- Creating a server with Express and pure Node.js
- Handling errors in Express
- Creating routes
- Using templates
- Working with the Pug template engine
- Implementing the site structure and logic
- Working with conditionals
- Dealing with POST requests
- Sanitizing user inputs and handling form errors
Skill Level Beginner
- [Daniel] Today Node.js is one of the major platforms for the web. Enterprises like Uber, Netflix, Autodesk, Intuit, and even Denasa are using it for important parts of the business. With over five million weekly downloads Express is the most commonly used web framework to use with Node.js. Due to its minimalistic approach, and ease of use creating websites with it is a joy, and really easy. In this course we will start with a static HTML site, and transform it into a dynamic website using Express.
On the way you will learn all the important bits and pieces about Express, and improve your overall knowledge of Node.js especially on how to do things right. I'm Daniel Khan. For more than 17 years I've been working as developer and architect in tech. As Lead Technology Strategist at Dynatrace I'm helping enterprises with their digital transformation, and there I see a lot Node.js and Express. I invite you to join me on my LinkedIn Learning course where you will learn everything you need to create a website with Express.
Building RESTful Web APIs with Node.js and Expresswith Emmanuel Henri1h 40m Intermediate
What you should know1m 40s
1. Getting Started
2. Express Basics
3. Getting Started with Our Project
4. Getting Started with Templates
5. Implementing the Site Structure and Logic
6. Handling Form Data
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