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Node.js CSV version 4 - re-writing and performance

Node.js CSV version 4 - re-writing and performance

Categories: Node.js | Tags: CLI, CSV, Data Engineering, Refactoring, Release and features

Today, we release a new major version of the Node.js CSV parser project. Version 4 is a complete re-writing of the project focusing on performance. It also comes with new functionalities as well as…

By David WORMS

Nov 19, 2018

A simple connect middleware to transpile CoffeeScript files

A simple connect middleware to transpile CoffeeScript files

Categories: Hack, Node.js | Tags: CoffeeScript, Node.js, Tools

This new module called connect-coffee-script is a Connect middleware used to serve JavaScript files written in CoffeeScript. This middleware is to be used by connect or any Connect compatible…

By David WORMS

Jul 4, 2014

Catch 'uncaughtException' error in your mocha test

Catch 'uncaughtException' error in your mocha test

Categories: Node.js | Tags: DevOps, JavaScript, Mocha, Unit tests

This isn’t the first time I faced this situation. Today, I finally found the time and energy to look for a solution. In your mocha test, let’s say you need to test an expected “uncaughtException…

By David WORMS

Oct 27, 2013

Node CSV version 0.2.1

Node CSV version 0.2.1

Categories: Node.js | Tags: CoffeeScript, CSV, Release and features, Streaming

After the announcement of the version 0.2.0 of the Node.js CSV parser at the begining of october, we are releasing today a new version 0.2.1. This is mostly a bug fix release with enhanced…

By David WORMS

Jul 24, 2012

Node CSV version 0.1 and future developments

Node CSV version 0.1 and future developments

Categories: Node.js | Tags: CoffeeScript, CSV, Markdown, Release and features, Streaming

The Node CSV parser has just reach version 0.1 which close the 0.0.x releases. Started almost 2 years ago, the project has received a tremendous amount of participation in the form of bug reports…

By David WORMS

Jul 21, 2012

Asynchronous array iteration in Node.js with Each

Asynchronous array iteration in Node.js with Each

Categories: Node.js | Tags: Asynchronous, CoffeeScript, JavaScript, Release and features

Control flow in Node.js is the sort of library for which almost all the developers have created and publish their own libraries. They usually aim at reducing spaghetti codes made of deep callbacks. I…

By David WORMS

Jul 18, 2012

Node CSV version 0.2 with streaming API

Node CSV version 0.2 with streaming API

Categories: Node.js | Tags: CSV, Data Engineering, Markdown, Node.js, Streaming

The Node CSV parser in its version 0.2 has just been released. This version is a major enhancement as it aligned the parser with the best Node.js practice in respect of streams. The CSV parser behave…

By David WORMS

Jul 2, 2012

Java versus JS fun, a quote from the Node.js mailing list

Java versus JS fun, a quote from the Node.js mailing list

Categories: Node.js | Tags: Java, JavaScript, Node.js

I just read that one on the mailing list. I found it relevant enough to share it with those who did not subscribe to it: First Lothar Pfeiler: I still wonder, if it’s cool to have such a big…

By David WORMS

Feb 23, 2012

A fresh look at testing Node.js projects: Mocha, Should and Travis

A fresh look at testing Node.js projects: Mocha, Should and Travis

Categories: DevOps & SRE, Node.js | Tags: CI/CD, DevOps, JavaScript, Mocha, Node.js, Unit tests

Today, I finally decided to spend some time around Travis. It’s been a few weeks since that little green image on top of many GitHub homepages has been buzzing me. Well, to be totally honest, this isn…

By David WORMS

Feb 19, 2012

Coffee script, how do I debug that damn js line?

Coffee script, how do I debug that damn js line?

Categories: Hack, Node.js | Tags: CoffeeScript, Debug, JavaScript, Node.js

Update April 12th, 2012: Pull request adding error reporting to CoffeeScript with line mapping Chances are that, if you code in CoffeeScript, you often find yourself facing a JavaScript exception…

By David WORMS

Feb 15, 2012

Announcing Mecano, a set of functions for system deployment

Announcing Mecano, a set of functions for system deployment

Categories: DevOps & SRE, Node.js | Tags: Automation, CoffeeScript, Infrastructure, JavaScript, Open source

Update July 2016, Mecano is now renamed Nikita. We are releasing Node Mecano on GitHub which gather common functions used while deploying systems. The idea was to group those functions into a…

By David WORMS

Feb 12, 2012

OS module on steroids with the SIGAR Node binding

OS module on steroids with the SIGAR Node binding

Categories: Node.js | Tags: C++, CPU, File system, Metrics, Monitoring, Network

Today we are announcing the first release of the Node binding to the SIGAR library. Visit the project website or the source code repository on GitHub. SIGAR is a cross platform interface for gathering…

By David WORMS

Jan 11, 2012

Node HBase, a NodeJs client for Apache HBase

Node HBase, a NodeJs client for Apache HBase

Categories: Big Data, Node.js | Tags: Big Data, Node.js, REST, HBase

HBase is a “column familly” database from the Hadoop ecosystem built on the model of Google BigTable. HBase can accommodate very large volumes of data (tera or peta) while maintaining high…

By David WORMS

Nov 1, 2010

Node.js, JavaScript on the server side

Node.js, JavaScript on the server side

Categories: Front End, Node.js | Tags: HTTP, JavaScript, Node.js, Server

Waiting for the Next Big Language (NBL for Next Big Language), this is now 3 years or more since I predict to my customers a bright future for JavaScript as a programming language for server…

By David WORMS

Jun 12, 2010

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