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☑ Completely refilmed for 3rd edition
☑ Build, test, and launch Node apps
☑ Create Express web servers and APIs
☑ Store data with Mongoose and MongoDB
☑ Deploy your Node apps to production
☑ Create real-time web apps with SocketIO
This course was just completely refilmed to give you everything you need to master Node.js in 2019!
This includes new content, updated versions, new features, and more.
Have you tried to learn Node before? You start a new course, and the instructor has you installing a bunch of libraries before you even know what Node is or how it works. You eventually get stuck and reach out to the instructor, but you get no reply. You then close the course and never open it again.
I created this course to be what I wanted when I was learning Node.
The Complete Node.js Developer Course covers the fundamentals of Node before diving deep into great tools like Express, Mongoose, and MongoDB.
The entire course is based around a single goal: Turning you into a professional Node developer capable of developing, testing, and deploying real-world production applications.
The best way to learn Node is by building Node apps.
From the very start you’ll be programming every project and working through challenges that I’ve designed to reinforce what you’ve learned. This will give you the hands-on experience necessary to be able to create and launch your own project once you’re done.
You’ll be building four projects:
1. A note-taking app to get your feet wet
2. A weather application that interacts with the MapBox and Dark Sky APIs
3. A task manager REST API complete with user accounts and authentication
4. A real-time chat app with a client-side companion
By the end, you’ll be able to take what you’ve learned and launch your own Node application.
When learning, learn the latest.
I work to keep this course full of the most up-to-date Node material out there. This course is compatible with the latest Node.js version.
You’re getting access to hot-off-the-press features.
Everything you need comes in one easy-to-use package.
You can stop worrying if you're learning the right skills to build an app or land a new job. I've curated all the tech that's essential to building real-world apps. I've mapped out everything in a comprehensive, easy-to-follow package designed to get you up and running in a few weeks.
There’s no better time to learn Node.
According to the 2016 Stack Overflow Survey, Node is in the top ten for back-end popularity and back-end salary, with an average salary of $85k. This means more jobs and more opportunities for you.
You might get stuck. But I’m here to help.
There’s nothing worse than getting five hours into a course, getting stuck, and not getting the help you need to continue.
I’m in the Q&A everyday to help you get unstuck. I reply to every question to get you back on track.
Don’t take my word for it. Check the reviews and see what other students are saying.
“Any questions people seem to have are answered swiftly, clearly, and often with examples posted on GitHub. Even when the questions asked are out of the scope of the course Andrew seems to come up trumps." - Adam Tait
"This is amazing. What's even better is the instructor answered all the questions I asked." - Pak Chu
"The real value in this course is Andrew; he is not just a great teacher, but also he's quick to answer questions and provide feedback." - Nick Hester
I guarantee this is the most up-to-date and engaging Node course available, and it comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
During eight chapters you'll learn:
3. Asynchronous programming
8. JWT Authentication
10. File and image uploads
11. Email sending
12. Application deployment with Heroku
13. Version control with Git
15. REST API Design
16. Code testing
19. Many more tools
I can’t wait to see you on the inside!
Welcome to the Class!
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Installing and Exploring Node.js
Section Intro: Installing and Exploring Node.js
Installing Node.js and Visual Studio Code
What is Node.js?
Why Should I Use Node.js?
Your First Node.js Script
Node.js Module System (Notes App)
Section Intro: Node.js Module System
Importing Node.js Core Modules
Importing Your Own Files
Importing npm Modules
Printing in Color
Global npm Modules and nodemon
File System and Command Line Args (Notes App)
Section Intro: File System and Command Line Args
Getting Input from Users
Argument Parsing with Yargs: Part I
Argument Parsing with Yargs: Part II
Storing Data with JSON
Adding a Note
Removing a Note
ES6 Aside: Arrow Functions
Refactoring to Use Arrow Functions
Reading a Note
Debugging Node.js (Notes Apps)
Section Intro: Debugging Node.js
Asynchronous Node.js (Weather App)
Section Intro: Asynchronous Node.js
Call Stack, Callback Queue, and Event Loop
Making HTTP Requests
Customizing HTTP Requests
An HTTP Request Challenge
The Callback Function
Callback Abstraction Challenge
ES6 Aside: Object Property Shorthand and Destructuring
Destructuring and Property Shorthand Challenge
Bonus: HTTP Requests Without a Library
Web Servers (Weather App)
Section Intro: Web Servers
Serving up HTML and JSON
Serving up Static Assets
Serving up CSS, JS, Images, and More
Dynamic Pages with Templating
Customizing the Views Directory
Styling the Application: Part I
Styling the Application: Part II
Accessing API from Browser (Weather App)
Section Intro: Accessing API from Browser
The Query String
Building a JSON HTTP Endpoint
ES6 Aside: Default Function Parameters
Browser HTTP Requests with Fetch
Creating a Search Form
Wiring up the User Interface
Application Deployment (Weather App)
Section Intro: Application Deployment
Joining Heroku and GitHub
Version Control with Git
Setting up SSH Keys
Pushing Code to GitHub
Deploying Node.js to Heroku
New Feature Deployment Workflow
Avoiding Global Modules
MongoDB and Promises (Task App)
Section Intro: Databases and Advanced Asynchronous Development
MongoDB and NoSQL Databases
Installing MongoDB on macOS and Linux
Installing MongoDB on Windows
Installing Database GUI Viewer
Connecting and Inserting Documents
REST APIs and Mongoose (Task App)
Section Intro: REST APIs and Mongoose
Setting up Mongoose
Creating a Mongoose Model
Data Validation and Sanitization: Part I
Data Validation and Sanitization: Part II
Structuring a REST API
Resource Creation Endpoints: Part I
Resource Creation Endpoints: Part II
Resource Reading Endpoints: Part I
Resource Reading Endpoints: Part II
Promise Chaining Challenge
Async/Await: Part II
Resource Updating Endpoints: Part I
Resource Updating Endpoints: Part II
Resource Deleting Endpoints
Separate Route Files
API Authentication and Security (Task App)
Section Intro: API Authentication and Security
Securely Storing Passwords: Part I
Securely Storing Passwords: Part II
Logging in Users
JSON Web Tokens
Generating Authentication Tokens
Accepting Authentication Tokens
Hiding Private Data
Authenticating User Endpoints
The User/Task Relationship
Authenticating Task Endpoints
Cascade Delete Tasks
Sorting, Pagination, and Filtering (Task App)
Section Intro: Sorting, Pagination, and Filtering
Working with Timestamps
File Uploads (Task App)
Section Intro: File Uploads
Adding Support for File Uploads
Validating File Uploads
Handling Express Errors
Adding Images to User Profile
Serving up Files
Auto-Cropping and Image Formatting
Sending Emails (Task App)
Section Intro: Sending Emails
Sending Welcome and Cancelation Emails
Creating a Production MongoDB Database
Testing Node.js (Task App)
Section Intro: Testing Node.js
Jest Testing Framework
Writing Tests and Assertions
Writing Your Own Tests
Testing Asynchronous Code
Testing an Express Application: Part I
Testing an Express Application: Part II
Jest Setup and Teardown
Testing with Authentication
Wrapping up User Tests
Setup Task Test Suite
Testing with Task Data
Bonus: Extra Test Ideas
Real-Time Web Applications with Socket.io (Chat App)
Section Intro: Real-Time Web Applications with Socket.io
Creating the Chat App Project
Getting Started with Socket.io
Socket.io Events Challenge
Sharing Your Location
Form and Button States
Rendering Location Messages
Working with Time
Timestamps for Location Messages
Styling the Chat App
Storing Users: Part I
Storing Users: Part II
Tracking Users Joining and Leaving
Sending Messages to Rooms
Rendering User List
Deploying the Chat Application
New Feature Ideas
Bonus: What should I learn next?
Очень подробный курс. Кому-то может показаться чуть затянутым, но зато все сразу понятно. По крайней мере пока)
This was an excellent course. Andrew takes the time to walk through everything he's doing and explain it, even if he's covered it before. I found the repetition helped a lot to assimilate the material, as opposed to other courses where they show you something once, and then take it for granted that you remember it perfectly. Inevitably you end up pausing and sifting through the older videos, trying to find the place where the concept you've forgotten was explained. Not a problem with Andrew's course. I would highly recommend!
Quite slow for my taste, but nevertheless awesome content and interactive learning, will definitely recommend the course to other students.
Excellent course to learn Node.js fundamentals, it's beginner-friendly while still giving a lot of tools and information to process. Looking forward to take the react course taught by Andrew!
was good reinforcement for a node js course i took in school that was suddenly rendered to remote learning due to covid. Nice to be able to take my time typing out the code and replaying the concepts to "get them"
I'm a foreigner but listening to his explanation in English I find it very easy to understand.That was a great course
Good class, but I feel like it should have had some more frontend exercises, and perhaps even a basic overview of something like React!
Andrew is a great teacher. I don't feel like it's too difficult because he explains things so well. 10/10.
I am liking the program. Ran into some terminal errors that I couldnt figure out but after learning about Sudo from a friend, I got rolling again right away.
Excellent course! I learned topics and better practical items to include in my next projects. Thanks for being so detailed.
Almost completed till the notes app project, and finding it absolutely relishing.... thanks Andrews for this beautiful course, the course design especially with those coding challenges, explanation, flow, and those 'playground' method of explaining a relevant topic in detail is very helpful....looking forward to research more courses of Andrews on Udemy.
This course is really amazing. Its very strait forward. Very easy to understand. The most amazing thing i love with this course is that it really have hands-on challenge after you learn something. Not many courses on Udemy have that !!
The insane disc jockey, over-the-top loud and happy voice is such an obvious put-on that it's grating to go through the course. As of right now, I'm not sure i'll make it all the way through regardless of the quality of the content.
By this video I can actually understand the purpose of node and role of v8 engine and underhood roll of c++ language. Great explanation
I felt there could me more information about installation. Node is not "that easy" to install actually. But overall, its very nice. Loved the VSCode recommendation.