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Setup Nodemon to automatically restart the server

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Use ES6 style Promises with Node.js

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Pass command line arguments to node.js

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Install nodejs-dashboard

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Testing ES6 Promises in Node.js using Mocha and Chai

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Deploy Node.js on Docker

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Deploying a Node.js Application to AWS with Elastic Beanstalk

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Using ES6 and beyond with Node.js

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Trying new versions of Node.js with NVM

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CLI node modules

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First API with Node.js, Express and MongoDB

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node tutorial about Setup Nodemon to automatically restart the server

Setup Nodemon to automatically restart the server

1:02 node PRO

Soon or later, we get tired of having to manually restart our Node.js application. We will install and configure Nodemon to help us with that headache.

Remember to install it as a development dependency with yarn add --dev nodemon and limit its scope with --watch [dir].

javascript tutorial about Use ES6 style Promises with Node.js

Use ES6 style Promises with Node.js

5:56 javascript PRO

Using promises can be confusing. In this lesson, I show you how to create promises to chain functions together in a specified order. You'll also learn how to pass the return value of promises as the input parameters of promises further down the chain. All examples in this lesson utilize native ES6 style promises, which are fully supported by recent versions of node.js without any dependencies.

node tutorial about Pass command line arguments to node.js

Pass command line arguments to node.js

3:10 node PRO

Command line arguments are often used to modify the behavior of an application or specify needed parameters for operation. In this lesson, you will learn how to access the command line arguments passed to your node.js application as well as different strategies for evaluating and accessing them.

node tutorial about Install nodejs-dashboard

Install nodejs-dashboard

2:54 node PRO

In this lesson, you will learn how to install the Formidable nodejs-dashboard. You will learn what each section of the dashboard is used for and see a sample application in action.

chai tutorial about Testing ES6 Promises in Node.js using Mocha and Chai

Testing ES6 Promises in Node.js using Mocha and Chai

4:53 chai PRO

Writing great ES6 style Promises for Node.js is only half the battle. Your great modules must include tests as well to ensure future iterations don't break them. In this lesson, I show you a simple ES6 Promise in Node.js, then walk you through creating tests in Mocha using chai and chai-as-promised to test both resolve and reject methods.

docker tutorial about Deploy Node.js on Docker

Deploy Node.js on Docker

9:54 docker PRO

Getting nodejs to run inside of Docker is relatively simple. Getting nodejs to run inside of Docker while using recommended best practices takes some planning. In this lesson, I’ll show you how to get a simple nodejs web server running in Docker on your local workstation while adhering to best practices.

express tutorial about Deploying a Node.js Application to AWS with Elastic Beanstalk

Deploying a Node.js Application to AWS with Elastic Beanstalk

5:56 express PRO

In this lesson, you will take a sample Node.js and Express web application to Amazon Web Services by leveraging the managed service, Elastic Beanstalk. This lesson will cover packaging the application, configuring a new Elastic Beanstalk application, and deploying the packaged application to an environment within your application.

javascript tutorial about Using ES6 and beyond with Node.js

Using ES6 and beyond with Node.js

5:18 javascript PRO

If you're used to using all the latest ES6+ hotness on the front end via Babel, working in Node.js can feel like a step back. Thankfully, it's easy to bring all the Babel goodness with you to the backend, and that's exactly what this lesson covers.

node tutorial about Trying new versions of Node.js with NVM

Trying new versions of Node.js with NVM

4:26 node PRO

It's possible to install and run multiple versions of Node.js using a project called NVM. In this lesson we'll walk though the installation, how to try out Node.js version 4.0.0 & even how to configure Webstorm to use any nvm-installed version. Note: NVM works on Mac OSX and Linux only. For a Windows version (with the same commands) see https://github.com/coreybutler/nvm-windows or https://github.com/hakobera/nvmw

javascript tutorial about CLI node modules

CLI node modules

2:07 javascript PRO

Many node modules provide a command line interface. In this lesson, we'll look at how to use them, as well as how to avoid npm install -g for "global" tools.

node tutorial about First API with Node.js, Express and MongoDB

First API with Node.js, Express and MongoDB

6:44 node PRO

Learn how to import data into your MongoDB and then use Express to serve a simple Node.js API.

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