Node.js Resources for Beginners
Recently we've been doing a lot with Node.js (modulus.io anyone?) and during this time we've built a great list of resources for people who are looking to learn more. I present below some of the best resources that we’ve found for learning Node.js.
Good first step into Node.js programming, bit out of date (use an installer unless you're on linux). Also, path.exists is now fs.exists.
Great list of tutorials and articles on specific topics in Node.
Awesome resource for beginner Node.js developers, but also some good stuff on use cases for Node and convincing your boss. Note: a little out of date but still very relevant.
Another open source book. A little lower level but some good stuff.
Good resource for example applications and samples. Good backlog of posts.
The place to see announcements and other fun discussions.
Articles that cover a range of Node.js topics including redis and socket.io.
This is certainly a good list of places to start. If you have any others please leave a comment and we'll check them out and update our list. Lastly, if you're in the Midwest and want to learn more make sure to check out Node.cincy monthly meetup.
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