npmawesome: Keep colors sane in your CSS files with colorguard

This is a guest post from Alex Gorbatchev and npmawesome.com. Nodejitsu loved what Alex was doing at npmawesome.com and is now supporting the project. Like what you see here? Why don't you contribute on Github? When a small web project gains traction and more people join and begin…

PDF invoices now available

Yesterday we made a small improvement to the webops invoices tab. You can now fetch PDF invoices for each of your statements. We make small improvements to our systems continuously, but found this one worth sharing. Simply click on the icon behind a statement and the PDF will be downloaded…

npmawesome: Ten Open Source Node.js Apps

This is the first guest post from Alex Gorbatchev and npmawesome.com. Nodejitsu loved what Alex was doing at npmawesome.com and is now supporting the project. Like what you see here? Why don't you contribute on GitHub? In this article we are going to quickly look at 10 open…

New private npm Heroku addon

Node.js and npm are everywhere. Not just on Nodejitsu but on almost every other Platform-as-a-Service in the market today. Since we launched our hosted and on-premise private npm this winter, we've been on a mission to make it easier for developers everywhere to get up and running with their…

npmawesome: Easily convert callback functions to promises with Songbird

This is a guest post from Alex Gorbatchev and npmawesome.com. Nodejitsu loved what Alex was doing at npmawesome.com and is now supporting the project. Like what you see here? Why don't you contribute on Github? When working with promises in Node.js, there's a constant friction between callbacks…

Improved deployments for all

At Nodejitsu we use a standard 256mb container image for our Individual Plans. For most personal applications in steady-state this is more than enough. But there's one common one-time exception: deployment itself. We understand it has been a major deploy issue affecting Individual Plan customers (Business Plans have control over…