NodeJs: Beginner Practical Guide - E-Commerce Web API 
What you'll learn
- Real World Backend RESTful API For E-Commerce Platform Ready for Mobile or Web E-Shop Application
- Interactive course like real-world job by assigning tasks and reviewing them with Pull Requests
- Express & Mongoose Middleware
- Advanced Mongoose Queries and Relationships Between Database Collections
- Login & Register Users - JWT/Cookie Authentication
- File Upload & Multiple File Upload
- API Security (XSS protection, Rate Limiting)
- Store and retrieve complex data in MongoDB
- Use MongoDB in Cloud
- Full E-Commerce project to add to your portfolio
- Basic knowledge with NodeJs Basics
What is Node.js?
Why Should learn Node?
Node is great for prototyping and agile development as well as building super fast and highly scalable apps; Companies like Uber and PayPal use Node in production to build applications because it requires fewer people and less code. Plus, Node has the largest ecosystem of open-source libraries, so you don’t have to build everything from scratch.
You learn in this course how to use MongoDB without installing extra tools, MongoDB is now on the cloud, so you will store your database in a safe place!
This is not a reading documentation course. You have here a real-world project to learn from, and you will see the exact place of every feature of every technology used in this course.
What you’ll get when you sign up for this course:
5 hours of HD videos, complete with exercises and solutions
A real-world project: you'll build the back-end for an E-Shop, not a dummy to-do app!
No more wasted time on lengthy courses or out-of-date tutorials
Up-to-date and practical information and solutions (no fluff!)
The opportunity to learn at your own pace - lifetime access - so take your time if you prefer
Expert tips to become a Node rockstar
The best practices and common pitfalls to avoid
Watch on any device
Certificate of completion to present to your employer
You’ll learn to:
Confidently build RESTful services (APIs) using Node.js, Express.js, and MongoDB Atlas
Employ the best practices for Node.js
Avoid common mistakes
What we’ll cover:
Node module system
Node Package Manager (NPM)
Useful ES6+ features
Implementing CRUD operations
Storing complex data in MongoDB
Authentication and authorization
Handling and logging errors the right way
This course is including the building of the Backend API and all operations on the database, we are not doing frontend here
Check out my other courses to connect these API's and build the frontend of the E-Shop with frontend technologies
This course is for you if:
You’re a back-end developer and want to add new technology to your stack.
You’re a front-end developer and want to transition to full-stack development.
You’ve tried other Node.js tutorials and found them to be too slow, out-of-date, and boring!
Having Node.js on your resume helps you find more jobs and make more money.
And not only this, you will have optional tasks to do and we can review them for you! Just pick up one task from the board and create the pull request to get the review, to be like in a real-world experience!
Who this course is for:
- You’re a backend developer familiar with backend development
- You’re a front-end developer and want to transition to full-stack development.
- Having Node on your resume helps you find more jobs and make more money.
- Having a big API project to add to your profile
I'm Fadi, Full-stack web developer and living in the heart city of Europe, Prague !
I'm a full-stack web developer and designer with a passion for building beautiful things from scratch. I've been building websites and apps since 2008 and also have a Master's degree in Software Engineering from Universidad de Sevilla, Spain.
It was in college where I first discovered my passion for teaching and helping others by sharing all I knew. And that passion brought me to be a teacher in my university and also in private big institutes,
I love working with machines , I like PLC's and HMI's , I am always trying to deliver application which they are building the communication between the Human and the Machine
My 10+ years of experience after graduation have boiled my professional values down to the following:
:: Talent is overestimated, hard work is much more important; I strongly believe-in and practice “Hard work”.
:: Learning never stops, I’m always anxious to learn new stuff and to acquire new skills.
:: Have to be multi-language person; so I learned to speak nerdy engineer, team, coordinator, manager, trainer and presenter.
:: Acquiring skills are not as important as knowing how to deploy them in helping both business and others.