This benefit is not as big as being able…to share code and data structure…between your front end and back end.…Let's take a look at some examples…of where code sharing might be useful.…There are many great libraries for encryption or utility…such as Underscore,…that can be used for both the front end…and the back end.…An example could be if you are writing…a user authentication system with tokens,…you might want to use the same token…and encryption library on both the front end and back end…
- Installing Node.js
- Writing modules and packages
- Reading and writing files
- Working with frameworks: Express, Sails, and Koa
- Generating promises
- Working with generator functions
Skill Level Beginner
Q: When I try to install Bluebird/Express/Gulp/Sails/KOA using the Node Package Manager, it seems to install correctly in the terminal. But why doesn't my project folder change?
A: You need to make sure that you've navigated to your project folder in the terminal. For example, in this course Alexander is working from the C:\Dev\ folder both in Brackets and in the terminal.