Getting Started with Node.js

Getting Started with Node.js
Getting Started with Node.js
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2.5 Hours | 579 MB

In this Getting Started with Node.js training course, expert author Wes Higbee will teach you everything you need to know to begin incorporating Node.js in your development work. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no prior experience with Node.js is required.

You will start by learning how to productively develop and debug Node.js applications. From there, Wes will teach you how to use npm packages. This video tutorial also covers the dev workflow, and how to find existing projects using npm to leverage in your node applications. Finally, you will learn about WebStorm LiveEdit to quickly load code changes, as well as unhandled exceptions.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will have learned everything you need to know to start incorporating Node.js into your development work. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

Table of Contents

Course Introduction
About The Author
Installation Mac OS X
Installation Windows
Using The Node.Js REPL
Executing A Script
How To Access Your Working Files

A Simple Web Server
Project Setup
The HTTP Module
Hello World Web Server
Logging Incoming Requests
Serving Static Assets
Node Debug
Debugging With Webstorm
The Global Object

Using NPM Packages
Your Own Modules
Multiple Exports
Serving Up A Favicon
NPM Install Express
Hello World Express
Serving Static Assets With Express

Dev Workflow
Restoring Packages
What To Check In To VCS
Checkout Workflow

NPM Is Not Just Javascript
Tools Via NPM
Global Packages
Live-Server Live Reload Tool
Uninstalling Packages

More About NPM
NPM Start
Finding The Right NPM Package
Listing Installed Packages
Getting Help With NPM
Getting Help For A Package
NPM Tab Completion
Installing A Specific Package Version
Tracking Favorite Packages
Updating A Package

Course Wrapup
Webstorm Live Edit To Quickly Load Code Changes
Modules Are Singletons
Unhandled Exceptions
The End