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Node.js in Action by Mike Cantelon, Marc Harter, T.J. Holowaychuk and Nathan Rajlich

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Chapter 14. The Node ecosystem

This chapter covers

  • Finding online help with Node
  • Collaborating on Node development using GitHub
  • Publishing your work using the Node Package Manager

To get the most out of Node development, you need to know where to go for help and how to share your contributions with the rest of the community.

As in most open source communities, the development of Node and related projects happens via online collaboration. Many developers work together to submit and review code, document projects, and report bugs. When developers are ready to release a new version of Node, it’s published on the official Node website. When a release-worthy third-party module has been created, it can be published to the npm repository to ...

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