Doing the opposite of Jim Cramer with Node

January 27, 2022 By Mark Otto 0

Trilium Notes: A Knowledge Base App Built with Node — A hierarchical note taking app. Built as an Express app but most commonly used on the desktop via an Electron packaged version. It’s been around a few years but continues to see frequent updates and is a neat example of this sort of app.


Can process.on('multipleResolves') Be Deprecated?multipleResolves is an event emitted by promises that have undergone one of several state changes. Do you use it? Is it at all useful to you? The Node.js team want to know in this Twitter poll, so if you want to keep it, speak up now.

Node.js on Twitter

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A Complete Beginner’s Guide to npm — If you’re a long time Node developer, npm is probably second nature to you, but nonetheless this guide to npm may prove useful, even if only to other folks on your team. It’s a nine-part guide from CSS Tricks covering everything from the ground up.

Josh Collinsworth

Using Node.js from Google Sheets (with Fusebit) — Be warned that this integration depends entirely upon Fusebit, a commercial integration platform, but if Google’s Apps Script isn’t enough for you, you may appreciate knowing about this approach.

Tomasz Janczuk (Fusebit)

How To Process Images in Node.js with SharpSharp is a popular high performance package for working with images from Node. Resizing is its main function but it can do other things like rotation, compositing, and gamma correction too.

Stanley Ulili

🛠 Code & Tools

Oclif 2.3: Heroku’s Open CLI Framework for Node — A mature framework for building command line interfaces whether with a few simple flags or lots of subcommands. It comes out of Heroku’s work on its own heavily used CLI tools and an alternative to the Gluegun approach (above). GitHub repo.