Scott walks through the solution to exercise 4.
(upbeat music)…- This was an example into how to…get in a little bit into like,…organizing our applications using sub routers…and sub modules and whatnot in express.…Just a small layer of abstraction here…So, there were some nuances of…literally copying over lines from…actually, let me check out those solutions.…There's some nuances because…one they were like some typos and they're like what to dos…I thought I cleaned those up, but I guess not.…
And then, there was step four?…There we go.…- [Man] Are we on five?…- [Scott] There was, are we on five?…- [Man] No we're on four.…- [Scott] We're on four, okay, okay…Yeah, there's also things like requiring lodash and…stuff like that, that you have to make sure you get right.…But, I think what we can do is we'll start at server…and this was already here before so we're already requiring…the lionRouter so you have to fix,…or the tigerRouter, I'm sorry.…You have to resolve that error which was mean…just export something in tigers.…
And then we need to just register it.…Doesn't matter what order we put this in.…
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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
Skill Level Intermediate
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2. REST APIs
5. Organization and Configuration
7. Data Modeling
10. Securing Routes
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