Node.js in 7 Days
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In this video, we see where to get Node.js from, what version you probably want to use, how to install it, and how to install and set up VS Code to edit your Node applications.
Get to know where to get NodeJS and VS Code
Know what version of Node.js you should use
Install Node.js and VS Code
In this video, we cover the Node Package Manager, what it is, why it exists, and how we can use it to download packages for our Node.js projects.
Explore what npm is and why it exists
Know what packages we can get and how to get them
Learn whether there are any alternatives to npm
What is an arrow function?
Go through the examples and see how the `this` keyword is bound
Know where you should use arrow functions
Node.js is a good fit for a HTTP web server. We cover Node’s HTTP module and how to use it.
Explore Node’s HTTP module
Create an HTTP server
Learn about serving local files
- No prior knowledge of Node .js is required.
Node.js is a popular choice for teams that need to design, build, test, deploy, maintain, and monitor large-scale distributed systems.
This course will give you a firm basis from where to get started and work on your own projects with Node.js. Each section is followed by a hands-on, practical assignment as homework to help you readily implement what you've learned in a functional manner. From learning the basics move on to create a Webserver. Learn the newest method for asynchronous development thus advancing your knowledge in getting familiar with Authentication.
Finally, you’ll debug and test Node.js using common tools. If you are looking to upgrade your Node.js skills in the quickest possible time, then this course is for you!
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