Say Goodbye To Relative Paths in Node.js

The story's always the same. You start out developing a simple Node application, but soon you want to start adding a few tidbits of functionality. Suddenly you're stuck in the land of relative path hell. Your paths begin to look like your fingers convulsed on the period and slash keys as you attempted to type. You start to lose track of the periods and the slashes it takes to get to the proper path. Before you know it, you're fed up with Node and ready to punch the first person who raves about the benefits of Node's event-driven model. Who…

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