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An npm-Compatible Life Raft for SignalR JavaScript Client Installation

Last Updated: 7/19/2016

Up the Creek Without a Paddle

I recently needed to incorporate ASP.NET SignalR into an ASP.NET MVC / React Single Page Application (SPA) to enable bi-directional communication between the server and client via Web Sockets. 799 more words

Npm

npm - Node Package Manager

Setting Proxy

The following setting will register proxy for npm.

This will be required if you are behind a proxy server.

npm config set proxy http://proxy.company.com:80
npm config set https-proxy http://proxy.company.com:80… 12 more words
Node.js

Using ES6 in nodeJS

Are you getting bored writing the ES5 code in nodeJS, then this is time to move to ES6. However node 6 has built in support for ES6, this post is meant for people using older versions of node. 76 more words

Web Development

Contributing packages to npm

If you are a open source developer then you may feel to contribute to open source as well. This post helps you to get started with contributing to open source especially npm (Since I am a javascript lover). 123 more words

Web Development

25 years of NPM literature: Broader but not deeper

In this article in the Political Studies Review with Dion Curry, we use bibliometric analysis to track the breadth and depth of the concept of New Public Management as it has developed in the 25 years since the coining of the term, in order to provide a deeper understanding of how academics have engaged with the subject. 78 more words

Publications

Angular2, npm, and TypeScript: the first steps

Angular 2 is getting more and more stable. As of July of 2016 it reached the version Release Candidate 4 and I expect to see the official release of this framework not later than in October of this year. 160 more words

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Install Nodejs in CentOs 6

Install Repository

# sudo rpm -Uvh https://rpm.nodesource.com/pub_5.x/el/6/x86_64/nodesource-release-el6-1.noarch.rpm

Install Nodejs

# sudo yum install nodejs

Check:

# node -v
v5.12.0

#npm -v
3.8.6