The step from making a Driver work within your own development environment to making it work for anybody is a larger one than most would expect. One crucial step in that respect is deploying your code somewhere that is publically accessible. Git is not the only version control system out there, nor is github the only hosted repository, but it's the one we use, and as such will be the focus of this How-To.
Here's a quick guide to deploying a Node app to Heroku. It's a good place to start and allows you to separate issues you might have with an app you're working on from issues related to deployment.
It's accompanied by a script that's available on github: https://github.com/justy/node-express-heroku
If you've ever wanted to pull apart your Ninja Block to get at the goodies inside, we've made a short video showing you how to do exactly that.
Why might you like to do that?
Have a look at the video and let us know in the forums what you'd like to see in future blog posts and videos!