Node News Monday, July 2
- Native Extensions for Node.js – Node.js Collection – Medium
- A 6-Step-Guide for Contributing to the Node.js Core
- How to Install TypeScript and Node.js: TypeScript Tutorial for Beginners
- EmpireJS – New York City, September 20-21, 2018
- 8 Tips to Build Better Node.js Apps in 2018
- Developing Node.js applications in Docker
- What is React Node? – Learn React v.1
- We start initializing npm so that we can then install our dependencies: – npm init – Now, as we said, we install our dependencies: – npm i node-addon-api bindings – At this point we need to create our C file with our logic: – This file has three important parts…
- To get started, head over to the official Node.js repository, located at and fork the project to your Github account.
- After setting up , you can run the following command once in a while to get the latest commit from the official Node.js repository: – – Now you have the project cloned in the right way, so it is time to build the binary of Node.js locally!
- Once it finishes, you can run your locally built Node.js using: – – More information on supported platforms and building the project can be found here: if you would write a test case for HTTP requests, probably you would name them something like this: .
- Let’s take a look at the following example taken from the Node.js project on how a test file should look like: – – To run the tests, you can: – – To test internal modules, you have to require them in your test cases.
- More information on writing tests can be found here: of the time of this writing, there are 563 open issues in the Node.js project.
@RisingStack: Contribute to the Node.js Core. This article helps you land your first commit! https://t.co/DflWlY5MM9
@designdripsin: How to Install TypeScript and Node.js: TypeScript Tutorial for Beginners https://t.co/UkSNXKEM0b https://t.co/RgWGCoVIsG
- If you have any questions about what we’re looking for, or you’re just needing a little encouragement for your submission, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org – – We are also committed to ensuring the conference is a place where ideas are exchanged, old friends get together, new friends…
- Finding a buddy or two to help you edit your abstract and eventually your talk, will allow for you to get great feedback and perspective to make your talk even better.
- We also like to balance new and seasoned speakers so that we are injecting new life into the conference speaking circuit by featuring great new people.
- We work to make sure the perspectives that are important for all of us to grow as kind, welcoming, intentional techies are represented at EmpireJS on stage as speakers, as organizers, and as emcees.
- Every review group for every conference can tell you that every year they have to turn down great talks they wanted to see because there are limited hours in a day.
@NodejsNewz: Live in the New York City area? CFPs for @EmpireJS are open 🎉 Info on how to submit here: https://t.co/WFr9cyi5fj… https://t.co/eUbxgcoWLG
@RisingStack: 8 tips that @Nodejs developers should follow in 2018: https://t.co/rAqDX9jR3i
@arvindr21: Developing Node.js applications in Docker https://t.co/ueeyxThdqF
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