node-goog: Server-side Google Closure with Node.js
e.g. implementations of common algorithms (encryption, geometry, time and date handling, ...), data structures (tries, pools, priority queues, ...)
and support for functional programming.
node-goog aims at making these features available on the Node.js platform.
You will need a separate installation of Google's Closure Library.
node-googitself is available as an npm package:
npm install goog
Or, get the source, fiddle around with it and install
git clone git://github.com/hsch/node-goog.git cd node-goog npm link
node-googin your application through Node's standard mechanism:
var goog = require( 'goog' ).goog;
Import any namespace from Google Closure like you would in a browser-based application:
goog.require( 'goog.structs.Trie' );
var trie = new goog.structs.Trie();
Start your application. Set
CLOSURE_BASE_PATHaccording to your own configuration:
CLOSURE_BASE_PATH=~/opt/closure-library/closure/goog/ node example.js
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