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📗 How to write cross-platform Node.js code

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How to write cross-platform Node.js code.

Why you should care: according to the 2018 Node.js user survey, 24% of Node.js developers use Windows locally and 41% use Mac. In production 85% use Linux and 1% use BSD.

Table of contents

Summary

🤖 Development environment

📝 File encoding

📂 Filesystem

💻 Terminal

🔒 Security

📡 Networking / IPC

🎛️ System

See also

Support

For any question, don't hesitate to submit an issue on GitHub.

Everyone is welcome regardless of personal background. We enforce a Code of conduct in order to promote a positive and inclusive environment.

Contributing

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Thanks go to these wonderful people:

ehmicky
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Ben Noordhuis
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Steve Lee
Steve Lee

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Michael J. Ryan
Michael J. Ryan

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Fabio Spampinato

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AyrA

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Felix Becker

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Nicola Dal Maso

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