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[b]Udemy - Node.js The Complete Guide to Build RESTful APIs[/b]
Size: 7.15 GB Type: eLearning Year: 2022 Version: 2022


Udemy - Node.js The Complete Guide to Build RESTful APIs

Learn to build fast, scalable and secure RESTful services with Node, Express and MongoDB, from setup to production

Basic familiarity with JavaScript
What is Node.js?

Node.js, or Node, is a runtime environment for executing JavaScript code outside of a browser. It is ideal for building highly-scalable, data-intensive backend services (APIs) that power your client's apps (web or mobile apps).

Why 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 library, so you don't have to build everything from scratch.

A step-by-step, A to Z course

What you'll get when you sign up for this course:

15 hours of HD videos, complete with exercises and solutions

A real-world project: you'll build the back-end for a video rental application, 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No more wasted time on lengthy courses or out-of-date tutorials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, online or offline - mobile friendly and downloadable lessons

Certificate of completion to present to your employer

You'll learn to:

Confidently build RESTful services (APIs) using Node.js, Express.js, and MongoDB

Employ the best practices for Node.js

Avoid common mistakes

What we'll cover:

Node module system

Node Package Manager (NPM)

Asynchronous JavaScript

Useful ES6+ features

Implementing CRUD operations

Storing complex data in MongoDB

Data Validation

Authentication and authorization

Handling and logging errors the right way

Unit and integration testing

Test-driven development (TDD)





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