Node JS

Overview

NodeJS is an open-source JavaScript runtime environment built on Chrome V8 JavaScript Engine. It was created by Ryan Dahl as a platform for web applications. In this course, we’ll teach you everything about Node.js from scratch. You’ll start with installing Node.js on your machine, then move onto learning basic concepts like Express, MongoDB, Socket.io, etc. It provides a platform for building scalable network applications that run in multiple environments.

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Introduction to NodeJS

NodeJS is a platform for developing server-side applications using JavaScript. It’s also known as node.js because it uses JavaScript as its core language. NodeJS is designed to make it easy to write scalable network applications.

Benefits of NodeJS

NodeJS is a cross-platform application development framework that runs on Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X operating systems. It provides a set of APIs that allow developers to easily develop web applications with JavaScript. NodeJS is ideal for building real-time apps, such as chat rooms, games, and social networks.

Types and Uses of NodeJS

NodeJS is a platform that allows developers to write code using JavaScript. It’s also a runtime environment that executes JavaScript files. NodeJS uses Google Chrome’s V8 engine to execute JavaScript.

Topics Covered in Node JS

In this tutorial, we will learn how to install NodeJS on our system, run some simple commands, and understand what NodeJS is. We will also learn how to use ExpressJS as a web application framework.

What you will learn after completing the course

After completing this tutorial, you should be able to install NodeJS on your system, run some simple command line operations, and understand what NodeJs is. You should also be able to use ExpressJS as an application framework

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