Node News Friday, May 25
- Python Vs Node.js – Which is Better for Your Programming Needs?
- Hoplance projects: Internet Appliance Controller
- In the web and app development industry, the two programming languages that are ruling left and right are Python and NodeJS.
- There are lots of similarities between the two programming languages and both the programming languages can be used to achieve the same targets and goals in project development.
- You can scale your application to the multi-core system using Node.js but for most processor intensive applications, Python is the best choice.
- You will be hearing that people are moving from Python to Node.js, but you should also check the features of your projects and match them with the strengths of the programming language before beginning.
@freelancinggig: Python Vs Node.js – Which is Better for Your Programming Needs? https://t.co/3rJTFG8PBb #Python #PythonLessons… https://t.co/vfPpVcs6g9
- Client required module for control of their product, providing web interface and RESTful client for accessing cloud portal.
- In additon to communicating to cloud portal, the solution needed to interface to electronic circuitry via PWM, dig.
- I/O, I2C interfaces, local LCD display and web server syncronised to current state of device.
- Solution was based on ARM processor running Debian Linux, MEAN stack and SocketIO for broadcasting of status to remotely connecting browsers.
- Sails comes with blueprints that help jumpstart your app’s backend without writing any code.
- Sails is compatible with any front-end: Angular, React, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, custom hardware, or something else entirely.
- Since Sails translates incoming socket messages for you, they’re automatically compatible with every route in your Sails app.
- Sails offers commercial support to accelerate development and ensure best practices in your code.
@NodejsFramework: Sails.js 1.0: A Rails-esque MVC Framework for Node – https://t.co/OvFmVFVBPV #node #nodejs #angular #angularjs… https://t.co/PiFHS3S5W8
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