NodeJS Course

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Who will the Course Benefit? Who will the Course Benefit?

This course is aimed at JavaScript developers who wish to use Node.js to build fast, efficient and scalable applications.

Skills Gained

The delegate will learn and acquire skills as follows:

  • Setting up the Node.js environment
  • Creating and using Node.js modules
  • Using callbacks and promises
  • Dealing with errors efficiently
  • Using buffers to handle binary data
  • Transferring data using streams
  • Handling requests and responses with Express
  • Storing data to a database

Storing data to a database Course Objectives Course Objectives

By the end of the course delegates should be able to:

  • Install Node.js, NPM and Express
  • Understand Node.js event-based programming
  • Create a web server and build web applications on it
  • Create and use modules
  • Build a web application using promises, buffers and streams
  • Improve an application with robust error handling
  • Handle routing with Express.js
  • Use Node.js to connect to a database


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