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Node Js Projects

A project based practical guide to create dynamic server-side applications
3.0 (3 ratings)
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Created by Packt Publishing
Last updated 11/2016
English
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  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Explore design patterns in Node.js
  • Build solid architectures by following test-driven development
  • Look beyond web applications and create your own desktop app with Node.js
  • Develop single page applications using Node.js with AngularJS, Ember.js, and Backbone.js
  • Master the Express framework and build a complete site with a real database
  • Create a real-time and fully functional online chat application with Socket.IO
  • Utilize the enormous range of Gulp plugins
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Requirements
  • If you are looking to create stunning real-time applications that leverage Node.js 6.X, then this is the ideal course for you.
  • This video takes a project-based approach, where every project will build up your Node.js skillset. By the end of the video, you will be able to create your own server-side applications using Node.js.
Description

Node Js is the most popular framework to create server-side applications with, be it web, desktop, or mobile. Covering a wide variety of applications from simple to complex responsive ones, this course will show you how you can create applications from scratch using Node.js 6.X.

While building these applications, we’ll employ several other frameworks and you’ll get a solid understanding of how to integrate and use other frameworks in tandem with Node.JS 6.X. You’ll create a data intensive application with MongoDB, use AngularJS to create a front-end application, and utilize Bootstrap to create a truly responsive web app. We will also show you how to use socket frameworks with your Node.js applications.

About The Author

Fernando Monteiro is a full-stack engineer, speaker, and open source contributor. He has built and made some of his personal projects open source, such as Responsive Boilerplate, Frontend Boilerplate, Angm-Generator, and TrelloMetrics, written in AngularJS, Node.js, Less, and SASS.

With around 16 years of experience in information technology, his current focus is on web and mobile JavaScript applications. He has a strong understanding and experience with all phases of the software engineering life cycle, including source control, design, build/release, and automated testing.

He has worked as a manager of e-commerce, and a UX designer for various companies and products, including mobile applications.

When not programming, Fernando enjoys riding Harley Davidson bikes, making his own beer, and watching movies with his family.


Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for JavaScript developers with some basic knowledge of Node.js.
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Changing the Application's Structure
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Restructuring the Views Folder Using Partials
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In this video we will add some template files for login, sign-up, and profile screens.

Adding Templates for Login, Sign-Up, and Profile
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Refactoring the app.js File with the New Middleware
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Adding Config and Passport Files
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Creating Models Folder, Adding a User Schema, and Protecting Routes
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Instead of using the routes folder to create the route and functions of the comments file, we will use another format and create the controllers folder in this video.

Creating the Controllers Folder
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Creating User Scheme and Band Schema
02:22

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Creating the Database on MySQL and Checking Database Tables
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In this video we will create the controls for the models User and Band. We will also see how to create the application templates/views.

Creating Application Controllers, Templates, and Views
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Adding Style, Routes, and a Controller to the Application
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Creating a Data Source and Connecting Models to It
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Using the API Explorer
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Adding Database Relations
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Dealing with LoopBack Boot Files
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Consuming the API
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Creating React Components
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Creating New Feedbacks
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Refactoring the Application Folder
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Refactoring the Client Folder
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In this video, we will create the AngularJS application.

Creating the AngularJS Application
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We can add content to the application in two ways. This video will only focus on the one where we use migration file.

Adding Content to the Application
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