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7 Tips to Make Life Easier in Node.js

12.31.2013
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A recent post from Faisal Abid at medium.com has compiled a list of seven tips for those who are new to Node.js. He calls it "stuff I wish I knew when I started." The list covers a lot of common pitfalls in Node.js - or the pitfalls Abid ran into, at least - sometimes with more general advice, and sometimes with tools and resources to help you get around problems. The tips cover topics such as:

  • Debugging your application
  • Monitoring your application's performance
  • Callback hell

If you're moving into Node.js development, or if you're more experienced and interested in some quick tips on how to solve common problems, or if you just like large LEGO Star Wars pictures, check out Abid's full post.