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Node Roundup: 0.10.31, One-Shot Budapest, Tenso

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0.10.31

Node has been updated to 0.10.31, which includes a newer version of v8, openssl, npm, and bug fixes for some core modules. This includes a fix for fs where fs.readFileSync could leak file descriptors, and a fix for Readable.wrap's handling of objectMode falsy values.

One-Shot Budapest

The NodeConf One-Shot: Budapest conference will be held on November 21th, 2014. Tickets are $100, and talks include:

  • Matteo Collina: Hardware Hacking on Stage
  • Mathias Buus: BitTorrent, p2p with Node.js
  • Julian Gruber: Node.js vs Go
  • Nuno Job: Production Ready Node

Tenso

Tenso (GitHub: avoidwork/tenso, License: BSD-3, npm: tenso) by Jason Mulligan is a REST API facade. It supports caching, DTrace, and decorates response/request objects in a similar way to Express/restify.

var uuid = require( 'keigai' ).util.uuid;

module.exports.get = {  
  '/': [],

  '/reports/tps': function(req, res) {
    res.error(new Error('TPS Cover Sheet not attached'), 785);
  },

  '/uuid': function(req, res) {
    res.respond(uuid(), 200, {'cache-control': 'no-cache'});
  }
};