Node.js Port Scanner

Node.js has become an incredible tool for creating services or utilities that act like a service.  Usually it’s npm start, wait a moment, and you’ll see the utility provide an address and port; a good example being localhost:8000.  One thing that bugs me about this pattern is if you have many service-based utilities that you […]
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