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  • History of Node.js on a Timeline | @RisingStack
    • A look back at what exactly happened to Node.js so far, from the point where it was born. The history of Node.js on a timeline: 2009-2018
    • Battery Ventures Open, important open-source project, Source Software Index, comments section, Node.js milestones
    • data, database, user, dom ready section, page
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    • This video provides a quick look at what’s covered in the “Integrating Angular with Node.js RESTful Services” course by Dan Wahlin. For more details on the c…
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  • Weve been publishing articles on Node.js for over 4 years now, so we thought itd be interesting to look back at what exactly happened to Node.js so far, from the point where it was born until Today.
  • This is the history of Node.js on a timeline, from 2009 until now (March 2018): – – The number of contributors grew to 1500, and Node reached more than 40,000 stars on GitHub.
  • According to the The Battery Ventures Open Source Software Index, Node is the 4th most important open-source project!

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