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However, this was all still frontend stuff, and although it was nice to have jQuery at your disposal whenever you felt like spicing up a web page, at the end of the day you were, at best, a JavaScript user, but not a JavaScript developer.

And then came Node.

JavaScript on the server, how cool is that? You decided that its about time to check out the old, new JavaScript.

But wait, writing Node. And this time for real.

Here is the problem: Because JavaScript really lives two, maybe even three lives the funny little DHMTL helper from the mids, the more serious frontend stuff like jQuery and the likes, and now server-side , its not that easy to find information that helps you to learn JavaScript the right way, in order to write Node. Because thats the catch: you already are an experienced developer, you dont want to learn a new technique by just hacking around and mis-using it; you want to be sure that you are approaching it from the right angle.

There is, of course, excellent documentation out there.

But documentation alone sometimes isnt enough. What is needed is guidance. My goal is to provide a guide for you. Im not one of them.

Im really just the guy I talked about in the previous paragraph. I know a thing or two about developing backend web applications, but Im still new to real JavaScript and still new to Node.

I learned some of the more advanced aspects of JavaScript just recently. Im not experienced.

The Node Beginner Book

Which is why this is no from novice to expert book. Its more like from novice to advanced novice. My goal is to provide a guide for you. A word of warning There are some really excellent JavaScript people out there. I'm not one of them. I'm really just the guy I talked about in the previous paragraph. I know a thing or two about developing backend web applications, but I'm still new to "real" JavaScript and still new to Node. I learned some of the more advanced aspects of JavaScript just recently.

I'm not experienced. Which is why this is no "from novice to expert" book. It's more like "from novice to advanced novice". If I don't fail, then this will be the kind of document I wish I had when starting with Node. But this is just the context.

It defines what you can do with the language, but it doesn't say much about what the language itself can do. JavaScript is a "complete" language: you can use it in many contexts and achieve everything with it you can achieve with any other "complete" language.

In order to execute the JavaScript you intend to run in the backend, it needs to be interpreted and, well, executed. This is what Node. Plus, Node. Thus, Node. In order to make use of these, you need to install Node. Instead of repeating the process here, I kindly ask you to visit the official installation page. Please come back once you are up and running.

The Node Beginner Book A comprehensive Node.js tutorial.

Personally, I did several reads through the chapters. The first read was straight through, gathering concepts and the what.

The second read I followed along with the example code and for how portion of things. The last read through I focused more on the why of things.

This approach really helped with this particular book as there is quite a bit of material condensed into this book. In fact, I wish there were more in this book because it is so well written and easy to follow along. I really came out of this book with more understanding of node than I thought I would. Would definitely recommend.

This book is a warm introduction to NodeJS. It's not intended to teach advanced features, or to suggest best practice. It will give you an introduction to key concepts so that you understand the programming model. The code examples are exhaustive, and will benefit you most if you are working through them on your computer while you read. Note to site readers: Not unique to this book, extensive code listings are difficult to read in this format.

It's something to be aware of. One person found this helpful. If you are starting out with node JS I would recommend this book. After working with another title, this is the only book that bothered to explain how JavaScript can use functions as a parameter.

That alone to me gives a full five. I've been trying to learn this framework for about a month now, and this the only place that explained that to me, making this a whole lot less confusing.

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I bought this book on the recommendation of the JavascriptisSexy blog, along with Professional Node. This is a good combo. Node Beginner gives you a broad high level, low detail tutorial to help you get something simple to work right away. Professional Node does a detailed deep dive into Node.

The two books are complementary. My only complaint is that I couldn't get the last example in the beginner book to work as written. I couldn't determine if it's because the book is a couple of years out of date and Node has changed or if it's because I'm working on a Mac. Very short but gave me a good intro to NodeJS. I think this is a great starting point for anyone that is looking into working with Node.

I'm not sure why you want to learn the very old depracated version of something, but if you do, this book is for you. See all 36 reviews.

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The Node Beginner Book by Manuel Kiessling

site Edition.At less than 50 pages, I can't say it's worth more than a few dollars. Showing Other Editions 2. The application stack Let's dissect our application. Copyright Manuel Kiessling The contents on this website are free for personal use. If I don't fail, then this will be the kind of document I wish I had when starting with Node.

It covers the most important concepts as Node's event arch This book provides a very basic introduction to build a web app with Node. Good to know other books about node, because from them I know mocha, should, and assertions. Most importantly, it introduced http module, which is fine; but it did not mention express at all.