Nodejs.module alpha release

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Mar 6, 2011
Just in time for Drupalcon Chicago, I've rolled the first alpha release of the nodejs.module. I've put a screencast of some of what the the module can do on Youtube: The module is definitely not ready for prime-time, but its getting useful enough that i need more feedback to take it to the next level. Get it while its hot: http://drupal.org/node/1082646
Tags: Drupal, Node.js

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