This is the index part on the series of tutorials on Node.js I started. This is about just a single post where you'll get links to all the parts on the series.
This part discusses about 'what is node.js', installing the necessary things to run node.js code on your machine and run the legacy hello world application.
This part discusses about the basic of a HTTP server to implement in Node.js, reads file from OS filesystem, parsing and routing urls with an example.
It describes how to use a NoSql type database (CouchDB) in a node application, how to install a node module.
It describes about Node.js's asynchronous callback system.
It describes about Node's module concept.
It describes about handling and extracting data (both POST and GET way) from a form submission to a HTTP server.
The first sub-part of a more close to complete http server that will handle all usual type of requests.
Edited by kernelcoder, 25 March 2013 - 08:24 AM.