Scott spends some time answering audience questions. These questions range from working with other debugging tools to routing tips.
(Japanese flute music)…- [Man] You could use Webstorm and Intellij for debugging.…- Webstorm or Intellij for debugging.…I wouldn't know that because I don't use those…but that's maybe a reason why I should use them.…So that sounds awesome.…- [Man] Yeah they're the best tools outside of no inspector.…- Nice.…I didn't know that.…Great!…I'm probably going to check out tonight then.…Yes?…- [Man] So with a real world example.…Like the reason behind using routing is to re-use…some of the code or what's the main reason behind routing?…- The reason, are you saying the reason behind like…making these sub-routers?…- [Man] Yep.…
- Right.…So it's just to abstract away…a piece of functionality right?…So like now we get to abstract like different resources…completely away,…and they have their own configuration.…So that's the sweet thing.…It's like, they share some global configuration,…as in like server-js.…They share dis-configuration but they also have…their own configuration that's specific and unique to them.…Right and we're not polluting other resources…
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- Executing Node.js
- Using Express
- What is middleware?
- Testing in Node.js
- Using Mongo with Node.js
- Data modeling
- Querying data with Mongoose
- Identifying sensitive routes
- Configuring the deployment
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10. Securing Routes
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