Express.js Tutorial Online Training
This intermediate Building Web servers with Express.js tutorial prepares software engineers to create and customize a web server, the necessary tool for interfacing between your web application and its online users, with Express.js.
In the world of web servers, you have plenty of choice, and if you learn the right tools, you'll never have to build them from scratch. Frameworks do a lot of the hard work and heavy lifting for you, so building web servers comes down to choosing the right framework and learning how to use it.
This course covers using Express.js to build your web servers for you. Express.js has a minimalistic design, middleware support, and a large ecosystem, which makes it perfect for software engineers with big ideas and a creative approach.
After finishing the videos in this Building Web Servers with Express.js Tutorial training, you'll know how to create and customize a web server, the necessary tool for interfacing between your web application and its online users, with Express.js.
Express.js Tutorial: What You Need to Know
This Express.js training has videos that cover Node.js web application framework topics including:
- Defining routes for your web server
- Implementing logic that handles incoming requests
- Rendering a response in HTML, JSON, and more
- Maintaining application operations with a web server
Who Should Take Express.js Training?
New or aspiring software engineers. Express.js is a particularly good tool for new software engineers to learn to use for two reasons. First, building web servers is complex and challenging. Second, because Express.js is lightweight and un-opinionated, you won't be bogged down with preconceived ideas or pre-made choices about your designs and implementation.
Experienced software engineers. Not every software engineer needs to know how to build a web server. If you've been working in the industry for a few years, you probably know that. This course will teach you to use Express.js to build your web servers — Express takes a ton of the tedium out of the job and leaves you more time to make the clever and creative choices that define your role as a software engineer.