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Jonathan Wexler
  • MEAP began September 2022
  • Publication in Spring 2023 (estimated)
  • ISBN 9781633439184
  • 275 pages (estimated)
  • printed in black & white
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This book gives a great introduction into building small applications with Node. It's a great springboard and shows the versatility of working with JavaScript on the server.

Clive Herber, CTO, DistortedThinking
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Node.js brings JavaScript to server-side programming, so you can build the back- and front-ends in the same language. In this hands-on guide, you’ll find 15 fast and fresh projects that will help you go from front-end to full-stack.

In Tiny Node Projects you’ll learn:

  • Building full stack Node.js apps
  • Using the latest JavaScript syntax in the context of server development
  • Interchanging libraries and databases across projects
  • Creating data schemas and connect to Node.js ORMs
  • Adding machine learning to a Node.js app
  • Thinking like a project owner, and building an app with team collaboration in mind
  • Deploying a finished project

In Tiny Node Projects you’ll exercise your Node.js skills by creating a collection of interesting projects. It introduces industry-standard tools and libraries for Node.js and puts them into practice as you create an email marketing service, an e-commerce store, a machine learning powered sentiment analyzer, and more. Every project is work-relevant, so employers will be excited to see them in your portfolio!

about the technology

Node.js supercharges your web development. Its prebuilt packages and tools make it a breeze to create serious modern apps, including important features like content management, video streaming, and even data processing! It’s the go-to tool for anyone who wants to write server code in JavaScript, making it a must-learn for any serious web developer!

about the book

Tiny Node Projects is packed with exciting Node.js projects that are quick to create and work just like professional apps. Each chapter contains a different standalone project that you could easily adapt into a real product for a real client. You’ll be encouraged to think about the business logic and planning, and lots of diagrams and visualizations help detangle complex Node.js topics. A handy reference appendix is full of in-depth explanations for using popular tooling with Node!

about the reader

For Node.js novices and veterans alike! If you’re new to Node, the book’s beginner projects will quickly get you up to speed with the framework. If you’re already a Node pro, you’ll find projects that spark your creativity and refresh your ideas on what Node can accomplish.

about the author

Jonathan Wexler spent over a decade building web applications and currently works as a tech lead at Meta. He has led workshops and courses on Node.js as a coding bootcamp director and virtual sessions at Bloomberg and Node NYC meetups. He is the author of Get Programming with Node.js.

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