In this video, Emmanuel Henri provides some ideas how you could take the project to the next level while practicing your newly acquired skills. Then he goes on to mention what other subjects or tools you can learn, such as JSON Web Tokens.
- [Instructor] This course was an introduction…to building an API with Node and Express.…With this knowledge, you should be able…to easily and quickly build a backend…with all the proper endpoints…needed for any type of application.…To explore this further,…you could simply replicate the same process we've done here…by creating other collections, models,…and schemas for your database,…and also create the proper endpoints for those.…Also, if you'd like to explore…some of the libraries we mentioned in the Options video,…I'd strongly suggest to look into LoopBack…for creating full-fledged APIs…with tons of options and tokens for security measures.…
Finally, if you prefer to learn a bit more…about how to secure your APIs…beyond using a library like LoopBack,…look into JWT and how you can implement these in your API.…You can look into this subject by visiting JWT.io,…and look into the Node.js section under the Libraries tab.…Thanks very much for taking my course.…I'll see you in a bit.…
- 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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1. Setting Up
2. Initial Server Build
3. CRUD Operations
4. Other API Options
Static files serving3m 16s
Next steps1m 1s
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