Nodejitsu has joined GoDaddy
We are excited to join GoDaddy to help spearhead their largest Node.js product: Website Builder. As a part of this Nodejitsu will help existing customers transition onto new solutions for their hosting needs until early August 2015. Please migrate your applications from the Nodejitsu platform before the end of the transition period. Please read our blog post to learn more about customer transition plans and our continued support for Open Source within the node community.
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Need Support?

Nodejitsu has a team of developers standing by to assist users with any issues they may come across while deploying and administrating their web applications on the Nodejitsu platform. Nodejitsu strives to have a lightning-fast turnaround on all issues you may have!

The following can be extremely helpful for the support team if you have them ahead of time:

  1. username/appname.
  2. A gist of your package.json file.
  3. A gist of your command/action and error output.
  4. Versions of tools and apps; jitsu -v, node -v, npm -v.
  5. The platform you are working on -- Linux, Mac, Windows, etc.

E-mail

You can contact us via email, at support@nodejitsu.com.


IRC

Nodejitsu also has a channel on freenode at irc://irc.freenode.net/#nodejitsu (http://webchat.jit.su), where Nodejitsu staff are standing by to support users around the clock. Drop by to ask questions, get assistance, or even just to hang out!


Github Issues

Each of Nodejitsu's open source projects uses Github Issues to manage bugs and related software problems. Github Issues is most useful for developers. For example, if a developer finds a bug in our open-source http proxy, they can submit an issue at https://github.com/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy/issues and tell us about their bug.

Getting Started

Learn how to set up Nodejitsu's tool for app deployment and be ready for action.

See the guide