Keepass-Node now supports ssl/https. You only need to provide your server key and certificate and browse the KeePass-Node instance via https://.... Another feature to make KeePass-Node sync with a Google Drive file has been added, too. Currently there’s only read support. Please see the updated readme for details and configuration.
A Node.js with AngularJS based implementation of a KeePass2 browser is available at GitHub. What? You should probably know about KeePass as a tool to manage your passwords or other secrets in an encrypted file. Since the default tool to edit and view your passwords is based on .NET you might not be able to use your keys everytime you need them due to missing libraries or a wrong platform (Mono needs to be installed on Linux systems).