Server-side Programming with Node.js for Beginners [Video]

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  • Installing Node.js and introduction to Node package manager
  • Create a server using Node.jsHow to incorporate routing into your application
  • Reading, Writing, Editing and Deleting files with user interactionThe user-friendly, dynamic and popular framework, ExpressJS
  • Using JSON databases and MongodbBuilding a todo list application using Restful api Deploying with Heroku

Node.js is a performance efficient server-side platform which makes writing backend code, simple and fun. According to the 2016 Stack Overflow Survey, Front-End developers worldwide that know Node.js, make more than their counterparts with a median salary of $95,000 USD per year. Through this course, we will learn how to create dynamic web applications using Node.js,Express.js, and MongoDB. This course is perfect for you if you are a front-end developer looking to code full stack applications in a language you already know, Javascript or you are a backend developer looking for a more efficient solution, or for beginners looking to learn the basics of coding robust server side applications.

Style and Approach

The course will begin with an introduction to node.js where developers will learn how the technology works, and then we will learn the practical aspect of coding with node.js and express.js and connecting to MongoDB, a popular JSON database, focusing on creating and deploying powerful, dynamic web applications and APIs.

  • Learn to create, read, edit and delete files to make your applications dynamic
  • Learn ExpressJS an easy to use, popular Node.js framework
  • Learn to deal databases using MongoDB
Course Length 2 hours 48 minutes
ISBN 9781788476126
Date Of Publication 27 Sep 2017


Mohammad Hunan Chughtai

Mohammad Hunan Chughtai is a software engineer from NYC who has developed several courses with Packt Publishing. His primary interest lies in programming in the MERN stack (MongoDB, Express.js, React, and Node.js), and also use some other technologies such as Amazon Web Services, React Native, PHP, Java, and Ruby on Rails.