The Derby MVC framework makes it easy to write realtime, collaborative applications that run in both Node.js and browsers.
Example of a typical application with a few routes. This is the best example to use as a starting point for writing an application in DerbyJS.
Minimal "Hello, world" example.
A simple chat demo. Note that as you edit your name, it updates in realtime. Name changes also show up in the page title and other rooms. Check out the source in the examples directory to see how these bindings are created automatically.
The requisite MVC demo, but collaborative and realtime! Todo items are contenteditable fields with support for bold and italics.
A kitchen-sink style example with a bunch of random features. Largely used for testing.
Then, clone this repo from GitHub.
You can run each of the examples from their own directories:
$ cd ~/derby-examples/directory $ node server.js
The examples written in CoffeeScript are meant to be run via the coffee command:
$ npm install -g coffeescript $ cd ~/derby-examples/sink $ coffee server.coffee
If you would like to run all of the examples at once you can do
cd ~/derby-examples node server.js
If you run into an EMFILE error on Mac or Linux you can up your file limit with
ulimit -n 2560
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