in this world of trouble, we put Node.js to the test.“
Adapted from a popular song by John Miles
jQuery had delivered a brand new way to look at a page, its events and its DOM. Netscape 4 (and MSIE 4, 5 and 6) were a memory of the past. Apparently, things had changed a lot also on the language side.
I looked at those scripts and, honestly, I could not make sense of them. Way too many things had changed.
Thanks heaven I found a good book that put me back on track (a high-level track, but nevertheless…):
This is a book that I warmly recommend, but brace for things like:
Node.js was born and it is growing progressively popular, as the impressive line of corporate adopters demonstrates.
The ScientiaMobile team can clearly see the value that Node.js delivers and, today, we are proud to announce the addition of a Node.js Cloud Client to the arsenal of tool we offer to our customers.
As usual, the Node.js client can be applied to our free Cloud Offering too. Developers who want to play around with the new Node.js client can register on our site and sign up for free Cloud Usage.