I had a chance to sit down with Mikeal Roger's who has been helping us recently. He is a man of many talents and I consider him to be a subject matter expert on the open source community. Mikeal’s insight is unique, he understands the technology as well as the consumer. This gives him a unique perspective. As a company, we’ve published some outstanding pieces of his work but I wanted to sit down and give the people who read his articles, a chance to know the person.
Modulus now supports a number of languages including Node.js, PHP, and Java. One question we've received is, why should I use Modulus for PHP or Java? I'm going to answer that question in this article.
It's an exciting day at Modulus, we are releasing the biggest update to the platform since our initial release! Starting today, you can deploy and manage applications built in a number of technologies including Node.js, io.js, PHP, Java, and Static Sites.
We've implemented some major changes to Modulus (stay tuned for full announcement!) and part of those changes are improvements to our Node.js build and deployment systems. The new features will be generally available on Monday, May 4th, but we wanted to provide an early overview because these changes can affect some customer applications.
Update: Monday, May 4th - These features are now generally available to all users! io.js and many other features are only available to newly created servos. You can get new servos by creating a new project or fully stopping and then starting your existing project. Make sure you test the new environment before attempting a migrate! Existing projects will continue to deploy into their existing servos.
We want to share one of the new startups that has just joined our startup program, AuthorityMetrics. This is a platform for finding the perfect keywords in just minutes. AuthorityMetrics allows for no more exporting, importing, sorting, and merging keyword data from multiple sources. Get to know more about AuthorityMetrics here. We took a minute to talk with the co-founders of AuthorityMetrics, Han Chang and Nate. It gave us an opportunity to learn more about this great product.
Welcome to the first of a new series of articles designed to provide a window into how Modulus works. We've written about Modulus internals before, like when we announced Docker as our new containerization technology, but this series aims to provide more periodic transparency into what's going on.
We want to share one of the new startups that has just joined our startup program, Masterscroll. This is a platform for community curation. On Masterscroll you can Discover, share and discuss content. Get to know more about Masterscroll here. We took a minute to talk with the co-founder of Masterscroll, Riaz Kanani. It gave us an opportunity to learn more about this great product.
We want to share one of the new startups that has just joined our startup program, BinaryOps. A platform that helps developers create APIs and build web apps. Get to know more about BinaryOps here. We took a minute to talk with the co-founder of BinaryOps, Mark Voorberg. It gave us an opportunity to learn more about this great product.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to work with Redis in Node.js. Redis is an open source advanced key-value cache and store. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets, bitmaps and hyperloglogs.