This is the first article in series of Developing SSG using Node.
Hi and welcome! I hope you are not angry on me, because I am going to take your half Saturday for this session on NodeJS. Actually, this is a first session on NodeJS. There will be two other sessions on NodeJS, going to be arranges on next Saturdays. But, you only have to attend if you like this one ( or your manager says to attend! ).
So, let's get started. As I said, there will be total three sessions on NodeJS as follow -
- NodeJS: An Introduction and SSG.
- NodeJS: Web and Issue Tracking System.
- NodeJS: Desktop and ToDo Application.
Speaking NodeJS is too mouthful for me. So, I am going to use Node only. The syntax used in making a name of session is like -
NodeJS: [Domain] and [Project]
Meaning that, in first session we are going to get an introduction to Node and while taking an introductory tour we will build a project called SSG or Static Site Generator. In second session, we will take a detour tour in Web by developing an Issue Tracking System. And finally, we will complete the third session by taking a look at how Node can be useful on developing desktop applications. And while taking a look, we will going to build one small ToDo application.
Are you ready? Let's get started.