I wrote an article recently that contained a small section on resources for learning Node.js. I have an emotional attachment to these resources because I can reminisce on my experience level when I was using them and think, "Wow, I knew so little".
Therefore, I wanted to extract this section from the article and share it as a standalone post because it's valuable outside the article context. Here it is!
Best Resources for Learning Node.js?
There is an overwhelming amount of material on the internet for learning programming skills. I know how difficult it can be to find tutorials that are worth your time. Therefore, I will list a few of my favorite resources that I have personally used (some that I still use):
- freeCodeCamp - start at the beginning
New to Node.js
- MDN - What is Node and What is Express? - 7 part intro-to-deployment tutorial
- The Complete Node.js Developer Course (3rd Edition) by Andrew Mead on Udemy - 34-hour video course that is worth every penny