With the Raspberry Pi a low cost computer is available that can be used for a great variety of different purposes. The credit-card-sized single-board computer is capable to run Linux, which is available in form of different, custom tailored distributions. Most of them can be extended easily to run node.js, which was presented in-depth in the recent posts.
This article will shed a light on how to install node.js on a Raspberry Pi. It will present some nice ideas about how to get the best out of your Raspberry Pi (& alike). Last but not least the article concludes with some benchmarks to show some limits.