LEARNING NODE.JS WITH A BEGINNER LIKE YOU!
something we should know about software development before we dive right in.
A major drift is taking place right now in the practice of software development, and Node.js is at the forefront of them both.
One, software is becoming asynchronous, everything happening at the same time, no developer wants to see that unnecessary reloads when making a request or waiting for a response to an API call, you still want to adopt the asynchronous programming techniques.
Node.js is just sitting somewhere in the middle of all these trends, and it’s ready to do even more and get bigger.
Today I can answer those questions and also share my little idea with others.
First Why Node.js?
Will it be possible to learn Node.js?
Yes, as a growing technology, there are lots of resources, some, good and some, bad, some intently focused on serving up web resources. The web is a great place to start off, but does it have every content? Sadly No, this article is that way too, it won’t tell you all you need to know about Node.js. But try discussing with friends, attend meet ups, sure no man is an island and no one can know it all, but get your hands on small personal project will surely give-in a lot more, as people will say “programming or coding is a self-thought thing”, so get ready and dive right into communities.
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