Course NodeJS Programming

In the course NodeJS Programming participants learn how the NodeJS JavaScript library can be used on the server side of Web Applications. NodeJS originated in 2009 and has since then become a powerful asynchronous development framework for creating scalable web applications.

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  • Course NodeJS Programming : Content

    Node.js Library

    The Node.js library, the popularity of which is still increasing, it is also part of the MEAN stack (MongoDB, ECMAScript, Angular and Node) which is aimed at the development of high-speed I/O-centric applications.

    Node en NPM

    The course starts by discussing the architecture of the Node.js library with runtime modules as filesystem, events and process. Also the NPM package manager that allows community modules to be included is treated.

    Asynchronous Event Handling

    Next the asynchronous event handling model of NodeJS is on the course schedule and the use of promises and futures of ECMAScript 6 and 7 for the handling of callbacks is explained.

    Streaming Data en Express.js

    Also attention is paid to the processing of streaming data and File I/O in NodeJS. Also the handling of multiple concurrent client requests in NodeJS is discussed as well as the Express.js Framework that deals with templating, routing and middleware services.

    Database Access

    The Database Access module will show you how to integrate NodeJS capabilities in the backend with databases like MongoDB, MySQL and SQLite.

    Rest API

    Finally attention is paid to the creation of a Rest API and using AngularJS for Frontend.

  • Course NodeJS Programming : Training

    Audience NodeJS Programming Course

    The course NodeJS Programming is intended for Web developers that want to learn how JavaScript and the NodeJS library can be used on the server-side of Web applications.

    Prerequisites Course NodeJS Programming

    Experience with JavaScript programming for the Front-End of Web Applications and a good knowledge of JavaScript is required to participate in this course.

    Realization Training NodeJS Programming

    The theory is treated on the basis of presentation slides. The concepts are illustrated with demos. The theory is interspersed with exercises. The course times are from 9.30 to 16.30.

    Certification NodeJS Programming

    The participants receive an official certificate NodeJS Programming after successful completion of the course.

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  • Course NodeJS Programming : Modules

    Module 1 : Intro NodeJS

    Module 2 : Event Handling

    Module 3 : Streaming Data

    What is Node.js?
    Node.js Components
    Node.js Applications
    Node.js Programming Model
    Important Parts of Node.js
    Global Objects
    Hello Node.js
    Hello Node Server
    Node.js Module System
    Finding Modules
    Node Package Manager
    Installing Modules using NPM
    Creating a Module
    Node’s Event Loop
    Interleaving Events
    Synchronous versus Asynchronous
    Blocking versus Non Blocking
    Using Callbacks
    Synchronous Mode
    Asynchrony with Callbacks
    Node Events
    Callback versus Events
    EventEmitter Class
    Emitting Once
    Nesting too Much
    Asynchrony with Promises
    What are Streams
    Streams in Node.js
    Methods and Events
    Reading from a Stream
    Writing to a Stream
    Piping the Streams
    Chaining the Streams
    Piping Methods and Events
    What are Buffers?
    Creating Buffers
    Writing to Buffers
    Reading from Buffers
    Buffer Operations
    Copy and Other Methods

    Module 4 : File I/O

    Module 5 : Express Framework

    Module 6 : Rest Services

    Interacting with File System
    Async and Sync
    Async Open
    File Information
    Reading and Writing Files
    Closing Files
    Truncating and Deleting Files
    Creating Directories
    Removing Directories
    Reading Directories
    Global Objects
    Process Object
    Actions and Streams
    os Module
    Node Web Server
    Node Web Client
    What is Express?
    Important Modules
    Hello Express
    Request Properties
    Request Methods
    Response Properties
    Response Methods
    Basic Routing
    Serving Static Files
    Get and Post Method
    File Upload
    Cookies Management
    What is REST?
    REST Web Services
    Simple REST Examples
    REST Web Service Principles
    ID and Links
    Multiple Representations
    Common REST Patterns
    Resource URI Access Patterns
    JSON versus XML
    List Users API
    Add User API
    Path Parameters
    Delete API

    Module 7 : Database Access SQL

    Module 8 : Database Access NoSQL

    MySQL Connections
    MySQL Queries
    Create Database
    Create and Alter Table
    Primary Keys
    Insert Multiple
    Get Inserted ID
    Select from Table
    Select with Filter
    Create Database in MongoDB
    Create Collection
    Insert into Collection
    Insert Multiple Documents
    Id Field
    Find One
    Find All
    Find Some
    Filter Regex
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