Learn JavaScript Series: 4 Great Resources to Learn NodeJS

Learn JavaScript Series: 4 Great Resources to Learn NodeJS

We are continuing our learn JavaScript series with the 6th edition. This time the motto is: learn NodeJS! After some general JavaScript tips for beginners, a 7-item master JavaScript edition, the battle of React vs Angular 2 and learning about getting started with AngularJS + Angular2 + ReactJS we are turning our heads towards Node. The following list contains only awesome sites to help you learn NodeJS. Start to scroll!

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Felix’s Node.js Guide

Felix Geisendörfer decided to use some of his recent vacation to start this opinionated and unofficial guide to help people getting started in Node.js. Great resource.

The Node Beginner Book

A comprehensive Node.js tutorial. The aim of  Manuel Kiessling’s book is to get you started with developing applications for Node.js, teaching you everything you need to know about advanced JavaScript along the way on 59 pages.

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HowtoNode.org

HowToNode.org is a community supported blog created by Tim Caswell. The purpose of the blog is to teach how to do various tasks in node.js as well as teach fundamental concepts that are needed to write effective code.

NodeSchool

Open source workshops that teach web software skills. Do them on your own or at a workshop nearby. Awesome stuff.

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Do you happen to know some good ways to learn NodeJS? Share with us in the comments.

 

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