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Serverless Applications with Node.js: Prerequisites for reading book

 
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Hi Slobodan and Aleksandar,

What basic understandings are required to work through your pizzeria application in your book? I'm guessing you need a good understanding of JavaScript?

Your book looks to be a great example on how to build a real-world serverless app.

Thanks!
 
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Hi Carl,

If you are a web developer comfortable with JavaScript and Node.js (for example, you know how to use Node, NPM and maybe basic Express.js) you should be able to follow everything in the book without significant issues. Basic knowledge of AWS is nice-to-have, but it shouldn't be a blocker for you.

We tried to make our book beginner friendly, and I would love to hear your feedback if we managed to do that.

Cheers!
 
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