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JavaScript Node.js Basics (2014) Building a Command Line Application Handling Parsing and Status Code Errors

Where can i learn more about node.js?

treehouse`s node.js course is a little bit too short... where can i learn more about node?

2 Answers

I know that Code School has at least a couple courses for Node.js. This site has a list of books for beginners, but I have not read any books on the subject, so I do not personally know their value.

The best place to learn though, is by doing some searches and researching. Try a bunch of different tutorials that you come across, and then eventually try to make a small project with what you have picked up. If you go this route, you can not only learn Node, but also gain the super power that is learning whatever you need via internets.

GL! And if you find any really great sources, it would be awesome if you shared them in the forums :D

Andrew Kiernan
Andrew Kiernan
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You can also try out NodeSchool to learn more about node. It is a set of command-line courses that give a series of challenges to pass while learning different parts of node. Admittedly the learning curve can be steep for certain parts, but its worth giving a try!