Building CLI Tools With NodeJS

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Nobody questions building back ends with NodeJS anymore. It’s has proven itself and is widely accepted as a great platform for web servers. But have you ever thought of building CLItools with NodeJS? Turns out that NodeJS is also great at that. By using just a few simple built-in modules, you can create powerful tools that can be used in terminals in all operating systems. In this talk, the attendees will learn how to use those modules through some practical code samples and demos.

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