Imagine Node running in the browser..

May 27, 2021 By Mark Otto 0

▶  How To Create Your First Flow in Node-REDNode-RED is a browser-based ‘flow’ programming environment that uses Node.js under the hood and is particularly popular in enterprise IoT systems but works at small scale too. This hour long screencast presents a thorough introduction into really using it productively.

Bleeding Code

Introducing WebContainers: Running Node.js Natively in the Browser — An interesting new WebAssembly-based operating system that boots instantly and enables Node.js environments to run directly in the browser. People have been getting very excited about this on Twitter. Only supports Chromium-based browsers for now though.

Eric Simons (StackBlitz)

New & Updated Course: Complete Intro to React v6 with Brian Holt — Learn to build real-world applications using modern React. Much more than an intro, you’ll start from the ground up, getting to using the latest features in React, including hooks, effects, context, and portals, plus piecing together tools from the entire React ecosystem.

Frontend Masters


A Deep Dive into Rust for Node Developers — JavaScript can do pretty much anything, so why learn another language? Rust is a systems language proving powerful in the WebAssembly space, so you may find a use for it in some situations going forward.

Florian GOTO

🛠 Code and Tools
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  • Verdaccio 5.1 – A lightweight private proxy registry.
  • fdir 5.1 – High performance directory crawler & globbing library.
  • Async Redis 2.0 – Wrapper over node_redis with first class async support.
  • Zapatos 3.6.0 – Zero-Abstraction Postgres for TypeScript.