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Chapitre 1 Introduction to MEANThis chapter begins with a brief introduction to the MEAN stack and is then a deep step by step guide on how to install and run MongoDB, NodeJS, NPM both on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It's the perfect starting point for newcomers. I will simply add that it's a better practice ? to install NodeJS using Node Version Manager (nvm) that with the official installation software.Chapter 2 - Getting Started with NodeJSAfter a brief history of why Ryan Dahl created NodeJS the author dives into explaining event-driven programming. You will learn how work an event loop and how a webserver with a non-blocking event-loop (nginx) differs from a blocking web-server (apache) in terms of concurrent access performance and memory consumption. Then you'll take a look at closures and why they are useful in callbacks. Finally you'll learn how to write your first NodeJS http server along with your first connect middleware.Chapter 3 - Building an Express Web AppTime to go to the next step : writing your first Express application, managing sessions, using a template engine (EJS) and a routing scheme. This chapter takes the reader by the hand and is really descriptive on how to organize your application folder architecture and write your first application.However instead of using configuration files by environments (e.g. production, staging and development) I would recommend the reader to use environment variables (using a module like common-env + autoenv) since it's a way more flexible approach. Another missing point is to warn the reader to add a "private:true" inside its package.json file otherwise it could publish its application on npm by mistake.
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