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.js has only been around since 2009 or 2010).
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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. VSCode has some additional capabilities that make debugging Node.