Andrew Connell

Series: Node.js Development for .NET Developers

As someone who's spent a lot of time working with Node.js, I thought it would be helpful to have some reference posts that helped understand what it's like to develop with Node.js, so here they go.

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    Node.js Development for .NET Developers: Overview

    This post is part of a series of pieces on Node.js Development for .NET Developers. The other posts in this series can be found here: Node.js Development for .NET Developers Over the last few months I’ve had the opportunity to present at a few conferences on the subject of Node.js. No surprise, most of the folks I get to talk to are .NET developers who are interested in learning what Node.
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    Node.js Development for .NET Developers: Tools

    This post is part of a series of pieces on Node.js Development for .NET Developers. The other posts in this series can be found here: Node.js Development for .NET Developers So you’re interested in kicking the tires with Node.js and you’re ready to start coding… what tool do you use? Thankfully you have a ton of options as there’s just so much support for this young platform (Node.
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    Node.js Development for .NET Developers: Developing and Debugging Workflow

    This post is part of a series of pieces on Node.js Development for .NET Developers. The other posts in this series can be found here: Node.js Development for .NET Developers In my previous posts I mentioned the different tools you can use to code in Node.js. Microsoft stepped up to the plate and provided an add-on to Visual Studio for Node.js development. If you want to see the development and debugging story around that, I’d recommend checking out the official page for the tools, as well as their YouTube channel and a good post by John Papa: Get Up and Running with Node & Visual Studio.
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    Node.js Development for .NET Developers: Developing & Debugging Workflow - with Visual Studio Code

    This post is part of a series of pieces on Node.js Development for .NET Developers. The other posts in this series can be found here: Node.js Development for .NET Developers In my previous post I talked about how you can debug Node.js applications regardless of the tool & platform you are using. These days I’m primarily using Visual Studio Code (aka VSCODE) as my primary editor of choice.