The Node Beginner Book by Manuel Kiessling
Great book to start learning Node.
If you are starting out with node JS I would recommend this book.
Mastering Node.js by Sandro Pasquali
An excellent book on the internals of Node.js that covers almost EVERY aspect for producing scalable Network Servers.
It is well written and explains things well. I will say that this is the book that you want if you are trying to learn core Node.
This is a must have book for mastering theory(along with some practice) of Node.js.
I recommend this book for anyone who wants to learn NodeJS. The examples are relevant and up to date.
Like the title of the book suggests, if you’re looking to dive deeper into node.js, this publication is an ideal companion – tackling more important and practical higher-level concepts.
Node: Up and Running by Tom Hughes-Croucher and Mike Wilson
It explains well the single-threaded event model and most architecture patterns.
Short and to the point introduction. Target demographic: novice to cursory knowledge of node and general network programming.
it covers the key principles and gotchas of the Node.js event driven programming model: perfect for an ‘Up and Running’ style book.
This book provides a very clear and concise introduction into getting yourself going with writing node applications.
It provides hands-on examples and clear descriptions to assist you as much as possible.
If you’re looking for a practical approach to learning this, I would highly recommend this to start off with.
Node.js in Action by Mike Cantelon
Quite handy and helps to get a deeper understanding of the framework
It gradually pace through the complex topic and gives you a complete picture of nodejs. This is the book for anyone who is beginners /intermediate /expert
Provides a good overview for Nodejs. It is a good book to start with Nodejs.
It’s good for beginners who already know something about node.
This is actually a well written book that is easy to follow.
This book gives good background on Node.js and details on why things are the way they are.
This book has been a great beginners look at Node.js with some of the ancillary connectors.
There’s some good gems in here. If you are really new to programming, this book will be fine
Sams Teach Yourself Node.js in 24 Hours by George Ornbo
Overall this book makes for good reading
This book is fantastic. If you’re new to NodeJS, and want to get up to speed quickly and build from there, this is the book
I definitely recommend this book to anyone interested in node.
This was a great introduction to Node.js, and very thorough.
This book has done a good job in teaching me how to get going on Node.js
If you’re just getting started with Node, skip everything else––this is the only book you’ll need.
Node.js the Right Way is a great read that quickly demonstrates Node’s flexibility and power.
Wilson delivers a comprehensive introduction that is detailed yet engaging.
This book is a fantastic way to explain Node. I even used some of Jim’s example code in a personal project (especially Chapter 7).
Node Web Development by David Herron
The book is fantastic and awesome for those like me who wish to learn extra about Node and go deeper.
This books exceeds my expectation, very complete and has a very complete demo about this technology, I recommend.
This book is a great step by step guide to get started with NodeJS in no time.
I found it very useful that it provides detailed information on how to install NodeJS on Windows, OS X, Linux, etc.
The book focuses on presenting NodeJS by building an actual application to which new features are added in every chapter.