With Node.js's increasing popularity, there are literally thousands of opportunities for developers who are trained in the technology. Access these opportunities after taking this course, or simply use the information for yourself to build your personal inventory of skills and abilities.
You are encouraged to code along with expert instructor Zeke Nierenberg, as you start with the very basics of Node.js and learn the features available in this powerful technology.
In this course we are going to learn about Node.js and find out some of the things that the program allows you to do differently.
Command lines are very usefull tools while using Node. In this video you will learn how to write prompts in a command line and how to receive the data from these prompts.
Node allows you to use existing code within your own project. In this video you will learn how to incorporate other people's code inside of your own Node Project
In this video you will learn how to share functions between different Node.js files by using export modules.
In this video you will learn how to write different web services by utilizing the requests and response functions.
Mapping Requests are very useful in the Node program. In this video you will learn how to create a static web server that can read files from directories.
Express is a simple Node based template for creating web servers. In this video you will learn how to easily create a web server by utilizing the express framework that Node has.
In this video you will learn how to create a web server for both dynamic and static content.
Organization is key to a successful web server. In this video you will learn how to use the EJS template library with an express web server to keep your projects organized.
MongoDB is a cross-platform document-oriented database system. In this video you will learn how to use the MongoDB system within your Node.js projects.
In this video you will learn how to build a Node express app that works with MongoDB to store and serve content.
Node allows you to use the Mongoose ORM to control MongoDB. In this video you will learn how simple it can be to do so
Composed data structures, such as lists, dictionaries and tuples can be nested. In this video you will learn how to use Mongoose in a Node web app to build a nested data structure.
In this video you will learn how to build express Middleware to validate requests in Node.
Basic Access Authentication is a method for an HTTP user agent to provide a username and password when making a request. In this video you will learn how to use HTTP basicAuth Middleware in a Node app using express for simple authentications.
Need to keep your users authenticated while they use your app? In this video you will learn how to use sessions to keep users authenticated in a Node app using express
With so many different people using your application, you may need to know who everyone is. In this video you will learn how to use the Bycrypt cryptography library to create a username/password system in Node.
In this video you will learn how you can create real time web services, with web sockets that allow you to have instant real time updates.
In this video you will learn about Socket IO and how it allows you to hold real time interactions between a server and a client.
Have you ever wondered how to make a functioning web app? Well today you will learn about the Heroku cloud application platform that allows you to build and deploy web apps in various formats.
Once you have finished making your web app, you need to make it live. Today you will learn how to move a web app from a local development environtment to Heroku
Want to keep unwanted information from taking up space in your app? In this video you will learn how to use Heroku's environment variables to keep sensitive information outside of your app.
In this video you will learn some techniques about logging data from your app in certain production environments.
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Zeke started coding at age ten and hasn't stopped since! It all began with HTML and CSS and grew to the server side when Zeke was taught PHP by his mentors. He further honed his skills throughout high school with freelance work. Zeke studied chemistry and biology at Hampshire College, where he also acted as a teaching assistant in computer science courses and aided CS professors with research. In his final years as an undergrad, Zeke taught two courses in web development under the supervision of faculty.
After college Zeke co-founded trext.me, a software company that makes texting large groups systematic and easy for companies. Currently, Zeke continues to teach private students and classes. He has been hired as an adjunct professor at Hampshire and will be teaching web development there in the spring.