Some challenges with Node.js on Windows
Posted by: More Whidbey stuff,
on 06 Oct 2014 |
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While there are a couple of really good Node.js IDEs (I use WebStorm), developing for Node on Windows is challenging. The platform is clearly built for Unix-type systems, and Windows support is a lagging afterthought. If your dev machine is running Windows, and you want to develop for Node, youll need to be aware of a number of things.Try to use Cluster, for example, and youll see your code fail with no explanation. The module is marked experimental in the documentation, which should be a clear sign...