Nitrode is a new HTTP server. It's a young project but it already has some interesting features:
The thread on the nodejs
has more details, with a good discussion from list regulars.
bundles lots of commonly used libraries together to make starting a new
Node/Express project very easy. If you use Node a lot you probably have
your own way of doing this, or perhaps you use npm, but it seems like it
might be a good starting point for new users or tutorial writers.
If you want to experiment with Node, try it out. The author, Rob
Righter, is also on twitter:
This has been kicking around for a while, but I noticed Twitter Node.js
been updated. I was looking for examples of Node and WebSockets
yesterday when I wrote that jQuery polling post, and I dug it up on
It's by Andre Goncalves
(@andregoncalves on Twitter), and it's pretty simple -- the server-side part is only 50 lines.