Node.js

What are the best websites a programmer should visit?

Here is the list of some finest resources available on the Internet, which a programmer should visit once. Blogs Coding Horror The Codist Martin Fowler Matt Might Me, Myself and Mathematics On Coding Peter Norvig Project Nayuki Stuff you need to Code Better! Coding Style Guides CS 106B: Programming Abstractions…

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The Art of Node – A short introduction to node.js

This document is intended for readers who know at least a little bit of a couple of things: a scripting language like JavaScript, Ruby, Python, Perl, etc. If you aren’t a programmer yet then it is probably easier to start by reading Easy Javascript. git and github. These are the…

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December 31st, 2016 Angular Js, Articles, Javascript, jQuery, Node.js, Tutorials

Easy JavaScript – An introduction for new programmers

JavaScript is a programming language or, in other words, a means by which a computer is instructed to do things. Just the same as one controls humans with hisses and meows, one controls computers with statements written in a programming language. All web browsers understand JavaScript and you can take…

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December 31st, 2016 Angular Js, Articles, Javascript, jQuery, Node.js, Tutorials

The most useful and bestseller courses on Udemy you should consider

The Complete Web Developer Course 2.0 Learn By Doing – build 25 websites and real mobile apps using HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, Python, MySQL and a lot more. It’s most current, in-depth and exciting coding course—to date. Designed for you—no matter where you are in your coding journey—this next-generation web…

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November 29th, 2016 Articles, Interview, Javascript, jQuery, Linux, MySQL, Node.js, PHP, SEO, Wordpress

What is Node.js ? How it Works ? for Beginners

Node.js is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient. Node.js’ package ecosystem, npm, is the largest ecosystem of open source libraries in the world. Its an open source, cross platform runtime environment for developing server-side…

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January 16th, 2016 Node.js