"Hello, world!" Example
This is short, basic, "hello, world!" example, to start http server on 3000 port.
Documentation and live example
- Hello, world!
- Database profiling
- Exporting mongoose models to REST interface
- Telnet application
- Web application
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What do you get from the box?
npm install hunt and you get ready to use high level nodejs framework,
that links together many preconfigured and working perfectly together modules.
This is it. Hunt...
works on latest versions of NodeJS >=0.10.26
is a real event driven (by pattern Observer) framework build on top of ExpressJS, suitable not only for creating HTTP-based web applications, but background services, binary protocol applications, websockets or even xmpp based applications.
The best sides of express.js framework are supported: routing, middlewares, controllers. And this is done in clever way - expressjs application can be easily converted to Hunt application.
Powerful users model to use at your application, with customizable profile, groups, and compatibility with majority of passport.js strategies, custom profile data and build up with Active Record and Observer patterns
Redis database support from the box, with default use of it as session storage and socket.io backend.
Hunt applications are easy to run on Heroku hosting - many config values (mongo/redis database access URLs, etc...) are populated automatically
Clustering by the means of nodejs build in load balancer
socket.io is perfectly linked with user model and passportjs authorization system, so you can send realtime notifications to users online just like this
- Linux (this is your problem, if you want to build this package on other operating systems)
- NodeJS >= 0.10.26 (version build from source is preferable, because hunt builds some dependencies from source)
- Redis >= 2.6.16
- Mongo >= 2.4.6 (optional)
- MySQL >= 5.6.16 (optional)
- PostgreSQL >= 9.2 (optional)
Without understanding how express.js framework operates, including
- concept of app,
- concept of middleware and how it can be used
- concept of chaining the middlewares (this is example of adding middleware to a chain to count users online)
- concept route
this module is hard to understand. Please, read this information above before processing with this framework.
Deploying the HuntJS application for production
We will post some advices and configuration examples: https://github.com/vodolaz095/hunt/tree/master/examples/serverConfigsExamples
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Copyright (c) 2013 Ostroumov Anatolij ostroumov095(at)gmail(dot)com et al.
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