Milo: A new HTTP parser for Node?

November 14, 2023 By Mark Otto 0

Node.js Weekly

πŸ‘ Note: There’s a ‘last update’ badge saying 2021, but it’s incorrect – there was a big update this month πŸ˜„

β–Ά  Talks from the Node.js Collab Summit 2023 β€” If you want to stay up to date with the latest discussions within the Node project, here are the videos from the latest Node.js Collab Summit. For example, have you heard of Milo? It’s a new Rust-powered HTTP parser Paolo Insogna is working on for Node.

OpenJS Foundation

Can Bun Eat Node.js’s Lunch? β€” An experiment in migrating a codebase (a restaurant voting app called Lunch) from Node over to Bun and seeing how it fares. They’re impressed but found it to be β€œnot production-ready as I’m still encountering segmentation faults for common tasks.”

Jeffrey Carl Faden

Deploying Node Apps on Vultr with PM2 β€” I hadn’t noticed MDN was running sponsored articles till now, but they seem to do a good job maintaining the quality. The good thing about this article is you can use it with any VPS, not just those on Vultr.

Vultr / MDN

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nve 17: Run Things With a Specific Node.js Version β€” Execute a file, command, or REPL using a specific version (or multiple versions) of Node. For example, you could run npm test over multiple versions at once, though note that the minimum version is now Node v18.18.0.



β€œI’m not a great programmer. I’m just a good programmer with great habits.”

Kent Beck