As already indicated, a large part of the Notes Domino XPages community already lives in the Domino 10 bubble. And that's a very good thing. One of the new features in Domino 10 is the introduction of Node.js in Domino. As indicated in my previous blog post, a webinar will be hosted by IBM on June 28, Node.js and Domino V10 Essentials - What You Need to Know.
Yesterday I came across this message from Mark Barton on Twitter.
In order to get a good idea of how to use Node.js in Domino, this is a more than excellent starting point. It is an excellent course that gave me a good insight regarding Node.js in Domino. You can find the course on this website.
For more information about Node.js and Node-Red, see the blog series of John Jardin, Node-RED Blog Series.