Building Apps with Node.js | EdisonX Academy

Building Apps with Node.js

Explore what Node.js is, its benefits, who is using it, and how to get started. Check out a demo on writing your first Node.js app and one of a basic HTTP server. Begin building a basic chat application using Node.js.

Schedule

  • Self-Paced Free online course 6 weeks
    1 - 2 hours/week

Licenses

Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike

Highlights

This is a curated course with expert assistance free of cost.

You can view lectures at your convenience and finish assessments anytime before the deadlines.

Subject Experts will conduct regular doubt clarification sessions.

You will get a digital certificate once you complete the course.

Experience our next generation platform where you can learn and collaborate with your peers seamlessly.

This course doesn't need any background or requirements.

ABOUT THE COURSE

Developers, have you ever wanted to play with Node.js? Are you curious about how to incorporate two-way communication into applications? Watch popular experts Stacey Mulcahy and Rami Sayar, and see how to do just that with Node.js, one of the easiest and fastest ways to develop real-time apps on the web today, along with Visual Studio, Azure, and free open source technology. To introduce you to these topics, Stacey and Rami walk you through the creation of a chatroom application.

By the end of this course, you know how to set up Node.js on your Windows machine, develop a web front end with Express, deploy an Express app to Azure, use Socket.IO to add a real-time layer, and bring it all together.

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO BE FAMILIAR WITH?

None. Willingness to learn would be a great start.

IS THIS COURSE RIGHT FOR YOU?

Web developers who want to learn how to use Node.js packages and modules and also how to build a basic web server

Curriculum

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Disclaimer

The video lectures used in this course are from public domain which is under creative common license. We do not have any affiliation nor any relation with the content author(s) or its associated institution(s).