— Eric Gunawan (@erricgunawan) August 6, 2017
Finally finish watching this after being aired more than 1 year 😂
Tom Greco gives you an overview of three CMS solutions built on Node.js: KeystoneJS, Pencilblue, and Apostrophe.
Meet with the new players. Before only know Ghost.
A quick guide on how to set up Nodejs and run the hello node application. We will also write our own http server that runs and node.
Finally! It’s a start. Looking forward to another (done) tutorial. ????
Nice explanation of NodeJS. Simple, yet complex.
Now that’s why the leap versions:
2015 saw the political squabbles surrounding Node end with the merging of the io.js fork. This meant Node.js v0.12 could be superseded by Node.js v4.0 in September. Yes, that’s a jump of three whole versions because io.js had reached version 3.0 and couldn’t go backward.
And this is so true ????
Do you remember the carefree days when web development only required a browser, a text editor and an FTP client? Today you need Node.js, Gulp/Grunt, git, static HTML generators, Sass compilers, Autoprefixer, minifiers, uglifiers, linters, BrowserSync and a range of other build tools to create a basic “Hello World” page.
These five articles were the most-read posts of 2015.
Only one is not a compilation articles. And it’s about Node.js. And it’s the one not on the reading list before. Well, added already anyway.
Source: SitePoint’s Top 5 Posts of 2015
I asked front-end developers to fill in a survey about their their knowledge and usage patterns across a number of front-end tools. Check out the results.
Surprisingly, Gulp is used more than Grunt. Time to change, too? Or just stick with Grunt? And this “module bundler” seems like things to catch. Never used/heard before.
We know that many of our subscribers are busy people and have limited time available for online learning. So we’ve created a new type of video content, called the “Coffee Break Course”, that’s designed to be consumed in a single sitting. In the first one, you’ll learn how to automate web development workflow tasks, using only your `package.json` file. | Tags: DevOps, NPM, Node.js, Workflow, Unit Tests
Finally creating Envato Tuts+ account. Just for the sake grabbing this said Free Course ????
But wonder, after two weeks, will those course still be viewable (after added to “My Course”). We’ll see about that … ????