THE NODE BEGINNER BOOK BY MANUEL KIESSLING PDF

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As promised, along the way we will learn about some of the more advanced concepts of JavaScript, how to make use of them, and look at why it makes sense to use these concepts instead of those we know from other programming languages. JavaScript and Node. This chapter is here to allow you to estimate if reading this document any further makes sense for you.

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You came along this funny thing called JavaScript, but you only used it in a very basic way, adding interactivity to your web pages every now and then. What you really wanted was the real thing, you wanted to know how to build complex web sites - you learned a programming language like PHP, Ruby, Java, and started writing backend code. Nevertheless, you kept an eye on JavaScript, you saw that with the introduction of jQuery, Prototype and the likes, things got more advanced in JavaScript land, and that this language really was about more than window.

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. Which is why this is no from novice to expert book. Its more like from novice to advanced novice. If I dont fail, then this will be the kind of document I wish I had when starting with Node.

The Node Beginner Book

But this is just the context. It defines what you can do with the language, but it doesnt 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. There is, of course, excellent documentation out there. But documentation alone sometimes isn't enough.

What is needed is guidance. 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.

The Node Beginner Book A comprehensive Node.js tutorial.

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. Open your favorite editor and create a file called helloworld. Ok, this stuff is boring, right?

Let's write some real stuff. A full blown web application with Node. Now, you could achieve this goal by googling and hacking together something.

But that's not what we want to do here. Furthermore, we don't want to write only the most basic code to achieve the goal, however elegant and correct this code might be.

We will intentionally add more abstraction than necessary in order to get a feeling for building more complex Node.Furthermore, we don't want to write only the most basic code to achieve the goal, however elegant and correct this code might be. Now that we are becoming expert novices.

This is a good book if you don't have a clue about Node. Dangerous stuff. The Fiddler Book Here's another great, self-published book now in a second edition: Eric Lawrence's " Debugging with Fiddler: The official reference from the developer of Fiddler.

We will start with looking at how JavaScript development in Node. Popular in Language. I think I had an older version and wish mine was more up to date.

If you've done anything else using Node, then you don't need this book. But all we have is the response object and the postData array.

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