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Learn and Understand NodeJS

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Product is rated as #73 in category Node.js

NodeJS is a rapidy growing web server technology, and Node developers are among the highest paid in the industry. Knowing NodeJS well will get you a job or improve your current one by enabling you to build high quality, robust web applications.

In this course you will gain a deep understanding of Node, learn how NodeJS works under the hood, and how that knowledge helps you avoid common pitfalls and drastically improve your ability to debug problems.

In this course we’ll look at how the C++ written V8 Javascript engine works and how NodeJS uses it to expand the abilities of Javascript. You’ll learn how to structure your code for reuse and to be easier to understand, manage, and expand using modules and understand how modules really work.

You’ll learn how asynchronous code works in Node and the Node event loop, as well as how to use the event emitter, streams, buffers, pipes, and work with files. We’ll see how that leads to building a web server in Node.

We’ll dive into web sites, web apps and APIs with Express and learn how Express can save us time as Node developers.

You’ll also gain an understanding of npm, connecting to databases, and the MEAN stack!

Instructor Details

Newly married in Cleveland Ohio, Tony is primarily focused these days on trying to be a good husband. While inexperienced at that, he's quite experienced in all things web. Tony has been programming since he was 12 years old, and got into web sites and web application development at 16. After graduating with a Computer Science degree from Case Western Reserve University, Tony continued with that interest as a Microsoft certified software application developer and architect, database designer, and user interface designer. His experience has ranged across technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, ASP .NET MVC, JavaScript, jQuery, KnockoutJS, AngularJS, NodeJS, LESS, Bootstrap, SQL, Entity Framework and more. He believes strongly that deeply understanding any topic allows you to properly learn it and, even more importantly in a real-world environment, quickly overcome problems. He also has a deep interest in human nature and behavior, and how that impacts human-computer interaction. This interest translated into extending his career into user experience design and usability research. Another link in the chain is his 25 years of experience in public speaking and teaching, both in front of large groups and as a one-on-one private instructor. Putting all these pieces together, he has spent his career listening to a client need, designing a database and software to meet that need, building it, testing it, teaching others how to use it, then improving user experience by watching people actually use it and adjusting accordingly. Tony loves teaching every aspect of what he does, and even more loves teaching in a way that imparts understanding, as opposed to just examples intended to be parroted. He loves that moment when a student 'gets it', and that's what he wants for you when you take one of his courses. He has found that those that learn purely by example, and not by understanding, end up much more limited than they need to be. "Examples need to be built on top of context, and once you have context, you can not only copy the examples you find, but adjust and improve upon them." He firmly believes that everyone has the ability to develop software, if they are just taught properly. Including you. "It is my pleasure and privilege to teach you. I hope you'll come away knowing something you didn't before, understanding at a level deeper than before, and feeling positive that you can accomplish what you've set out to accomplish. Thank you!" - Tony Alicea Ask Tony a question, read a post, or follow him around internet.

Specification: Learn and Understand NodeJS

Duration

13 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Akash Sarva

    it’s awesome

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  2. Nikolai Gantverg

    Excellent, clear explanation of concepts. The instructor defines any unfamiliar terms before he uses them and this help the student build a broad model of how modern web programming works

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  3. Chitra

    In one word good

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  4. Robert Evans

    Very good introduction.

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  5. Jakub Du yk

    I love the conception of Do not imitate, understand. Many courses just go through a language features without explaining what’s underneath.

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  6. Luciano P rez Cerra

    por momentos un poco lento, pero buena introduccion explicando las bases de c mo funciona Node y Javascript a trav s de C++

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  7. Lalit kanta Dibyadarshan

    One of the best course I found on Udemy. It changed my perspective on Node and JavaScript. Great job Tony !!!!

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  8. Lyudmyla Suvorova

    Brilliant!!!

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  9. Valery Giner

    The only negative is that the versions of node and Angular are old. More importantly, I love the approach taken by the lecturer to explain the important concepts, ideas and details, instead of mechanical do as I do as in the majority of other tutorials.

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  10. Hrithik T G

    very deep explanation on how node works. Other tutorials only concentrate about npm packages like express, lodash etc. This tutorial actually help you understand why node js does what it does.

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  11. Valentin

    It is what it says: Understand Node.js. You will understand how it works afterwards and it was very educational and useful to actually get what this node.js is doing, what every term and everything you write actually does, however, it can be quite a lot of new concepts and isn’t up to date with a lot of stuff sadly, which makes the last two sections not nearly as useful anymore.

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  12. Full Name

    I am learning a lot about JavaScript and NodeJS.

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  13. Walter Sargent

    I don’t need a review on what a processor is, what C++ is or on assembly programming. It’s very thorough to cover everything, but not necessary in my case. However, there are spots where I appreciate the thoroughness. In particular, I like knowing all about require(). Even though it has been made replaced since ECMAScript 2015, I am sure I’ll encounter it in legacy code.

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  14. Loini Iiyambo

    Awesome explanations.

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  15. RJ K.

    I’ve also taken Mr. Alicea’s Javascript: Understanding the Weird Parts course, and I believe he is probably the best instructor on Udemy. Alicea’s courses offer deep conceptual dives into the topic rather than just having you code along, and you will walk away with the knowledge required to build something yourself; as opposed to ending the course with a project that you built by coding along, but without understanding how it works under the hood. I think this course ends one or two videos short (seems like there should definitely be an Angular 2, part 2 video), but it’s okay because they’re bonus lectures which are periphery to the main topic of NodeJS.

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  16. Chris Kirby

    Not complete

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  17. Firdaus Aga

    Extremely thorough coverage of the subject matter.

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  18. Ruben Neu

    Wie nicht anders von Anthony Alicea gewohnt, gut gestartet!

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  19. Onyilimba Martins Mclaren Tochukwu

    This guy is the best tutor on udemy period.

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  20. Andr s Florit

    It’s a good course. I just don’t get why it goes so deep in many concepts but it doesn’t show anything about unit testing.

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  21. Ivo Stanchev

    Amazing as always, I came in from the last course on JavaScript by Tony and managed to easily understand how JavaScript works. I hope to do the same from this course as well.

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  22. Opakirite Ibama

    As the title implies,i like the delivery pattern of the instructor as he takes time to discuss the basic concepts on nodejs

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  23. Anju Ram

    Very impressed with the level of detail provided at the introduction.

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  24. Deepak Raaj Vaidyalingam

    Angular part at the last was unfinished.

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  25. Ashish Dhanorkar

    Nicely explained with greater details, I especially liked the way of providing in depth information and providing the answer to how?.

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  26. Hao Li

    Clear, logical explanation, worth the money

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  27. Fava

    This course is amazing

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  28. Mina Ashna

    Very great course to learn under the hood of NodeJS.

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  29. Stephan Oomen

    The content is great, but it is incomplete…

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  30. Vineet B

    I love how the teacher is actually focusing on learning and not imitating.

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  31. Arun Prakash S

    Helps to understand what is happening under the hood

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  32. Ozgur Sar

    Ends up with an uncomplete example app but overall good course

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