Node.js in 7 Days [Video]

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Learn
  • Create web-based Microservices in Node
  • Deploy your Node apps to production
  • Develop and test Microservices in Node
  • Debug your Node.js apps and automatically test it
  • Use NPM to manage node packages
  • Build a web application and API more easily using Express
About

Node.js is a popular choice for teams that need to design, build, test, deploy, maintain, and monitor large-scale distributed systems.

This course will give you a firm basis from where to get started and work on your own projects with Node.js. Each section is followed by a hands-on, practical assignment as homework to help you readily implement what you've learned in a functional manner. From learning the basics move on to create a Webserver. Learn the newest method for asynchronous development thus advancing your knowledge in getting familiar with Authentication.

Finally, you’ll debug and test Node.js using common tools. If you are looking to upgrade your Node.js skills in the quickest possible time, then this course is for you!

All the code and supporting files for this course are available on GitHub at https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Node.js-in-7-Days

Style and Approach

This course follows a systematic, fast-paced, practical, and structured approach. Get a grip of Node.js foundations and build and deploy real-world Node.js applications in a week.

Features
  • Get to grips with building, testing, and launching your Node apps.
  • Explore the traditional callbacks mechanisms and the newer promises syntax
  • Learn how to run Node in production using PM2
Course Length 2 hours 49 minutes
ISBN 9781789136487
Date Of Publication 11 Dec 2018

Authors

Dave Irvine

Dave Irvine is responsible for leading a small team of Node.js and React.js developers to create a fully realized holiday and employee record-keeping system, along with a visitor management system. He is a keen JavaScript engineer with a passion for the entire tech stack, from the server power cable to the mobile in your hand.