Course Description

"A Beginner's Guide to Node.js" is an introductory course designed to teach beginners the fundamentals of Node.js, a powerful and popular server-side JavaScript runtime. The course begins with an overview of Node.js and its features, including its event-driven architecture, non-blocking I/O model, and built-in modules. It then covers the basics of JavaScript, such as variables, data types, functions, and control flow, to provide a foundation for Node.js development. The course then dives into Node.js programming, covering topics such as Node.js modules, file system operations, HTTP servers and clients, and asynchronous programming with callbacks, promises, and async/await. Each topic is explained in detail and supported by practical examples and exercises to reinforce learning. The course also covers the Node.js ecosystem and the Node Package Manager (NPM), a powerful tool for managing dependencies and building Node.js applications. Students will learn how to install and use NPM, as well as how to publish and share their own Node.js packages. The course concludes with a project-based section where students can apply their newly acquired knowledge and skills to build a real-world Node.js application from scratch. They will learn how to structure a Node.js project, implement RESTful APIs, handle errors and exceptions, and deploy their application to a cloud server. Throughout the course, students will have access to a supportive community of learners and instructors, who will answer their questions, provide feedback, and offer guidance and encouragement. By the end of the "A Beginner's Guide to Node.js" course, students will have a solid understanding of Node.js and its ecosystem, as well as the confidence and skills to start building their own Node.js applications. Whether you are a web developer, a software engineer, or just interested in learning Node.js, this course is a great way to get started. Author: DSC VIT Powered by Google Developers, Md Hishaam Akhtar (Udemy)