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Node.js Certification Training

Course Description

Node.js Certification Training

This Node JS training enables you to build network applications quickly and efficiently using JavaScript. The Node JS certification training course is designed to help developers understand and build web applications with the help of JavaScript.

Node JS Course Overview

The Node JS certification training course helps you gain an in-depth knowledge of concepts such as Express.js, Node Packet Manager (NPM), shrink-wrap, NPM Vet, REST, Express.js with MongoDB, and SQLite CRUD operations. This Node JS training focuses on the essential concepts of Node JS and provides hands-on experience in building an HTTP server.


This Node JS Certification Training is ideal for technical project managers, technical leads, full-stack web developers, quality analysts, architects, and students or aspiring professionals who wish to lead web development.


The prerequisites to take up this Node JS training course includes basic knowledge of JavaScript and HTML.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 1 – Introduction and Foundation

1 Introduction
2 The Node.js framework
3 Installing Node.js
4 Using Node.js to execute scripts

Lesson 2 – Node Projects

1 The Node Package Manager
2 Creating a project
3 The package.json configuration file
4 Global vs. local package installation

Lesson 3 – Working with shrink-wrap to lock the node modules versions

1 What is shrink-wrap
2 Working with npmvet
3 Working with outdated command
Install NPM Shrinkwrap

Lesson 4 – Working with asynchronous programming

1 Asynchronous basics
2 Callback functions
3 Working with Promises
4 Advance promises
5 Using Request module to make api calls
Asynchronous Commands

Lesson 5 – Building a HTTP Server with Node.JS using HTTP APIs

1 The HTTP protocol
2 Building an HTTP server
3 Rendering a response
4 Processing query strings
5 Processing posted data
Building a HTTP Server with Node.JS using HTTP APIs

Lesson 6 – File System

1 Synchronous vs. asynchronous I/O
2 Path and directory operations
3 __dirname and __filename
4 Asynchronous file reads and writes
File System & Security

Lesson 7 – Buffers, Streams, and Events

1 Using buffers for binary data
2 Flowing vs. non-flowing streams
3 Streaming I/O from files and other sources
4 Processing streams asynchronously
File System and Security

Lesson 8 – Multi-Processing in NodeJS

1 Working with Child Process API
2 Working with Cluster API for multi-core servers

Lesson 9 – ExpressJS

1 The model-view-controller pattern
2 Defining Jade templates
3 Configuring Express
4 Postman configuration
5 Using REST
6 JSON Data
7 Reading POST data
8 CRUD operations
9 Adding middleware

Lesson 10 – Express JS with MongoDB and Sqlite

1 How Node.js connects to databases
2 RDBMS databases and NoSQL databases
3 Connecting to RDBMS and Mongodb databases
4 Performing CRUD operations
Express JS-CRUD

Lesson 11 –, The Front-end, and A Chat App

1 Getting Started
2 Adding To Your App
3 Exploring The Front-end
4 Sending Live Data Back & Forth
5 Creating The Front-end UI
6 Showing Messages In App
7 Working With Time
8 Timestamps
9 Show Message Time In Chat App
10 Chat application Project

Lesson 12 – Introduction to Task Managers with unit testing

1 Working with gulp
2 Working with grunt
3 Working with unit and E2E testing


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