Last week Google released an official Node.js client library for accessing Google APIs that supports authorization and authentication using OAuth 2.0. Then earlier this week, Amazon Web Services announced that AWS Elastic Beanstalk, their PaaS solution now supports Node.js applications.
While Google’s deployment is a client, and AWS’s is an application platform, they both have the same objective--enabling developers to build highly reliable, scalable, and cost-effective applications using APIs.
I think that AWS and Github both send a good signal to other API owners, that they need to step up the availablity of Node.js resources for their API developer communities.
from API Evangelist http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ApiEvangelist/~3/OsSjeoRsjmY/