Here are a list of links that you might find helpful in your Node.js travels. In each case, I’ve provided a brief description of the link / organization / article, so that you have a sense of where you are are headed. If you feel that there is a Node.js link that I should have included in this article, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Critical Node.js Links
Description: Since this is the home page for Node.js, you cannot go wrong here.
Title: Node.js v6.6.0 Documentation
Description:The official documentation for Node.js. Very well organized and easy to read. Almost the most important Node.js documentation you can read if you are getting started.
Description: It’s hard to imagine doing anything with node without the use of NPM. This is the official home page of NPM, and a great starting point.
Title: Homebrew. The better way to install Node.js on Mac OSX
Description: I’m being a little opinionated here (ok. I’m being a lot opinionated). But, for Mac users, Homebrew is the way to go when you install Node.js (sorry Windows users, you are stuck with scoop : – )
Title: Built in Node.js – startups, apps, projects using Node
Description: A great way to learn about who is using Node.
Title: npm Weekly
Description: Find out what npm has been working on, thinking about, and talking about every week. A great newsletter if you are into NPM.
Title: node weekly
Description: A free, once–weekly e-mail round-up of Node.js news and articles. Another awesome newsletter if you are into Node.
Other Helpful Node.js Links
Title: Node Tutorials on scotch.io
Description: scotch.io tutorials are very easy to read. The site is in general a great resource for learning about a number of web development technologies. Fortunately, they are passionate about Node!