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Node News Monday, May 28
- Top 15 Effective Node.Js Tools Web Developers Shouldn’t Miss
-  +  –  === 9!? Looking into assembly code of coercion. – wanago.io – Marcin Wanago Blog
- Best Node.js tutorials, courses & books 2018 – ReactDOM
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- It has troubles with very big numbers, so it should not be considered an alternative to Math.floor(which will also do a typecast): – – You can convert values to strings using a toStringfunction.
- Implementation of this function differs between returns a number converted to String (you can pass appendix as a first Objects have internal value called [[Class]].
- Try overriding toString function here: – – Coercion is also a reason why abstract equality comparison (==) might be considered a bad practice since it is attempting to coerce values if their types dont match.
- Check out this example for an interesting fact about the comparison: – – Because we used thenew keyword here, foo and foo2 both preserved wrappers around their native value (which is foo).
- Learn Node by Wes Bos will teach you how to build apps using Node.js, MongoDB, and Express.
- This is the best Node.js tutorial for beginners in 2018 – – The Complete Node.js Developer Course by Andrew Mead & Rob Percival teaches Node.js by building real-world applications.
- Beginner Full Stack Web Development: HTML, CSS, React & Node by Mark Price will teach you the MERN (MongoDB, Express, React & Node) stack.
- Full stack Universal React with Redux, Nodejs and MongoDB by Marco Tomasello will teach you how to make full applications with ReactJS and Node.js.
- Node.js in Action by Alex R. Young, Bradley Meck, Mike Cantelon, Tim Oxley, Marc Harter, TJ Holowaychuk and Nathan Rajlich guides you through all the features, techniques, and concepts youll need to build production-quality Node applications.
Top Node Courses
The Complete Node.js Developer Course (2nd Edition) (60,232 students enrolled)By Andrew Mead
- Build, test, and launch Node apps
- Create Express web servers and APIs
- Store data with Mongoose and MongoDB
- Deploy your Node apps to production
- Create real-time web apps with SocketIO
Angular (Angular 2+) & NodeJS - The MEAN Stack Guide (26,806 students enrolled)By Maximilian Schwarzmüller
- Build real Angular + NodeJS applications
- Understand how Angular works and how it interacts with Backends
- Connect any Angular Frontend with a NodeJS Backend
- Use MongoDB with Mongoose to interact with Data on the Backend
- Use ExpressJS as a NodeJS Framework
- Provide a great user experience by using Optimistic Updating on the Frontend
- Improve any Angular (+ NodeJS) application by adding Error Handling