DiscountASP.NET Announces Support for node.js on ASP.NET Web Hosting Platform

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Global ASP.NET hosting innovator, DiscountASP.NET now offers node.js beta support on their Windows 2008 hosting platform.

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In keeping with our mission to empower developers, we are happy to announce node.js support in our Windows hosting environment

DiscountASP.NET, a leading innovator in Windows Server hosting, announces beta support for node.js on their Windows 2008 hosting platform.

Node.js is a server-side javaScript implementation that enables developers to write client side as well as server side code in javaScript. As node.js has gained in popularity among developers in recent years, in 2011 Microsoft announced that they were actively working with Joyent to port node.js to Windows, and launched the first stable port in November 2011.

“We offered node.js support in our recent WebMatrix 2.0 beta labs sandbox and have received requests for making node.js generally available in our web hosting service,” said Takeshi Eto, VP Marketing and Business Development at DiscountASP.NET. “In keeping with our mission to empower developers, we are happy to announce node.js support in our Windows hosting environment.”

About DiscountASP.NET
DiscountASP.NET is an innovative leader in hosting solutions for Microsoft developers, focused on providing the best value in ASP.NET web hosting and Team Foundation Server (TFS) hosting. A Microsoft Partner with the Gold Hosting Competency and a Visual Studio Industry Partner member, DiscountASP.NET recently launched free TFS proxy server beta hosting and managed TFS hosting solutions. As a leader in cutting-edge ASP.NET web hosting, DiscountASP.NET supports the latest Microsoft web stack including support for SQL Server 2012. Through strong word-of-mouth and their commitment to ASP.NET developers, DiscountASP.NET has become the choice for affordable enterprise-class ASP.NET web hosting and hosted TFS. For more information, visit http://www.DiscountASP.NET

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