Some notes, tips and tricks for Node.js, modules, methods and coding and debugging tips and techniques. In fairness, Node.js does have a Wiki on Github . This is in many ways as good as / better than/ complementary with this Wiikia wiki - it is the "Official word" on Node.js technical issues. This Wilia page is more for community support, capturing of FAQs from the #nodejs IRC channel, pimping or starting projects, and general outreach.
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- Core Documentation : admittedly, this is a regurgitation of the Node.js 0.4.5 documentation - the difference is, like the PHP docs, you can drop questions, annotate, and expand on them...
- Models : ways to store data in Node.js
- Modules : popular github repos/NPM modules for extending your Node applicaiton
- FAQ : Questions with Node. (Note: if you have a problem with a specific module, GitHub Issues are the best way to get it resolved. This is more of a "conceptual" FAQ or Cookbook.)
- Installing Node - though the official wiki is the "Last word" on installation issues, our page will feature more community tips and tricks on Node installation issues based on the IRC channel.
- Node Projects : Work beign done on Node.js
- Learning Node : Community Resources. (such as the IRC channel #node.js, on freenode.net)
- SF Node Meetup : links and resources: links, presentations, and other "after party favors" for the SF Node.js meetup.
- Cookbook : solutions to common tasks
- Node Releases: the official changelog can be found Here .
Feel free to pimp your github, drop questions, add articles, or shamelessly plug your node based enterprise.
Primary Source Web PagesEdit
- The Node.js Homepage
- Joyent , Node's corporate sponsor
- HowToNode , best articles on Node.js
- Express.js website
- The San Francisco Node.js Meetup
- Node Beginner