node.js forever on the raspberry

Running node.js as a testing environment, including forever, before I push any projects to one of my servers, seemed like a very good idea. Yesterday I found out that if you try to run forever with the nodejs package from the apt repository in raspbian wheezy, you’re gonna have a bad time: Continue reading “node.js forever on the raspberry”

Installing and running node.js on Mac OS X

Since node.js is the new cool kid on the block, I want to write a really short introduction how to install it on Mac OS X and start playing with it.
Exploring technologies is something I try to fit in my everyday, that’s why I’m choosing the verb playing. This little and quick guide is really more for everyone who has more experience with PHP than with ruby or python. I don’t even want to talk to you ruby on rails people, you know how all this stuff works, shoo! Continue reading “Installing and running node.js on Mac OS X”

running locomotive.js with node-dev

Right now I’m spending a lot of hours getting to know node.js and it’s an amazing new world. However, I tripped over a little stepping stone on the way to enlightenment. Currently I’m experimenting with the locomotive.js MVC framework and I wanted to run it with node-dev, a little command line application, that automatically restarts the node server whenever a file in the application has been changed. Continue reading “running locomotive.js with node-dev”