This intermediate NestJS Tutorial training prepares learners to read, write, and code with NestJS and all its features — uniquely powerful tools for speeding and cleaning up your back-end development.
NestJS is a leading application development framework that comes equipped with features, automated processes, and shortcuts to make developing scalable Node.js web applications quicker and more efficient. This course is designed to help you master Nest.js. This NestJS tutorial explains the pieces that Nest.js inherits from its component elements like Angular and Express.js, as well as what sets it apart from rival server-side app development frameworks.
Take this NestJS course and get comfortable with skills like building REST API applications, dependency injections, and dynamically configuring your application to different environments.
After completing this NestJS Tutorial training, you'll know how to read, write, and code with NestJS and all its features — uniquely powerful tools for speeding and cleaning up your back-end development.
NestJS Tutorial: What You Need to Know
This NestJS Tutorial training has videos that cover topics including:
- Developing scalable applications that are easy to test
- Incorporating Express.js, out-of-the-box APIs, and Angular to your code
- Scaffolding whole features with one command in the Nest.js CLI
- Navigating the templates and boilerplates Nest.js offers
- Organizing code with modules and abstracting complex logic with providers
Who Should Take NestJS Tutorial Training?
New or aspiring software engineers. This Next.js course can help developers who've just started their careers as software engineers by explaining concepts like modules, providers, and controllers, which organize, abstract, and automate the behavior of your code and make it possible to handle extremely complex scaling operations.
Experienced software engineers. Software engineers with several years of experience will find this NestJS course fast and easy, plus they'll appreciate the clarity with which Nest.js divides their code and applications into microservices that make it possible to abstract functionality and scale web applications.