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Technology progresses at such breakneck pace that keeping up with it requires dedicated and ongoing effort. Just because you know the ins and outs of Node JS development doesn’t mean that your current skill set will allow you to work on interesting projects a few years down the road. That’s how quickly things change in software development.
To get you started, we’ve put together this list of the top 10 best Node JS newsletters that you need to know about. Even though each Node JS newsletter on this list deserves your attention, you shouldn’t feel obliged to subscribe to all of them. Instead, we recommend you pick just a few you like the most and try them for a while.
The Node JS Foundation is on a mission to enable widespread adoption and help accelerate the development of Node JS and other related modules. The foundation is built on an open governance model, and it consists of over a dozen working groups, 18 members of the Technical Steering Committee, and more than 2,000 contributors from around the world. Because the Node JS Foundation is essentially responsible for the future of Node JS, it makes sense to subscribe to its newsletter, which is circulated once a month.
WebTools Weekly describes itself as a front-end development and web design newsletter with a focus on tools. Each issue of WebTools Weekly contains a weekly round-up of various apps, scripts, plugins, and other resources, as well as a brief tip or tutorial, to help front-end developers solve problems and build great websites. Over 11,000 people have subscribed to this newsletter so far, and their number is steadily increasing.
There are many reasons to use Node JS in game development, including the number of free tools available, easy code sharing and reuse, or better efficiency and overall developer productivity, just to name a few. When combined with technologies like HTML5, WebGL, and various canvas libraries, including PlayCanvas and Origami.js, Node JS can be used to create even fairly sophisticated multiplayer games, such as those that are frequently featured in Gamedev.js Weekly.
Pony Foo Weekly is a popular newsletter that discusses interesting and trending topics related to web development. Pony Foo was founded in 2012 as an online blog featuring posts from its founder, Nicolás Bevacqua and contributing writers. The newsletter was launched four years after that, and its popularity has only been increasing since then.
Next.js News isn’t really a Node.js newsletter, but it’s so good that we decided to include it in our list as a bonus.
The Next.js News contains everything you need to keep yourself updated on the Next.js ecosystem: new and upcoming features, best articles, tools, and plugins.
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