The Node Beginner Book

A comprehensive Node.js tutorial

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The aim of The Node Beginner 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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Table of Contents

  • Special notice
  • About
    • Status
    • Intended audience
    • Structure of this document
  • JavaScript and Node.js
    • JavaScript and You
    • A word of warning
    • Server-side JavaScript
    • “Hello World”
  • A full blown web application with Node.js
    • The use cases
    • The application stack
  • Building the application stack
    • A basic HTTP server
    • Analyzing our HTTP server
    • Passing functions around
    • How function passing makes our HTTP server work
    • Event-driven asynchronous callbacks
    • How our server handles requests
    • Finding a place for our server module
    • What’s needed to “route” requests?
    • Execution in the kingdom of verbs
    • Routing to real request handlers
    • Making the request handlers respond
    • Serving something useful
    • Handling POST requests
    • Handling file uploads
  • Conclusion and outlook

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