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Node: Up and Running
Node is a way of using JavaScript on the server side - it's relatively new and this slim volume aims at getting you started.
Node is a development on the basic JavaScript engine used in the Chrome browser to allow you to write JavaScript programs to serve HTML and other types of content. Most writers identify its key feature as being its asynchronous nature, but for me its key difference is that it does away with the whole concept of a server. Instead of using JavaScript to control what a full server like Apache does, the JavaScript implements the server. You actually create the server as a JavaScript object. This can leave many web developers very confused when they realize that it's all down to them. There is no default behavior for a Node server.
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