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Your first cup of CoffeeScript, Part 4: Using CoffeeScript on the server
This series explores the popular CoffeeScript programming language, which is built on top of JavaScript. CoffeeScript compiles into JavaScript that is efficient and consistent with many best practices. You can run this JavaScript in a web browser or use it with technologies such as Node.js for server applications. In previous parts of this series, you learned the benefits of CoffeeScript, set up the development environment, exercised many of the features, and wrote the client-side code for a real application using CoffeeScript. In this final part of the series, it's time to write the server-side CoffeeScript.
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Articles 21 Feb 2012
Your first cup of CoffeeScript, Part 3: Using CoffeeScript on the client
This series explores the popular CoffeeScript programming language, which is built on top of JavaScript. CoffeeScript compiles into JavaScript that is efficient and consistent with many best practices. You can run this JavaScript in a web browser or use it with technologies such as Node.js for server applications. Part 1 of this series explained how to get started with CoffeeScript and explained the perks for developers. Part 2 described how to use CoffeeScript to solve several programming problems. This article explains how to create a complete application using CoffeeScript.
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Articles 14 Feb 2012
Your first cup of CoffeeScript, Part 2: Learn the language with hands-on examples
This series explores the popular CoffeeScript programming language, which is built on top of JavaScript. In Part 1, you learned about the perks for developers, set up the CoffeeScript compiler, and used it to create code that was ready to run in a browser or server. In this article, wade deeper into the CoffeeScript language. Use CoffeeScript to solve several programming problems, with a mathematical flavor to them, from Project Euler. Example source code is provided.
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Articles 07 Feb 2012
Your first cup of CoffeeScript, Part 1: Getting started
There's a lot of hype and fuss about CoffeeScript, a new programming language built on top of JavaScript. CoffeeScript offers a clean syntax that should appeal to those who like Python or Ruby. It also provides many functional programming features inspired by languages such as Haskell and Lisp. CoffeeScript compiles into efficient JavaScript, and in addition to running the JavaScript in a web browser, you can use it with technologies such as Node.js for server applications. In this first article of a four-part series, get started with CoffeeScript and learn about the perks for developers. You will set up the CoffeeScript compiler and use it to create code that's ready to run in a browser or server.
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Articles 06 Dec 2011

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