reachable from the root node. V8 will assume that the data is still being used and will not release the memory. In order to debug a memory leak we need to locate the data that is being kept by mistake, and make sure V8 is able to clean it up.

Home Automation with Node.js and RasperryPi

undefined, 30 January 2016

Building your own home automation system has never been easier with Node 4.x landing with ARM support.

node-tap version 4.0 released

Wednesday, 30 December 2015

A TAP test framework for Node.js. It includes a command line test runner for consuming TAP-generating test scripts, and a JavaScript framework for writing such scripts.

match-when - Pattern matching for JavaScript

Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Finally a clear, succinct and safe syntax to do Pattern Matching in modern JavaScript.