Node JS Training and Fundamentals
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Node JS Training and Fundamentals

Node basics and fundamentals to make you ready to create any web app using express, jade and node modules.
3.7 (2,281 ratings)
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41,414 students enrolled
Created by Amir Hassan Azimi
Last updated 9/2015
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This course includes
  • 4.5 hours on-demand video
  • 28 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Understand why Node is important
  • Install Node
  • Understand the event loop
  • Initialize Node.js projects
  • Create modules with getters and setters
  • Start Express applications
  • Test their code
  • Work with sessions and databases
  • Emit events and attaching listeners
  • Control readable streams
Course content
Expand all 32 lectures 04:15:04
+ Intro and Installing Node.js
3 lectures 15:05
Install Node Using Pre-Compiled Binaries
04:18
Install Node Using NVM
05:21
+ Comprehending Node.js
3 lectures 25:46
Node Exploration
07:10
Modules
12:47
Events
05:49
+ NPM Or Node Packaged Modules
3 lectures 23:07
Initializing Package
04:44
Finding Community Packages
07:43
NPM
10:40
+ Working With Modules
3 lectures 27:27
Creating A Module
08:48
Cashing
09:18
Object Creational
09:21
+ Working With Express Framework
6 lectures 44:19
Express
07:25
Handling HTTP Routes
06:23
Navigation Route Options
08:29
RESTful Routes
06:13
Middleware
03:28
Layout with Jade
12:21
+ Unit Testing
4 lectures 34:14
Decouple Code
10:06
Helpers
05:59
Writing Tests
07:02
Supertest
11:07
+ Databases and Sessions
5 lectures 59:22
Database Connection
09:05
Database Query
12:02
Using Sessions
13:41
Authentication
16:10
+ Streams and Events
5 lectures 25:44
Event Emitter
09:48
Reading Files
05:24
Pausing
02:22
Piping
02:41
Duplex Stream
05:29
Requirements
  • JavaScript
  • Command-Line Tool
Description

Node JS a powerful tool for controlling web servers, building applications, and creating event-driven programming and it brings JavaScript, a language familiar to all web developers, into an environment independent of web browsers. Learn all about Node JS and start creating JavaScript applications in this course with me. I show how to install Node JS on Mac, Windows, and dives deep into its modules and Express framework for app development. Learn how to unit test your code, start sessions on web servers, stream data, and create simple command-line tools.

Node JS makes it possible to write JavaScript applications without a web browser. In this course, I will be showing you how to install Node JS on Mac, Windows, how to use frameworks to start web servers and generate HTML output, how to unit test your code to reduce bugs and errors. We will also learn how to stream data and create command line tools in node.

Node JS is a platform built on Chrome's JavaScript runtime for easily building fast, scalable network applications. Node JS uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, perfect for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices so If you can do it in JavaScript you can do it in node.

First there's JaveScript, Node JS is a complete JavaScript environment, so familiarity with the language is essential. Next, we will be using the command line in every lecture. The Node JS interpreter is invoked as a command line tool. I'll be typing the exact commands you'll need to use, but general familiarity with command line interfaces will be helpful.

Finally, I recommend using a good text editor while working along. Most text editors will have syntax highlighting and convenient code completion tools. My favourite text editor is Sublime Text. It's available for Mac, Windows, and Linux, and can be evaluated for free.

Who this course is for:
  • If you have written JavaScript codes before this course is for you
  • If you want to build awesome web application using Node.js this course is for you
  • If you want to build event driven web application, something that other web languages don't offer this course is for you
  • If you want to work with JavaScript for back-end as well as front-end this is the right course for you
  • If you want to work with JavaScript without using a browser, this is the right course for you
  • If you don't know the basics and fundamentals of JavaScript, this isn't the right course for you
  • If you have heard awesome thing about Node.js, this is the right course for you because we are going to explore most of them in this course