Join Daniel Khan for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Building a Website with Node.js and Express.js.
- [Instructor] There's some knowledge you should have to get the most out of this course. You should specifically and most importantly have some HTML basic knowledge. This means you know about the structure of an HTML page and you know how tags and attributes work. You should also know a little bit about CSS. You should at least be able to work with existing CSS classes in HTML. You should also have some basic knowledge about bootstrap CSS because that's the CSS framework that we will use for our sample project.
In our library, you'll find a variety of classes to help you gain a better understanding of these concepts. Everything else from installing the required software to configuring the sample project will be covered during the course as well.
- Creating a server with Express and pure Node.js
- Handling errors in Express
- Creating routes
- Using templates
- Working with the Pug template engine
- Implementing the site structure and logic
- Working with conditionals
- Dealing with POST requests
- Sanitizing user inputs and handling form errors
Skill Level Beginner
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What you should know1m 40s
1. Getting Started
2. Express Basics
3. Getting Started with Our Project
4. Getting Started with Templates
5. Implementing the Site Structure and Logic
6. Handling Form Data
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