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Move Code to 0.3: Node 0.4 Coming Soon
In Move Code to
on the nodejs group, Ryan Dahl recently suggested that people move code
to Node 0.3 as the next stable branch, 0.4, will be released in the next
week. Exciting times!
Stylus is yet another
interesting product from LearnBoost and TJ Holowaychuk that aims to
revolutionise CSS generation. It's currently available through npm, and
can be installed with
npm install stylus.
The language dramatically cuts down the amount of syntax required by
CSS, and is really what I thought LESS would be
when I first heard about it.
Almost everything is optional, including property colons, and it
supports conditionals, mixins, variables, interpolation, imports,
iteration, nested selectors, and more. TJ has already made a screencast
demonstrating the language: Stylus screencast.
It's definitely easy to see the evolution from Jade to Stylus, and I
think they'll be a joy to use together.
I also noticed TJ wrote
inspect recently, which can iterate over objects and display a hierarchy of associated properties.
I know this is the Node roundup, but sometimes I wonder if it would be
better to name it the Server Side Roundup. Anyway, Ringo
0.7 has been released, with some
interesting new changes:
fs-basehas been folded into the
- Script execution will continue until asynchronous ringo/scheduler and ringo/httpclient have finished
- Resources outside a repository root can now be
require'd using relative paths
There are a lot more changes in the 0.7 release notes on the Ringo