Join Joseph LeBlanc for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Node.js First Look.
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Premium subscribers to the lynda.com online training library will have access to the exercise files that accompany this course. These files are organized by chapter; each chapter contains a folder for each video. Throughout this course, I will be copying from the exercise files to the desktop. The commands I type in Terminal assume that the folder from the exercise files for that chapter have been copied to the desktop. Many of the exercise files include pre- existing code as well as a package.json file.
This package.json file lists out all of the node module dependencies for that video including specific versions for each module. I'll be using a Command Line tool that will install these specific dependencies in one step. In the chapter about Connecting Beyond Node, the exercise files include files from popular content management systems. These files are in a folder called complete. You can follow along as I cut and paste from the source HTML or you can use the files from the complete folder to replace the ones in your content management system.
- Using the Socket.IO Node package to achieve "live" effects like Facebook notifications
- Scraping web sites using jQuery without a browser
Skill Level Beginner
XHTML and HTML Essential Trainingwith Bill Weinman4h 44m Beginner
1. Installing Node
2. Getting Started
Running a Node script2m 6s
4. Command Line Scripts
5. Creating Web Servers
7. WebSocket Programming
8. Connecting Beyond Node
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