In this video, Emmanuel Henri installs Node, npm, and Express so you can start building the back-end API endpoints.
- [Instructor] So, the next step in the tools…we need to have is Node and Express properly installed.…So, we'll also get our project initialized…so we can add Express to the package.json.…So let's get to it.…The first thing I want you to do is go to nodejs.org…and if you have Node already installed in your system,…and I would assume you would if you've taken any…Node courses before, then you can skip all the way…to the end of this video when we install…the dependency for Express, or fast-forward to that piece.…Otherwise, if you don't have Node installed,…let's go to Downloads and then pick the system…that you want to install Node on.…
So Windows, Linux or Macintosh.…In our case it's Macintosh, here. Okay.…And just a quick note to yourself.…When you click on the Macintosh link, you will get…the LTS version, which is basically the most stable…version you can get from Node.…If you want to have something that's more recent…that has more features, you can go to Downloads,…which we're already on, and then go all the way down…
- Setting up a project and a server
- Setting up a database and schema
- Creating POST, GET, PUT, and DELETE endpoints
- Serving files
Skill Level Intermediate
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