Scott begins the final Q&A by answering questions about when to use query string variables, how to identify quality node libraries, and the scalability of Mongo.
(techno Asian music)…- [Scott] Alright, so now is the time for us to open up…and ask questions about anything that we've been exploring…the last three days, or ask me anything about Node,…API Express, Mongo, Mongoose, or anything in general.…Yo.…- [Voice] As far as API Design goes,…I've heard some people say, like, let's say you have,…let's say you're on, like, the Netflix home page…and it has all those movie tiles, they say, like, you know,…if you're doing a request for each one of those tiles…it's going to be a lot of requests, so, you know, they'll,…like, add parameters at the end, with like,…oh, I want a group of six.…
- Yeah.…- [Voice] Stuff like that.…So, what I'm wondering is, like, how should you balance,…like, how many parameters and stuff you should put…on and how restful you want to design your API?…- Well, there are common patterns like sorting,…filtering, and ordering. Those are common. And limits.…- [Voice] Yeah.…- And then if you're doing something like pagination…then you have, like, a cursor where it's like,…
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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
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5. Organization and Configuration
7. Data Modeling
10. Securing Routes
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