100,000+ hits on TechnoBeans

Thanks guys for your overwhelming responses to my blogs over the last couple of years.. Technobeans has managed to get 100,000+ hits and credit goes to you all who viewed and referred the content to your friends, and colleagues. While this is great milestone, I wish you guys continue to look forward to more blogs, …

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Express for Node.js

Express is a simple web application framework for building hybrid web applications. You can render web pages, generate  customized responses and create user-friendly APIs quickly with ease. It just fits the trade with Node.js. This post covers the installation and hello world example: Installation: buntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo npm install express express@3.1.0 node_modules/express ├── methods@0.0.1 ├── fresh@0.1.0 …

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Installing Node.js on Ubuntu

I would continue explaining more about Node.js, but for all those folks who do things and understand them, here's the way to install Node.js on Ubuntu machines.. You need to first install necessary packages like git-core and libssl-dev sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install g++ curl libssl-dev apache2-utils sudo apt-get install git-core Download the latest …

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Node.js

This is an introduction post to node.js.. Node.js is an event driven, non blocking (async) I/O style software that is used to develop server side implementations. (If you're a Python fan, it's like programming in Twisted!). It's also built on Google's V8 JavaScript engine. Like other event driven servers, Node.js, runs an event loop and …

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