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What is NodeJS:
NodeJS is a single-threaded, open-source, cross-platform runtime environment for building fast and scalable server-side and network-based applications. NodeJS is written in C, C++ and
programming environment that can be used to build large-scale applications that need to support multiple concurrent requests. In 2018, NodeJS exceeded one billion downloads and is now
one of the most used technologies for developing modern applications, especially by many technology leaders such as Amazon, Ebay, Paypal or Reddit.
What you will learn and cover during your lessons:
Introduction to NodeJS
This module covers the basics of NodeJS, including how to install NodeJS and how to use the Node Package Manager (NPM) to manage packages. You will also learn about modules and how to create your own modules.
This module covers how to work with databases in NodeJS. You will learn how to connect to a database, execute queries, and handle results. You will also learn how to use an Object Relational Mapping (ORM) library to work with databases more easily.
In this module, you will learn how to work with streams in Node.js, including the different types of streams and how to create and use them. You will also learn how to pipe streams and how to work with large data sets efficiently.
This module covers the basics of file system operations in Node.js, including reading and writing files, creating and deleting directories, and watching for file changes. You will also learn how to work with file system paths.
In this module, you will learn how to use npm (Node Package Manager) to manage dependencies in your Node.js projects. You will learn how to install and update packages, manage package versions, and create and publish your own packages.
This module covers the popular Express framework for building web applications with Node.js. You will learn how to create routes, handle requests and responses, work with middleware, and use template engines.
In this module, you will learn how to use the Socket.io library for building real-time applications with Node.js. You will learn how to create a server and connect to it from a client, handle events and data, and use namespaces and rooms.
This module covers advanced asynchronous programming techniques in Node.js such as callbacks, promises, and async/await. You will learn how to handle errors, handle multiple async operations, and make use of Node.js event loop.
In this module, you will learn how to use streams in Node.js to process large amounts of data efficiently. You will learn how to create, read, write, and pipe streams, and use transform streams to manipulate data.
This module covers how to create RESTful APIs in Node.js using popular frameworks such as Express and Hapi. You will learn how to handle HTTP requests, authenticate users, and handle errors in your API.
In this module, you will learn how to use Node.js to work with databases such as MongoDB and MySQL. You will learn how to connect to databases, query data, and use Object-Document Mapping (ODM) and Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) frameworks to work with data.
In this module, you will learn how to implement authentication and authorization in Node.js applications. You will learn how to use popular libraries such as Passport.js and JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) to secure your applications.
This module covers NodeJS streams, which are a powerful way to process large amounts of data in a memory-efficient way. You will learn how to create, read from, and write to streams, as well as how to pipe streams together to create complex data processing pipelines.
In this module, you will learn how to use NodeJS clustering to create a cluster of NodeJS processes that can share the workload of a single application. You will learn how to set up a cluster, communicate between processes, and handle failures.
In this module, you will learn how to optimize the performance of NodeJS applications. You will learn how to use profiling tools to identify performance bottlenecks, how to optimize code for performance, and how to scale applications to handle high traffic loads.
This module covers best practices for securing NodeJS applications. You will learn how to prevent common security vulnerabilities such as cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF), and injection attacks. You will also learn how to use TLS/SSL to encrypt data in transit.
In this module, you will learn how to build real-time communication applications using NodeJS and WebSockets. You will learn how to set up a WebSocket server, handle incoming connections, and send and receive messages in real-time.
This module covers the principles of microservices architecture, including the advantages and disadvantages of using microservices, designing a microservices-based application, and deploying and managing microservices in production.
In this module, you will learn about the challenges of building and maintaining distributed systems, including issues with network latency, data consistency, and fault tolerance. You will also learn about tools and techniques for building distributed systems, such as message queues and distributed databases.
This module covers techniques for optimizing the performance of NodeJS applications, including profiling and benchmarking, caching, load balancing, and horizontal scaling. You will learn how to diagnose and resolve performance issues in your applications.
In this module, you will learn about the security challenges of building NodeJS applications and how to address them. You will learn about common security vulnerabilities, such as injection attacks and cross-site scripting, and how to prevent them. You will also learn about encryption and authentication techniques for securing your applications and data.
This module covers how to build real-time applications using NodeJS and related technologies, such as WebSockets and Socket.IO. You will learn how to design and implement real-time communication between clients and servers.
In this module, you will learn advanced debugging techniques for NodeJS applications, including how to use debugging tools, such as Node Inspector, to diagnose and fix issues in your code. You will also learn how to use profiling tools to identify performance bottlenecks in your applications.