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This is another post in the series about Cloud Monitoring and libraries we have open-sourced. In the first week I talked about Whiskey, a powerful Node.js test framework, in the second week Gary talked about the Cassandra CQL driver and in the third week I talked about node-elementtree, a Node.js library for building and parsing XML documents. This week I’ll talk about node-swiz, a Node.js library for serializing, deserializing and validating objects in RESTful APIs.
This is another post in the series about Cloud Monitoring libraries we have open-sourced. I first talked about Whiskey, a powerful Node.js test framework and recently Gary talked about the Cassandra CQL driver. This week I’m going to talk about node-elementtree, a Node.js library inspired by Python’s ElementTree module for building and parsing XML.
One of the great technology enablers of the last decade has been open-source software. It encourages commercial software developers to create better products by fostering processes that cut across companies, utilizing the best talent from each. Additionally, competition from open-source projects creates an ecosystem that gives consumers more choice in the software they use to power their enterprises.
This post originally appeared on Paul Querna’s blog and we have reposted it here with his permission.
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