A Very Simple HTTP Server

Our new chapter is focused on getting an HTTP server working. We consider whether to use the bare metal Node.js HTTP library or a more advanced framework such as Express. I take a moment to spike the Node.js code off-camera, then we review it together. Along the way, we discuss what TDD can do—and what it can’t do—when you’re learning a new technology.

  1. LL3Integration Testing a Node.js Web Server

    Sat, 1 Sep ’12
  2. LL8Automatopia

    Fri, 30 Nov ’12
  3. E9A Very Simple HTTP Server

    Fri, 3 Aug ’12
  4. E10Test-Driving an HTTP Server

    Mon, 6 Aug ’12
  5. E11Lots of Learning

    Wed, 8 Aug ’12
  6. E12Our First Client/Server Test

    Fri, 10 Aug ’12
  7. E13A Basic “Hello World” Server

    Mon, 13 Aug ’12
  8. E14Polishing Up the Server

    Wed, 15 Aug ’12
  9. E15Enforce the Node Version

    Fri, 17 Aug ’12
  10. E16Make Them Read Your Crap

    Mon, 20 Aug ’12