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00:00:00 - 00:04:20
Scott Moss introduces the course by providing some personal and professional foundation. An outline of the material that will be covered and course assets are additionally given in this fragment.
00:04:21 - 00:08:06
History of Node.js
00:08:07 - 00:14:02
Scott explains the non-blocking I/O model utilized by Node.js to deal with simultaneous associations in superior execution network applications. Key elements, for example, occasion circles, callbacks, non-blocking APIs, and its single-strung nature, add to its proficiency.
00:14:03 - 00:23:39
Scott strolls through the arrangement of Node.js and a variant chief called nvm. The section includes creating a basic Node.js program that prints to the terminal.
00:23:40 - 00:31:28
Program versus Node.js
Creating a CLI
00:31:29 - 00:40:57
Process and Climate
Scott explains the worldwide cycle object, highlighting normally utilized properties and strategies joined to it. The portion additionally covers using process.env to get to climate factors.
00:40:58 - 00:53:40
Custom CLI Arrangement
Scott explains command-line interfaces, shows creating a Node.js project using npm, and covers the contents of the produced package.json record. The fragment likewise includes linking to the document and defining the content's current circumstance with a hashbang.
00:53:41 - 00:57:43
Processing CLI Contentions
Scott strolls through the method involved with building out the rationale for a custom note-taking CLI, enabling it to acknowledge input from the terminal as another note.
00:57:44 - 01:04:54
Scott talks about Node.js modules, which are independent bits of code intended to perform explicit errands. Node.js has three sorts of modules: internal, client made, and third-party modules.
01:04:55 - 01:11:59
Importing and Exporting Modules
Scott exhibits how to import both internal and outside modules in Node.js. The distinctions between using 'require' and 'import' for including outer modules are additionally explained in this portion.
01:12:00 - 01:18:43
Thinking in Modules
Scott examines things to remember while developing modules for Node.js applications. This fragment covers topics, for example, module contents, product and import designs, and index.js designs.
01:18:44 - 01:28:50
Internal and outsider Modules
Scott talks about worked in modules that are accessible within the Node.js climate. Installing, updating, and removing third-party modules using npm is additionally canvassed in this section.
01:28:51 - 01:36:14
Using the yargs Module
Scott exhibits the installation and utilization of the third-party yargs module to carry out an assistance command for the custom note-taking CLI.
01:36:15 - 01:43:23
Notes Application Commands
Scott sets up the establishment for CLI commands like new, all, find, eliminate, web, and clean.
01:43:24 - 02:02:09
Scott explains the advantages of asynchronous code, which permits different operations to happen while waiting for an errand to finish. An exhibition of how to keep away from settled callbacks using guarantees is likewise shrouded in this portion.
02:02:10 - 02:14:40
Scott exhibits how to utilize the inherent FS module, which gives a Programming interface to interacting with the record framework. Understudy questions regarding debugging mistakes involving nesting callbacks are additionally shrouded in this section.
02:14:41 - 02:24:18
Using a Record as a DB
02:24:19 - 02:37:02
CRUD Techniques: Make
Scott explains CRUD operations, which involve make, read, update, and erase activities on the notes in the data set. Abstracting the recently made insert utility capability for creating new notes and an understudy's inquiry concerning destructuring are likewise canvassed in this fragment.
02:37:03 - 02:48:47
CRUD Techniques: Read and Erase
Scott fosters a capability to get all notes from the data set and channels them in view of the gave channel string. A show of the most common way of removing notes with explicit IDs and clearing all notes from the data set in this fragment is likewise given in this section.
02:48:48 - 03:03:57
Using the CRUD Strategies
Scott refreshes the commands to use the recently made CRUD strategies, allowing for better usefulness and interaction with the notes in the data set.
03:03:58 - 03:10:37
Kinds of Tests
Scott examines the various kinds of testing in a Node.js application, which include unit testing, integration testing, start to finish testing, and Programming interface testing.
03:10:38 - 03:21:28
Unit Testing with Jest
Scott shows writing and running tests using the Jest testing system. Jest automatically examines for test files in the tests directory and executes them.
03:21:29 - 03:34:18
Testing with Derides
Scott talks about testing with mock capabilities and information to perform tests without modifying the genuine information in the data set. Mock capabilities, additionally alluded to as "spies," notice the way of behaving of indirectly called capabilities, allowing for careful testing of capability conduct and result.
03:34:19 - 03:37:18
Extra Test Models
Scott shows extra instances of tests for various functionalities and use cases.
03:37:19 - 03:50:28
Creating a Fundamental Server
Scott examines the idea of a Node.js server, which tunes in for incoming organization demands and answers by executing code or providing information. A stroll through the method involved with creating an essential Node.js server is likewise covered this portion.
03:50:29 - 03:57:50
Interpolating Information and Formatting Notes
Scott exhibits how to interpolate the notes information, inserting or embedding values into a string or layout to progressively make another string. The most effective method to define the organization of the returned notes is likewise shrouded in this section.
03:57:51 - 04:06:07
Sending Notes to the Client
Scott outlines the usage of the createServer capability to take the variety of notes and produce a Node.js HTTP server that serves the organized HTML to the client.
04:06:08 - 04:12:52
Scott wraps up the course by summarizing the CLI application worked all through the illustrations. Assets and ideas for additional learning valuable open doors are likewise given in this fragment.
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