One of our more advanced features here at Hawkee is our markdown page editor. What sets it apart is fluid integration with CodeMirror to quickly and easily add code to a page. There's no fumbling with tabs and no need to paste between fences. This article gives a general overview of how it works.
This will show you how to handle form errors with Node.js and AngularJS when server-side validation is necessary. It highlights the erroneous field and displays an error message below indicating the problem. This example uses Node.js, Express, Express Validator, AngularJS and Bootstrap 3.
While (again) working on my node.js irc client, I needed to sort the array of nicks, prefixed with their respective modes, so I could list them correctly in my nickname list. This likely doesn't encompass all available modes, but more could easily be added. Hope someone else finds it useful.
After looking through coffeescript's code base, I found a method to build objects from other objects. With a bit of tinkering with the methodology of it, I finally got something that not only works as intented but it QUITE transparent in use.
A small framework to make html creation a little easier. It uses 'member-stringing' so you can make consecutive member calls on a cEle object
put this where you put html replace 'background' with the background color of your site, replace 'link' with the link you want it to go to, replace 'cmts' with the color you want the text to be when you mouse over, and replace 'text' with some words ;) example: