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20 Best Free Node JS Books

20 best free Node JS books. Download ebooks (pdf, mobi, epub) and read online.

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Node.js Notes for Professionals

Author: goalkicker.com

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The Node.js Notes for Professionals book is compiled from Stack Overflow Documentation, the content is written by the beautiful people at Stack Overflow.

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The Node Craftsman Book

Author: Manuel Kiessling; 2017

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The Node Craftsman Book helps JavaScript programmers with basic Node.js knowledge to now thoroughly master Node.js and JavaScript. This book dives you deeper into the craft of software development with Node.js and JavaScript, incuding object-orientation, test-driven development, database handling, web frameworks, and much more.

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Node.js Monitoring, Alerting & Reliabilty 101

Author: Peter Marton

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Release date: 2017

A detailed guide for building and monitoring reliable Node.js applications. Introduction of common techniques to measure reliability and understand its cost and other aspects. Introduction to monitoring and alerting basics, as well as paging and postmortem best practices. Technologies and patterns which help you to improve the reliability of your services.

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Nodebots - Javascript And Robotics In The Real World

Author: Will Mendes

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Release date: 2017

This book is for anyone who wants to take the first steps on Nodebots or who already worked with. Their contents will be shown with simple and low cost sensors some pain points on the real integrations of a Nodebot application, such as integration between external APIs from events reading some sensor data, as well as good practices in how to use automation for validations, tests, builds metrics and more.

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The NodeJS Cluster Module

Author: Antonio Santiago

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Release date: 2017

Start learning how improve performance of your applications and take full profit of your CPUs with NodeJS and its cluster module.

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Keystone.js Succinctly

Author: Manikanta Panati

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Release date: 2017

Keystone.js is a free and open-source Node.js web framework for developing database-driven websites, applications, and RESTful APIs. The framework is built on Express.js and MongoDB, and follows the Model-View-Template design pattern. Find out in Manikanta Panati’s Keystone.js Succinctly how to use this framework to manage application templates, views, and routes, using JavaScript throughout. Learn to set up a development environment and an empty project, work with models to save, retrieve, and manipulate data, integrate complex forms, authenticate users, expose REST endpoints in a Keystone.js application, and more.

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The Beginners Guide To Node.js

Author: Rick Hernandez; 2016

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Have you heard about Node.js? You haven't! Node.js is changing how modern applications are built. Companies such as Uber, Walmart, Netflix and Paypal are companies that are using node to create revolutionary applications. Find out why and when Node.js is used and how you can start to benefit from Node.js.

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What You Need To Know About Node.js

Author: Bruno Joseph Dmell

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Release date: 2016

Looking to learn everything you need to know to get started using Node.js in as little time as possible? If so then this is the title for you. Providing everything you need to know to get started creating your own applications while also understanding how to work with Node like experienced developers do, you’ll be able to get started with your own projects in no time!

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Node.js Basics

Author: Rick Hernandez

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Release date: 2016

Have you heard about Node.js? You haven't! Node.js is changing how modern applications are built. Companies such as Uber, Walmart, Netflix and Paypal are companies that are using node to create revolutionary applications. Find out why and when Node.js is used and how you can start to benefit from Node.js.

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Node.js Succinctly

Author: Emanuele DelBono

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Release date: 2016

Node.js is a wildly popular platform for writing web applications that has revolutionized web development in many ways, enjoying support across the open source community as well as industry. With Node.js Succinctly by Emanuele DelBono, you will learn the basics of Node.js: non-blocking I/O, the event loop, modules, and the Node.js runtime environment. From there, you will dive into building practical solutions that interact with filesystems and streams, access databases, handle web server message queuing, and more.

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An Introduction To Libuv

Author: Nikhil Marathe

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Release date: 2016

This ‘book’ is a small set of tutorials about using libuv as a high performance evented I/O library which offers the same API on Windows and Unix.

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Module Patterns

Author: Pedro Teixeira

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Release date: 2015

Understanding and using the Node module system. The first short book of this series is a short introduction that sets the foundation of the next books to come. It shows what you can do with JavaScript and the Node module system to create and consume different types of modules: Singletons, Closure-based and prototype-based pseudo-classes, façades and others.

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Professional Node.js Development

Author: Tal Avissar

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Release date: 2015

Node.JS is based on the JavaScript language and Node.JS applications are written with JavaScript language. It is a cross platform environment and has runtime for windows, mac OS X, and Linux. Node.JS philosophy is that is core should be kept as small as possible. The original author of Node JS is Ryan Dahl who originally wrote Node JS in 2009.

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Node.js Blueprints

Author: Krasimir Tsonev; 2014

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Packed with 268 pages of real-world examples and trade secrets gained from years of experience in the web development domain, this book takes you to the next level and teaches you everything you need to know to utilize the astronomical potential of Node.js. As a JavaScript platform, Node.js can also be used for all sorts of projects - so discover it's power today!

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Node, Express And LibSass

Author: Dale Sande

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Release date: 2014

Node.js What's all the buzz about? Why are so many people talking about it? How can I get some of this awesome? Follow along in this workshop/tutorial to get your head wrapped around what it takes to make a Node project from scratch. But it doesn't stop at Node. In the 'full stack JavaScript' world, there is a whole eco system of tools that you need to need to know about. Besides Node, there is Express, npm, Bower, Grunt, Gulp, etc ... This books's goal is not to deep dive into any one specific subject, but to provide the overview learning needed to build a good foundation.

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NPM Recipes

Author: Seth Vincent

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Release date: 2014

There are over 150,000 modules on npm, so there's a wildly big number of opportunities for checking out how various npm modules can work together. This book showcases them one "recipe" at a time.

Stream Handbook

Author: James Halliday

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Release date: 2013

This document covers the basics of how to write node.js programs with streams.

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The Art Of Node

Author: Max Odgen

Links: read online

Release date: 2013

A short introduction to node.js

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Node: Up and Running

Author: Tom Hughes-Croucher; Mike Wilson

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Release date: 2012

This book introduces you to Node, the new web development framework written in JavaScript. You’ll learn hands-on how Node makes life easier for experienced JavaScript developers: not only can you work on the front end and back end in the same language, you’ll also have more flexibility in choosing how to divide application logic between client and server.

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Mixu’s Node book

Author: Mikito Takada

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Release date: 2012

A book about using Node.js.

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