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But wait, writing Node.
The Node Beginner Book by Manuel Kiessling
Here is the problem: Aug 27, Douglas Hackney rated it really liked it. The author promised a full application at the end of the book, but instead of giving at least one example of some kind of test for his code, he explains what a beginned or request handler is for.
The Node Beginner Book - Manuel Kiessling - Google Books
A very good introduction to Node. I was able to pick this up free through a bsginner. He straddles the line nicely between a simplistic and naive "tutorial" style and a more mature and correct and complex style with proper separation of concerns.
Well, with node, things are a bit different.
The Node Beginner Book - A comprehensive acclivo.us tutorial
Ok, let's just jump in the cold water and write our first Node. Aiming at developers that already have experience with other programming languages means that this document won't cover really basic stuff like data types, variables, control structures and the likes.
Intended audience Manhel document will probably fit best for readers that have a background similar to my own: I'm not on to his sequel, The Node Craftsman Book.
The Node Beginner Book
For me personally, this book didn't tell me anything that I didn't know about Node. Good for an absolute beginner like me to get interested in Node, but doesn't go into a whole lot of detail. Assumes you have little knowledge of node.
And then came Node. Trivia About The Node Beginner As the author admits at the start of the book it's a brief introduction. It's more like "from novice to advanced novice".
Exactly what the title states and what I needed! No one example in this book. Apr 05, Wojciech Pietrzak mnuel it it was ok.
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This book teaches you poor practices like dependency injection, and isn't very node-y at all. I read it in an hour on the train on the way to work this morning, and it covers some simple concepts like blocking vs non-blocking and dependency injection well. At less than 50 gook, I can't say it's worth more than a few dollars.