Any developer working on OS X can write CoffeeScript code which plays drum rhythms. (Solutions exist for other platforms but won't be within the scope of this talk.) Setup is simple and painless; results are instant. Find out how, with a simple overview of the ubiquitous music protocol MIDI, and the node-midi library which makes it easy.
Estelle Weyl, UI Engineer, Standardista.com
Derby is a full-stack MVC framework making it easy to write realtime, collaborative applications for Node.js and browsers. It provides shared server and client rendering, automatic data synchronization, and realtime conflict resolution. Derby makes it simple to write applications that load as fast as a search engine, are as interactive as a document editor, and work offline. http://derbyjs.com/
Unleash the Kraken! The power of Stream based development in node.js is powerful indeed, but when combined with functional programming techniques to transform and control the flow of your stream, they're absolutely unstoppable.
You'll never look at asynchronous coding in node the same way again.
Node.js makes creating scalable server-side applications easier than ever. However, node apps can take a little work to deploy with good performance and availability. Come learn how to properly deploy, monitor, and debug a production node app.
Strata is a streaming HTTP framework for node.js that preserves the high throughput and performance you get from non-blocking IO while providing you with a solid, modular base for building web apps. Strata places an emphasis on speed, throughput, maintainability, and ease of testing.
Released in April, Meteor is a set of new technologies for building
top-quality web apps in a fraction of the time, whether you're an
expert developer or just getting started. See the technology behind
synchronization, live page updates, and hot code pushes all come
together to make an extraordinary development experience.
We'll present tools and techniques for working with Node.js in production. Specifically, we'll be talking about post mortem debugging and performance analysis of Node programs. We'll cover real issues we've diagnosed using these tools (that would have been next to impossible with existing tools) and then present novel visualizations of runtime performance data.
As Node's popularity grows, the "Holy Grail of Web Development" is within reach -- writing application code once and executing it both on the server and in the browser! I will share lessons I've learned from building out the Drumkit.js code-sharing framework and show how we are using Node at Groupon to quickly build new Web applications with shared data models, view logic and request routing.
In this tutorial we are going to build a clustered chat server that
supports Socket.io. You'll learn how to build a real-time app that
scales, doesn't fall over and is easy to extend and add features to. There are lots of tutorials that will teach you how to throw together
some Node.js code. This tutorial isn't that.