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Node.js in Practice

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Node.js in Practice is a collection of fully tested examples that offer solutions to the common and not-so-common issues you face when you roll out Node. You'll dig into important topics like the ins and outs of event-based programming, how and why to use closures, how to structure applications to take advantage of end-to-end JavaScript apps, and more.

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Paperback, 424 pages
Published December 19th 2014 by Manning Publications (first published November 28th 2013)
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Anton Antonov
May 22, 2016 rated it really liked it
Solid NodeJS book that teaches you how to use NodeJS strong points.

Part 1 is definitely a must-read and really well explains NodeJs buffers and streams. No bullshit, only quality stuff. Probably my most favourite NodeJS book part/section I've read.

I really like the "problem, discussion, solution" approach of the book.
It makes reading and understanding the contents much better.

Part 2 is the standard nodejs webapp bullshit that you can skip.

Part 3 is relatively short - only one chapter on writing
Majid Hajian
Feb 26, 2017 rated it liked it
I recommend this book specially first 4 chapters which are principles of Node, However, the book is a bit outdated and need to be updated.
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JavaScript was always confusing so books focused on trying to explain it. This is one of the few that shows it in action.
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This is a solid, in depth book on using node.
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