See the announcement for the full list of updates.
Rails-like features to Express. There's a command line tool, railway, for creating new projects with a very familiar
layout. RESTful routes can be easily set up, and there's a neat little
model system based on Redis.
It seems like an ambitious project, and if you're familiar with the
style of Rails it should be pretty easy to pick up.
drty is a Django port for Node. It
currently works with MySQL, and has routing, middleware, views, models,
sessions, and Django templating support. There's a blog
example in the
I've been looking at NodeFu, a Node-oriented
hosting platform. It's npm-friendly and deploys with git (like Heroku
and Joyent's Node SmartMachines). It's currently free to try out, just
follow the instructions on the site: NodeFu REST
We do not currently have a full featured website as we are focusing on
the API and the service. We are currently running Node v.0.3.5 and
updating all NPM modules on a weekly basis. Git is required to push
your updates to Nodefu. All we ask is that you be a good steward of
our service and community.
maptail by George Stagas is a Node
app that can plot IP address accesses on a map. There's a demo at live.stagas.com. It has cool graphics, which
is of course why I featured it, but it also seems to be handling Hacker
News traffic very well.
Minotaur (MIT X11 License) by
Tomi is a long poll server that uses JSONP for communication. It comes
with a simple chat client/server example app. The Node dependencies are
fairly minimal: node-uuid, and cookie-node. The client-side uses jQuery