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  1. What About Adding Node.js As Another Tutorial In The Server-Side Languages? to complete the chain of JavaScript and to teach the newer, modern and the attractive part of the language...why not? I am not recommending specific framework W3SCHOOLS can choice any of the available, but please the best! WHY ADDING: I am not here to explain the power of Node.js...Please Google this WHY IT'S NECESSARY: Large companies are using and coming to Node e.g...[Google this also ], and large apps are written with it[Do Not Forget Our friend..Google]. not only it's "Popular", but also fast(because of the non-blocking I/O, being V8 based and more[Google!!!]) THANKS FOR: ADDING NODE AS THE THIRD LANGUAGE
  2. I have been toying with web development for 10+years using tools like MUSE to make it easier. That has become so unsatisfying. So I am wanting to learn both client-side and server-side languages by creating a large robust database driven application that runs completely in the cloud. This app will be somewhat like a service desk app in that it will take in much data and based upon each user input, will cause a multitude of actions such as: contacting by email a person to handle the case, open a case file and place it within one of several appropriate scenarios in order to properly bring the case to resolve. Each of these scenarios will have its own ("to-do) list, case management and personnel notification. From this limited information, are you able to render a conclusion as to whether or not I can do this all in the web, or will I have to learn another programming language (ie. C+, C#) that will have to be compiled and executed on the clients local device? Thanks for your help! Doc
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