Node.js, Express & MongoDB Dev to Deployment

Node.js, Express & MongoDB Dev to Deployment

Created by Brad Traversy
Last updated 10/2017
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Created by Brad Traversy
Created by Brad Traversy
Last updated 10/2017
Last updated 10/2017
Last updated 10/2017
English
English [Auto-generated]
English
English [Auto-generated]
English
English [Auto-generated]
English [Auto-generated]
What Will I Learn?
  • Build high quality applications built with Node, Express and MongoDB
  • Implement authentication including local & Google OAuth strategies
  • Create data models with Mongoose ODM
  • Prepare & deploy apps to production with Heroku
  • Learn ES6 concepts like arrow functions, template strings & promises
What Will I Learn?
Requirements
  • Basic HTML / CSS knowledge
  • A good understanding of JavaScript Fundamentals (functions, objects, loops, etc)
Requirements
  • Basic HTML / CSS knowledge
  • A good understanding of JavaScript Fundamentals (functions, objects, loops, etc)
Description

In this 8.5 hour course you will learn by example building 2 real world server-side applications from scratch all the way up to deployment with a real domain. No more confusion about how to build a Node app for production and not just on your localhost.

You will learn how to structure your Node/Express applications, create data models, relate data, display views, authenticate users, create helpers and much more…

PROJECT 1 – VIDJOT 

An application where content creators can register and jot down and manage ideas for future videos

The first project is quite simple as it is meant to be an introduction where I explain everything about Express routing, middleware, templates, Mongoose, etc. We implement Passport and a local strategy where we store emails as usernames and encrypted passwords in our database. We will prepare and deploy this app to Heroku and add a domain name

PROJECT 2 – STORYBOOKS

A much more sophisticated project. A social network for creating public and private stories.

This app uses a Google OAuth 2.0 strategy for authentication. Users can login and create stories which can be set to public or private. They can also choose if comments are allowed to be posted. We will create a dashboard for users to manage their stories. We will create helpers for authentication and access control as well as handlebars template helpers. We will prepare and deploy this app to Heroku and add a domain name

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone that wants to learn how to build & deploy apps built with Node, Express & MongoDB

Size: 1.31G

Description
Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone that wants to learn how to build & deploy apps built with Node, Express & MongoDB

Size: 1.31G

Who is the target audience?

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