Intended: Categorize code examples, grow them organically from a github-integrated Chrome extension or CLI. Imagine that you could search via CLI for "node.js streams" and have the top five most highly-rated examples for that concept. This concept would be very useful for people learning new concepts involved with programming environments such as Node.js. Examples tend to work well.
This is a game which includes real-time competition. The game is based on Japanese game "Mogura Tataki" which is almost similar to Whac-A-Mole, maybe.
multiplayer typing race, with random user added phrases. It supposed to have graphics but there was no time.
Simplified payments through Stripe with instant pay links for one-time and recurring transactions.
I believed, Node.js could create sympathy on web. So This could give to reappearance some contingency between end user to easier. Also this keep to take a logging, In and Out. Why don't you play to possibility of real time live!! Thanks.
Beginnings of MMO-RTS. Basic functionality so far. New user with Twitter auth. Creates home base. Base can create fighters Fighters can fly around Fighter position usually broadcasted to other clients Fighter position usually gets saved