Basic Node JS and Express

Turbo 360

Since its introduction in 2009, Node JS has exploded in popularity and is now the industry standard for JavaScript-based server systems. In conjunction with the popular web framework Express JS, Node has made it possible for full stack developers to create scalable, fast, sophisticated web apps using one primary language on both the front end and back end - JavaScript. In this intro series, we break down the basics of a Node/Express application. The 10-part series covers:

  • Project Structure
  • Static Assets
  • Templating Engines
  • Dynamic Requests
  • Handling POST data
  • Rendering Dynamic Data
  • Styling and Images
  • Middleware
  • Deployment
By the end of this series, you will understand the basics of a Node/Express project and be able to deploy a full-functional web app. This is a great starting point for anyone looking to learn more about full stack development.


Course Overview

First Project

Responses

Static Assets

Project Generators

Dyanmic Data

POST Requests

Profile Page

Styling and Images

Middleware

Deployment

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