I'm following the first chapter from the sample pdf. I haven't purchased the full book yet as I'm evaluating whether or not I'm at the right level.
Excerpt From Who Should Read This Book:
The second potential reader is the server-side engineer who uses another language
such as PHP, Python, Ruby, Java, or .NET. The main benefit you’ll derive is seeing
how your existing architectural, design, and pattern knowledge is applied to the
pose no big hindrance. By design, it’s an easy language to learn, and we will have
covered many examples of both its syntax and idiosyncratic features by the end of
From the 'Assembling the Pieces' section in Chapter 1/, in the Installation part. I installed the Node.js from windows .msi
after I installed. I ran the program (using node.js command window..) and did test; console.log('Hello World') it returned the correct results
then I just followed the rest of the instructions but it never mentioned that if in Linux, run this command. I just ran in the Node.js command window
I'm an ASP.Net Web Forms Developer C# looking to make a switch to do more pure client side development (JS, JQuery, Knockout, etc. ).
Node.js is a hot topic and everything I read and hear about on it is very positive. I want to learn all I can about it.
Unfortunately, my development environment at my home office (side business) and in my Web Developer full time job systems are on the MS/Windows stack.
Any suggestions on where I should go to learn node.js on Windows platform?
Do you think this book can help an ASP.Net C# MS Web Developer learn the basics of node.js?