It’s hard to create a serious website without providing security for things like user registration and logins. Modulus is proud to announce that support for both piggyback and custom-domain SSL is now available.
We've released a bunch of new features for the Modulus platform.
Modulus is a premier Node.js hosting platform that provides a complete technology stack for application developers. Every Modulus project has access to a dashboard filled with valuable information.
One of our core beliefs here at Modulus is to track everything. Not just for our own infrastructure, but for our customers applications as well. The last thing we want to happen is for someone to wish statistics existed after they were actually needed.
Recently we've been doing a lot with Node.js (modulus.io anyone?) and during this time we've built a great list of resources for people who are looking to learn more. I present below some of the best resources that we’ve found for learning Node.js.
The basic concepts behind playing Tic-Tac-Toe is not that complex. However, building a game-play system that can handle real-time multiplayer is a bit more difficult. With a static “pass and play” or A.I. type Tic-Tac-Toe you don’t have to worry about making your UI handle waiting for the server to get an update, or rewriting the whole game board when switching between games. Every piece has to connect to the other, handle data states correctly, and pass all the feedback to the player.