Gaynes begins by showing you how to quickly set up Node.js and each of these complementary tools: Express (Ease of Use); Body-Parser (Form values); EJS (Views); CodeMon (Code Changes / Run Updates); Bower (UI); Bootstrap (styling), Passport (Auth); Memory-Cache (persistence); and databases (MSSQL and MySQL). Next, using clear examples, he explains Node.js's async model, coding approach, and request/response paradigm; site structure, data management, security, and more. He concludes with a full chapter of solutions to common errors Microsoft developers make when they first adopt Node.js.
Node.js for .NET Developers will help you apply all hard-won .NET skills to Node.js -- building web solutions that are more responsive, perform better, and cost less.
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