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Hacking a Way to Run Node.js on AWS w/ Grunt

11.28.2013
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Grunt is the JavaScript task runner for the Yeoman toolchain, which is much-beloved by the Node.js community.  There's a great new blog post up this week that takes you through the process of setting up a solid deployment process for Node.js apps on Amazon Web Services.

Deploying Node apps to AWS using Grunt


The author is learning things for the first time as he blogs about this process since he normally uses AWS through Heroku.  Keep an eye out for his upcoming book on Node.js build processes and architecture.