About this video

JavaScript has now become a universal development language. Whilst offering great benefits, the complexity of the entire ecosystem can be overwhelming.

In this course, we will take a look at the libraries in JavaScript that aid in building applications that have a microservices-based architecture, have features like audio and video calling, real-time score updates, multi-faceted search options and more. We will not only look at building these applications but also explore a number of industry-standard best practices.

With coverage of both server-side and front-end development, this course will provide attendees with the skills required to develop cutting-edge web applications that stand the test of time.

Style and Approach

Web-based learning model with demonstrations that ensure that the audience gain both theoretical and practical knowledge.

Publication date:
May 2018
5 hours 17 minutes

About the Authors

  • Alexander Chinedu Nnakwue

    Alexander Chinedu Nnakwue was born and raised in a small city in the southern part of Nigeria. Originally from the south-eastern part of the country, he now lives and works in Lagos city. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

    He has been a professional developer ever since he graduated. Alex has trained himself  to work with both frontend and backend technologies. He is presently a developer, mentor, and sofware technical trainee with sparkplug, a Nigerian technology start-up company working to train people on emerging technologies. He is interested in learning new technologies, growing as a developer, and contributing more to the developer community. He has a particular love for JavaScript.

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  • Narayan Prusty

    Narayan Prusty is a full-stack developer. He works as a consultant for various start-ups around the world. He has worked on various technologies and programming languages but is very passionate about JavaScript, WordPress, Ethereum, Solr, React, Cordova, MongoDB, and AWS. Apart from consulting for various start-ups, he also runs a blog titled QNimate and a video tutorial site titled QScutter, where he shares information about a lot of the technologies he works on.

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  • Zsolt Nagy

    Zsolt Nagy is an engineering manager in an ad tech company heavy on data science. After acquiring his MSc in inference on ontologies, he used AI mainly for analyzing online poker strategies to aid professional poker players in decision making. After the poker boom ended, he put extra effort into building a T-shaped profile in leadership and software engineering.

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