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Introduction to Node.js

Course Summary

In this course we provide an overview of Node.js, including writing asynchronous code with callbacks and streams, and modularizing your application with NPM and require(). We also look at built-in API's for building and scaling web applications as well as a few key third party modules.


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    Course Syllabus

    Getting Started with Node.js
    - 36m 14s

    —Introduction 0m 38s
    —Node.js Background 1m 51s
    —Getting Node.js 1m 31s
    —Demo: Installing Node on Linux with NVM 6m 55s
    —Demo: Developing for Node with Cloud9 IDE 7m 41s
    —Node's Event Loop 2m 51s
    —Node Conventions for Writing Asychronous Code 4m 45s
    —Demo: Writing Asychronous Code in Node.js 8m 18s
    —The "Christmas Tree" Problem, Conclusion 1m 44s
    Modules, require() and NPM
    - 17m 43s

    —Introduction, Accessing Built-in Modules 2m 42s
    —Demo: Accessing Built-in Modules 1m 42s
    —Using require() to Modularize Your Application 2m 22s
    —Demo: Accessing Application Files with require() 3m 0s
    —Finding 3rd Party Modules via NPM 2m 17s
    —Demo: Installing and Using 3rd Party Modules 3m 7s
    —Publishing Your Own Module, Conclusion 2m 33s
    Events and Streams
    - 26m 35s
    Accessing the Local System
    - 17m 20s
    Interacting with the Web
    - 21m 40s
    Testing and Debugging
    - 27m 38s
    Scaling Your Node Application
    - 20m 57s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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