This is a very informative post about writing and understanding Angular's directives feature.
Available in Chrome Dev build, we can now foward a localhost development to a mobile device with devtools configuration only (no command line what so ever).
A good read of how to avoid conditionals in your js code - a good oop read.
React is a new open source project by facebook & instagram.
It's an interesting attempt of yet another mv* concept for building UI with JS.
Features: github pages & heroku integration, themes, plugins and more.
for all of you starwars fans, this is an example of using css3 only for a very cool effect.
example for leveraging backbone's power with nodejs power to achieve real time interaction between server and client.
With Polymer, Google has taken a new approach in moving the web forward.
From the website: "Polymer is a new type of library for the web, built on top of Web Components, and designed to leverage the evolving web platform on modern browsers."
For anyone who is familiar with Angular's Directives, Polymer will feel the same - it aims to bridge the gap between the future of ECMA script with Shadow Dom's and Web Components to modren browsers that have not implemented this feature yet.
If you using forever to ensuring that a given script runs continuously you probably know that there is no option to check if specific app is already running or not.
simplest solution we are using is simply to grep the 'forever list'
>> forever list | grep $APP_FILE | wc -l | sed -e 's/1/App Running/' | sed -e 's/0/App not started/'
Additional tip: When starting monitoring with forever use full path to your server.js file.