And so I shelved looking at Node for about 9 months.
Nine Months Later…
While existing tools like PhantomJS and Esprima became even more useful than before, many new tools — Mocha, BusterJS, node-cover, and coveraje, to name just a few — came into existence to improve upon existing but stale tools (e.g. JsUnit/QUnit/Jasmine, JSCoverage). More recently, Grunt, a promising new build tool for front-end projects was released, again built atop Node.js.
What Does It All Mean?
- Having CommonJS and AMD for module specs is great! In fact, I actually prefer AMD over ECMAScript Harmony’s proposal for native module support.
The Bad (or Regrettable):
So what do you think about the Node.js Revolution?