Node.js: The Big Picture

Node.js: The Big Picture

MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hour | 93 MB

Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Curious if Node.js is right for you? In this course we look at how Node is commonly used, examine its asynchronous development model, explore leveraging the npm module ecosystem, and assemble a set of tools to help get you started on your journey!

In this course, Node.js: The Big Picture, we begin with the places you'll commonly find Node being used, its technology origins, and a brief history of the project. We then examine what it means to write asynchronous code, and how Node both expects and embraces this approach with its own APIs and constructs. From there, we look at how to both modularize your own application code as well as leverage Node's vast 3rd party module ecosystem via npm. Finally, we wrap up with a discussion on assembling your own "tool belt" of Node.js tools and strategies to jump start your journey.

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