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Free Node.js Books and Tutorials

Free Node.js Books and Tutorials

Node.js specific Up and Running with Node The Node Beginner Book Mastering Node.js   Mixu’s Node Book by Mikito Takada Publisher: mixu.net 2012 Number of pages: 77 Description: Node – or Node.js, is an event-driven I/O framework for the V8 JavaScript engine. In order to learn Node, you need to learn how to write code […]

Free JavaScript Books and Tutorials

Free JavaScript Books and Tutorials

You can’t learn JavaScript just by reading though!  Try reading Eloquent JavaScript, building 2 – 5 complex JS projects, and then move to something like Angular or Node. Free Tutorials Douglas Crockford’s Javascript Eloquent JavaScript – Online Book (Free) Javascript Glossary – by Mozilla Team JS Dares JS Tutorial – by Mozilla Team Learn Javascript […]

The best sources to learn web coding in a short time?

Free Online Courses HackSource Bento Hackr.io Code4Startup CodesDope CodeAvengers Codecademy CodeCombat Code School (Free – $25/month) Free Code Camp iLoveCoding LiteratePrograms Odin Project Quackit StudyTonight Thinkful (Paid courses range from $300-$1400. Job guarantee included) Tuts+ Udemy (Free – $199) Viking Code School Prep Pay To Learn Online Courses BaseRails ($25/month) Bloc – iOS, Web Dev, […]

Some history about node.js

Some history about node.js

Someone at Google was getting very frustrated at the pace of the Internet advancing. Web browser technology was frustrating, out-dated and lazy. So, Google did what Google does best: they approached the problem from the ground up. In fact, they literally solved the problem by building a browser from the ground up: Chrome. This time, […]

Good programming practices and their explanation

If you embark on an involved open source or private project, you’re likely to work with other people. It’s important to be upfront about the goals of the project and the style of development. These are the practices we recommend to use to develop this framework: Verbose: Variable and method names should be verbose so things […]

How to start an Angular project using Material Design

reference: https://material.angular.io/ While in your project folder npm install –save @angular/material @angular/cdk Some Material components depend on the Angular animations module in order to be able to do more advanced transitions. If you want these animations to work in your app, you have to install the @angular/animations module and include the BrowserAnimationsModule in your app. […]