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Hands-on Node.js Ebook

Learning A Hands-On Guide to Building Web Applications in JavaScript makes it far easier to create fast, compact, and reliable web/network. eBook Description: Hands-On Microservices with Understand microservice concepts while learning to develop with Express, deploy. A list of 24 new ebooks you should read in , such as, Book Cover of Biharck Araújo - Hands-On RESTful Web Services with TypeScript 3.

Aspose are the market leader of. Using node-inspector to debug node. If you want a more detailed answer, check here. One option is to use Cloud9 IDE. It offers server-side debugging. You can run Cloud9 locally, but I ran into some issues doing it. What I was hoping for was a lightweight tool that I could just open locally to debug.

Installing on a Mac I installed it on my Mac book pro without a hitch through using npm, the node package manager.

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You can follow the directions here. Once it is installed you can launch node-inspector using code similar to the following. In this case I am messing with evaluating a few expressions on the fly.


Installing on Windows I sent an email to a bunch of folks talking about how cool node-inspector was. However, with a slight change you can make it work. Read on….. Before you get started, you will need to use either Google Chrome or Safari as your browser as node-inspector depends on webkit.

The first problem you hit into though is how to get all the packages in the first place.


Fortunately npm has now been ported to Windows. Once I did that I was happy to see when I launched node-inspector plus node it worked.

Hands-on Node.js: The Node.js introduction and API reference

Below are the steps to take you from 0 node not on the machine to node-inspector working. To ask other readers questions about Hands-on Node. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Feb 07, Anton Antonov rated it liked it. A more practical exercise-centric book.

Without the exercises, the book has little value to the reader.

If you expect an informative book that will teach you the most by just reading it, you're not looking at the right one. However if you want to stick with the book, it touches the subjects that matter in NodeJS, especially streams, buffers and asynchronous code.

The exercises are fun and challenging even for NodeJS programmers. For me especially, the FS library is the bane of my existence and th A more practical exercise-centric book. For me especially, the FS library is the bane of my existence and the "File system" chapter exercises really pushed me to learn it better.

Chances are I'm not going to use the FS library for a long time, as it happened previously, but it's learning that matters. Still, if the book had a solid publisher, an editor and more content to read, it would probably attract more readers and get better reception. Aug 27, Douglas Hackney rated it liked it. This is a decent book for those attempting to learn node, and a solid choice for a follow-up to The Node Beginner Book. Hands-On Node.

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JS assumes a much higher level of general programming knowledge than the beginner book. Unfortunately, this book is so riddled with grammar and spelling errors, as well as missing ends to sentences, etc.

Like many self-published books, it cries out for a decent editor. A good editor would have pushed the author to add more d This is a decent book for those attempting to learn node, and a solid choice for a follow-up to The Node Beginner Book. A good editor would have pushed the author to add more depth, explanation and examples to important concepts that appear he rushed through.

I gave this book 3 stars instead of 2 simply because of the reference to Node-Inspector. That alone was worth a star.

Aug 19, Randell Benavidez rated it really liked it Shelves: This book contains introduction to Node and examples on how to use the API. The examples are pretty much the same as the online API documentation, but have more verbose explanations.

It also includes exercises that challenge the reader to create simple programs that utilize the API. Personally, I'd rather read this kind of material online, and only as a reference. Introduction Rapid Prototyping with JS is a hands-on book which introduces you to rapid software prototyping using the latest cutting-edge web and mobile technologies including Node. Who This Book is For The book is designed for advanced-beginner and intermediate level web and mobile developers: somebody who has just started programming and somebody who is an expert in other languages like Ruby on Rails, PHP, and Java and wants to learn JavaScript and Node.

Rapid Prototyping with JS, as you can tell from the name, is about taking your idea to a functional prototype in the form of a web or a mobile application as fast as possible.

What to Expect Expect a lot of coding and not much of a theory.

All the theory we cover is directly related to some of the practical aspects and essential for better understanding of technologies and specific approaches in dealing with them, e. In addition to coding examples, the book covers virtually all setup and deployment step-by-step.

This is a digital version of the book, so most of the links are hidden just like on any other web page, e.

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