I am new in backend and want to go with nodeJS

kulu123z profile image KULDIP MOCHI ・1 min read

Hello, guys, I am new in the backend. I want to start with nodeJS can some say me some good resources for that. I am good self-learner. I am thankful if you suggest me some article or blog or maybe video also.


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I am also Comparatively New To Web dev but Have completed Nodejs.
Try this -

Its a full playlist and this Channel is HIGHLY recommeded to all the Beginners.
Hope it HELPS!


I personally think that code along videos like the ones free-code-camp offers are one of the best if not the best. Another method I would recommend is by making simple web apps like a todo-list using ejs and mongoDB. This really helps in grasping the basic concepts like post requests and CRUD operations.


Try starting to know the very basic concepts of nodejs and what it is. Then, for a more practical approach, i would recommend the Steve Griffith's playlist about node from the beginning.



I started backend a week ago, and was absolutely befuddled at how different Node.js is to working on the frontend. I hugely recommend this video that helped me clear my mind


The production value is excellent and there are some fun memes too!


What a coincidence, I am doing that too.
I have been Doing frontend Quite bit now and I thought I was ready to Try Backend and Started Node.js Just yesterday. Am glad to view the Replays since it will benefit me too.


Well, first of all, you need to know what is Event Loop, how it works with async/sync operations nodejs.org/en/docs/guides/event-lo...
After it, investigate official documentation there are all that you need.
And I think it would be good if you will practice with express.js or nest.js frameworks and create a REST server


I think this udemy.com/course/the-complete-node... one is a good start..😊

Good luck..πŸ‘πŸ‘



This is my new channel where I am starting to post videos on backend importantly.


Regardless the tech you want to use. This is a good resource to learn robertheaton.com/2020/04/06/system...


go for it dont even look back


Might be useful,

All the best


Do the world a favour and don't go with NodeJS.


As there are ones here who say both yay and nay, I will start with why?


I used code academy their nodejs and expressjs information is pretty good, although my current employers use python for their backend so I havent used node too much