The Linux Foundation is offering a free, edX-based “introduction to Node.js” course that starts today.
JOSS (JS Open Serialization Scheme) is an interesting new serialization format that tackles data JSON can’t handle (e.g. ArrayBuffer, BigInt, regexes..) It works in both static and streaming mode and there are reference implementations for browsers and Node. Here’s a blog post about it.
Building a Real-Time Webapp with Node and Socket.io — Want to create an app that does real-time data synchronization across multiple machines without introducing a third-party service like Pusher or Firebase? This is the first in a three part series but cuts to the heart of the matter.
One Developer’s Contribution to Node.js Core — Jarrod had long been keen to contribute to a large open source project like Node but, like most, found it daunting to figure out how. This brief piece touches on what he contributed, what resources he read to learn more, and how his code landed in the project.
Raw Node.js Release Data — I can’t immediately think of a use for this, but maybe such data would be useful to you. It includes things like version numbers, architectures, dates, and whether releases are LTS or not.
#479 — March 23, 2023 Read on the Web 🔒 npm Granular Access Tokens Now Generally Available — The granular access token feature on the npm registry is now generally available, allowing you to restrict Read more…
#478 — March 16, 2023 Read on the Web Shell-Free Scripts with Execa 7.1 — Execa is a popular process execution library for Node and the latest version includes an interesting 1$ method feature for Read more…