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Add Portable Node.js guide #904

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ehmicky commented Feb 20, 2019

Practical guide on how to write portable/cross-platform Node.js code: https://github.com/ehmicky/portable-node-guide

There are currently very few guides about this important topic. The only ones covering the topic in full I found are https://github.com/ehmicky/portable-node-guide#further-reading, i.e. only 3 other links.

The guidelines were tested on Windows, Mac and Linux.

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Add Portable Node.js guide
Practical guide on how to write portable/cross-platform Node.js code: https://github.com/ehmicky/portable-node-guide

There are currently very few guides about this important topic. The only ones covering the topic in full I found are https://github.com/ehmicky/portable-node-guide#further-reading, i.e. only 3 other links.

The guidelines were tested on Windows, Mac and Linux.

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sindresorhus commented Mar 10, 2019

Very useful!

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ehmicky commented Mar 10, 2019

Thanks!

@sindresorhus You have many projects aimed at solving lack of cross-platform support in Node.js. Actually many links in that guide are of your projects. Your knowledge in that area might be very useful to other developers and help them improve by writing more cross-platform Node.js.

So if you wanted to spot any errors or missing information in that guide, your feedback would be very appreciated!

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sindresorhus commented Mar 10, 2019

Sure, I will take a closer look when I have some time and do a PR if I see anything to improve.

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