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Understanding Mojito

Understanding Mojito

Yahoo's Mojito lets you run code where it's easiest.

O'Reilly editor Simon St. Laurent talked with Yahoo's Bruno Fernandez-Ruiz about the possibilities Node opened and Mojito exploits. Yahoo's Mojito is a different kind of framework: all JavaScript, but running on both the client and the server.

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What is Node.js?

What is Node.js?

Node isn't always the solution, but it does solve some important problems.

Learning Node might take a little effort, but it's going to pay off. Why? Because you're afforded solutions to your web application problems that require only JavaScript to solve.

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The secrets of Node's success

The secrets of Node's success

Why Node.js has caught on while other server-side JavaScript implementations faltered.

What is it about Node.js that makes it interesting to developers? The key factors are performance, timing, and focusing on a real problem that wasn't easily solved with other server-side dynamic languages.

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