How Should I Start a Local Node Server?


Part of Screencast Series: Exploring Development Workflows


Published March 2016

Exploring the most common and correct Node workflows

With so many ways to start local a node server, it can seem confusing as to which one is the right way. The truth is, there are many ways to start one because there is no right way. Let’s explore some of the common node server techniques and how to instantiate them.

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