Electron 15.0.0-nightly.20210621

The Electron framework lets you write cross-platform desktop applications using JavaScript, HTML and CSS. It is based on Node.js and Chromium and is used by the Atom editor and many other apps.

Gaucho 0.10.0

Execute tasks with one click Boost your productivity by running commands, as well as launching applications with just one click, the simple status icon, timer and log provides monitoring of all your tasks at a simple glance.

Spring.js 3.2.0

A new npm module that makes nodejs development easy and clean. The simple way to launch a quick web server and spring straight into working

Optant 2.0.0

Optant is a tiny library that parses any arguments and options supplied to your script on the command line. It's perfect when you need to write a script that reads some arguments and/or options from the command line, but don't want to invest the time and energy into constructing a complex setup with commander or other more advanced tools.

The Atlas toolkit for Node.js 0.4.0

An easy to use Node.js package to manipulate web interfaces. Develop web applications without framework to install or front-end to bother with. Handle the user interface entirely from within Node.js.

Node.JS vs Python: Which is Best Option for your project

Backend development usually plays an extremely important role in the whole process of the project building. But sometimes, the beginners, while being surprised with a variety of opportunities and languages, which may help you to achieve what you need, tend to make lots of really bad mistakes. However, in today’s article we will try to find out, what is the best way of the backend development.

Otto Jukebox 2014.11.19.1

A music jukebox app that disguises itself as an iTunes replacement without all the extra baggage, but is actually a web-first, fully streaming, anti-cloud, social music server that allows multiple people to listen to the same stream of music at the same time and DJ for each other. Kinda like a private turntable.fm.