Whether you’re new to the programming world or old, Following some of these blogs can always put you on the edge of your seat and keep your head in the game!
Here is a curated list of the top 14 blogs focused on node.js content.
- The Dev Community Blog
- QuickCode Blog
- NodeWeekly Blog
- Reddit for Node.js
- FreeCodeCamp Blog
- HackerNoon Blog
- Stackify’s Blog
- The NodeSource Blog
- SitePoint | Node.js
- Codeforgeek | Node.js tutorials
- ToTheNew Blog
- HowToNode Blog
1.The Dev Community Blog
With articles, tutorials, and projects, The Dev Community is one of the best places to share and learn Node.js along with other developers.
The best thing about this one is the interaction. You can ask questions and start discussions. Another bonus is it’s active! With almost daily posts, we know you won’t get bored anytime soon!
QuickCode is a blog from Medium.com. QuickCode provides free online courses and tutorials for learning any programming language. Their interactive and detailed course on Node.js is among the best resources online.
NodeWeekly is an aggregator for node.js blog posts, one of the most popular blogs dedicated to providing news and articles related to Node.js. This blog is updated every week with one post. All the posts talk about the current news related to Node.js, coding, and its tools, descriptive articles and tutorials.
4.Reddit for Node.js
Reddit is probably the most known website for people who like to share their opinions and have discussions with complete strangers. It is widely popular and ranks 5th among the top most visited sites in the US.
Reddit for Node.js is a subreddit where you can find many posts, discussions, tutorials and questions/answers related to Node.js.
FreeCodeCamp is a popular blog that offers many online courses related to different programming languages for free. They provide Node.js courses and, as of recently, podcasts where you can learn by building projects.
Another really cool feature is that you can get certificates for completion of those courses.
RisingStack is an organization that provides training and services like support and development for languages. Their blog provides useful posts for learning new things about Node.js. It is updated with new posts every few weeks.
7- HackerNoon Blog
HackerNoon is a tech community where more than 70,000 people post articles for more than 8 million readers monthly. Their posts provide information on every topic related to Node.js.
It is updated on a daily basis with multiple posts in a single day.
Stackify’s blog is a great source for useful information on Node.js. Stackify provides tools to help dev teams improve and monitor the performance of their applications.
9.The NodeSource Blog
NodeSource is a company that provides a wide range of products that improve application performance and security. Their blog offers articles, how-tos and community discussions about node.js. They are pretty active with about two posts per week so they will keep you entertained!
10.SitePoint | Node.js
SitePoint is one of the largest online communities of web professionals. Whether you’re a web developer or web designer. You will find something that suits you!
11.Codeforgeek | Node.js tutorials
Codeforgeek is a programming blog dedicated to providing high-quality development tutorial on Node.js, ExpressJs, AngularJS, Databases and much more. It is suitable for beginners and professionals.
Not sure if I can call it a blog. However, this is where you will find the most recent updates. Definitely worth a mention!
ToTheNew is an IT company that provides end-to-end Product Engineering and Digital Transformation to their clients. They have articles that are very useful for developers.
Although not really active anymore. HowToNode is a community supported blog that is dedicated to providing information about how to perform different tasks using Node.js. This blog is considered to be a library filled with important concepts of Node.js. The articles posted on this blog are very informative and useful for newbies who are just starting out!
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