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AWS EC2 Web Console Tutorial: Node.js Hello World Server

Note: This blog post is part of the course AWS Intro Node University. You can follow the text tutorial here or watch my free preview video screencasts, or watch the entire course as a Node University premium member. Node is a fast performing non-blocking I/O JavaScript run-time platform which is...

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AWS EC2 Web Console Tutorial: Creating WordPress in Minutes

This blog post is part of the course AWS Intro Node University. You can follow the text tutorial here or watch my free preview video screencasts, or watch the entire course as a Node University premium member. Did you know that roughly 80–90% of all the websites on the internet is powered by a...

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Deploying Node and Mongo Containers on Amazon Web Services Elastic Container Service (AWS ECS)

This blog post is part of the course Node in Production with Docker and AWS at Node University. You can follow the text tutorial here or watch my video screencasts on Node University. In this tutorial, we will Deploy two containers (API and DB) which connect using ECR and EC2 ECS. If you are...

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Dockerizing Node and Connecting Multiple Containers

Dockerizing Node and Connecting Multiple Containers This blog post is part of the course Node in Production with Docker and AWS at Node University. In this tutorial, we will build Node app images and run Docker containers in development and production modes. Here’s an...

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Node Toolchain for Newbies: The Best Node Tools and Libraries to Increase Productivity

I get this question very often: “What tools would you recommend for Node development?” Software engineers love to optimize and increase productivity instead of wasting their time. I bet you are one of them! Read on to find out the best Node tools for development. IDEs/code...

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Start Learning Node: Understanding Async Code by Building Weather Forecast CLI Tool

Understanding non-blocking I/O and asynchronous code is the biggest, most often misunderstood problem for an experienced developer who is trying to learn Node. This is partially due to the fact that most of the programming is taught and done in the synchronous way. In this quick and easy article,...

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Node for PHP Developers

This is the second post in the series, “Node for X Developers”, which includes Node for Java Developers. PHP is ubiquitous. It powers most of the web thanks to widely popular content management systems (CMS) applications like WordPress, Joomla!, and Drupal which were built on PHP. I myself...

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Node for Java Developers

The biggest audience for my Node.js workshops, courses and books (especially when I’m teaching live) is Java developers. You see, it used to be that Java was the only language professional software developers/engineers had to know. Not anymore. Node.js as well as other languages like Go,...

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ES7 and ES8 Features

Recently I wrote a blog post and even created an online course on ES6/ES2015. Guess what? TC39—the mighty overseer of JavaScript—is moving forward with ES8 so let’s cover ES7 and ES8 (or ES2016 and ES2017 officially). Luckily, they are much, much, much smaller than the best of a standard that was...

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Top ES6/ES2015 Features Course

The Top ES6/ES2015 Features course will teach you 12 most used and most useful features in the new standard of JavaScript. ES6 is the biggest change to the JavaScript in many years. Learn ES6 today to start using the programming language of the future now. You will learn pretty much everything...

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