Scott begins the walk through for exercise 9. First, he starts with the params method in the categorycontroller.
(edgy flute music)…- Okay, so Step 9 you had to implement,…like, there were some missing crud routes…in some of these controllers.…There may be three or four, total.…Alright.…So, any questions on that?…Oh, wait, maybe five.…Maybe three or four, yeah.…Any questions on that?…Cause, you know, you guys did it and then we left off,…so I didn't really get a chance to talk to you while you…were working on it, so if you had any questions on it,…it's totally the time.…
Nope? Everybody got that, huh?…Just super perfect.…Okay, so let's see what that looks like then.…Let's just check out Step Nine.…I guess if you had any questions you could just check out…to the solution branch,…and then you would just find out right?…Is that probably why people don't have a lot of questions,…because they just look at the solution.…I was going to ask you, but then I looked at the solution,…and now I kind of know.…That makes sense.…Okay, so I think this one was missing, right?…In the category controller, the params.…
Alright, so remember, this controller method here,…
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- 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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