One of the principles of Node.js is small modules. This means that as a JS developer, you can break down your code into smaller modules that are easier to read and easier to test. In this video, break the application down into separate module files.
You'll notice that all of the code … and that's where all of our app code will be stored. … because our save function uses the fs write file … and, instead of wiring them up directly with the app, … We can't define the apps directly on the app anymore, … Whoops. … So this is telling me that I spelled require wrong. … So let me go ahead and open this up … and spell require right. … There we go. … And we can try to run this again. … So node or clear first, then node ./src. … Now our ski dictionary's running. … Let's go ahead and make sure it works. … And the term was deleted. … And we have four small modules. …
- Making HTTP requests
- Building web and file servers
- Installing packages with npm
- Managing and linking global packages
- Working with Express, the web server framework
- Handling POST and DELETE requests
- Creating WebSockets
- Testing and debugging Node.js code
Skill Level Advanced
Node.js: Real-Time Web with Socket.IOwith Emmanuel Henri1h 24m Intermediate
Work with VSCode1m 59s
1. The HTTP Module
3. Web Servers
5. Node.js Testing
6. Automation and Deployment
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