July 3, 2020

24 Free Node.js Tutorials & Online Guides

JavaScript was original created as a frontend language for dynamic website effects. Although it’s still used in this way, newer libraries are pushing the boundaries of what can be accomplished through JS scripting.

In a previous article I covered AngularJS resources for building dynamic web applications. Node.js is a similar open source library with even more detailed features.

This gallery includes 24 tutorials, guides, and websites dedicated to teaching Node.js. These resources are perfect for any developer who wants to learn more about Node, or a newcomer who just wants to see what all the fuss is about. All of these resources are free to use and should cover more than enough info to get you started building Node.js web applications.

Absolute Beginner’s Guide

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Hello, World

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Server-Side JS

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Node.js for Beginners

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Writing Add-ons

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Social Authentication

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Screen Scraping with Node.js

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Express.js MVC Site

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How-To List

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Real Time Chat

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Resumable Video Upload

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HTTP Mock Testing

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RESTful API Design

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Ajax File Upload

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Search Bar using MySQL

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Basic HTTP Calls

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Facebook Login

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Managing Sessions

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Node.js and MongoDB

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Express.js with MongoDB

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Node School

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Realtime Node.js Webapp

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