Learning about node.js - part 2
David Miller, AirVault's director of product development, writes on his blog:
Last time, we looked at the idea of having an agile iteration demo helper written in Node.js. In this post, we’ll be looking at how to setup the Node.js environment, and get ready to write some code.
Node.js originally wouldn’t run on Windows, at least not natively anyway. You had to install Cygwin and recompile Node.js to get it to run. These days, the windows platform is a first-class citizen for running Node.js. Heck, you can even get Node.js running on IIS. For these posts, however, I chose to setup the environment on a Mac Mini.
Read the full blog here.