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Node Web Development by David Herron

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Chapter 4. Variations on a Simple Application

Now that we've learned about Node modules it's time to put this knowledge to work in building a simple Node web application. In this chapter, we'll keep the application simple, enabling us to explore three different application frameworks for Node. In later chapters we'll do some more complex applications, but before we can walk we must learn to crawl.

So let's get on with it.

Creating a Math Wizard

The simple and concise application we'll work with in this chapter is a Math Wizard that might, with enough user experience, be useful for teaching mathematics to children. Since we didn't have a user experience expert handy, the Math Wizard application is instead only useful for teaching web application development ...

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