npmawesome: get your networking on with ssh2

This is a guest post from Alex Gorbatchev over at npmawesome.com. Nodejitsu loved what npmawesome.com was doing and is now supporting the project. ssh2 (GitHub: mscdex/ssh2, License: MIT) by Brian White is the module for SSH networking in Node.js and is written completely in JavaScript. If…

npmawesome: determine true mime type with mmmagic

This is a guest post from Alex Gorbatchev over at npmawesome.com. Nodejitsu loved what npmawesome.com was doing and is now supporting the project. mmmagic (GitHub: mscdex/mmmagic, License: MIT) by Brian White is an async libmagic binding for Node.js for detecting content types by actually doing data…

npmawesome: guess text language with franc

This is a guest post from Alex Gorbatchev over at npmawesome.com. Nodejitsu loved what npmawesome.com was doing and is now supporting the project. franc (GitHub: wooorm/franc, License: MIT) by Titus Wormer exists to answer one question - what language is this string written in? And no, this…

Customer Case Study: Condé Nast chooses private npm from Nodejitsu to power Vanity Fair, GQ, and more

Can't wait? Download the full Case Study at nodejitsu.com. Condé Nast was an early customer for Nodejitsu private npm. They have built an absolutely stellar Node.js team that is helping to reshape technology for brands including Vanity Fair, GQ, and Condé Nast Traveler. Modernizing their delivery infrastructure for…

npmawesome: function queue with adjustable concurrency

This is a guest post from Alex Gorbatchev over at npmawesome.com. Nodejitsu loved what npmawesome.com was doing and is now supporting the project. queue (GitHub: jessetane/queue; License: MIT) by Jesse Tane is a 130 line implementation of asynchronous function queue with adjustable concurrency. This allows your to…

npmawesome: roll your own middleware with ware

This is a guest post from Alex Gorbatchev over at npmawesome.com. Nodejitsu loved what npmawesome.com was doing and is now supporting the project. The middleware architechture is strange beast. On one hand everybody knows about it and knows how to use it. On the other hand, it seems…