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Deploying a Node.js Application to AWS with Elastic Beanstalk

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Refactoring tip: no empty lines inside a function

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hapi.js - Up and running

CSS Display Property: Block, Inline-Block, and Inline

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CSS :not Selector

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

Deploying a Node.js Application to AWS with Elastic Beanstalk

5:56 node 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.

js tutorial about Refactoring tip: no empty lines inside a function

Refactoring tip: no empty lines inside a function

5:00 js PRO

To keep code elegant and readable, this lesson presents a refactoring technique consisting of two rules: (1) Don't have empty lines in a function, (2) keep the function short, with at most 6 or 8 statements. See how this can help keep each function focused on one responsibility.

node tutorial about hapi.js - Up and running

hapi.js - Up and running

1:40 node

hapi is a rock solid server framework for Node.js. Its focus on modularity and configuration-over-convention makes it the perfect match for any size development team. This video will introduce you to hapi by showing you the bare minimum needed to run a hapi server.

css tutorial about CSS Display Property: Block, Inline-Block, and Inline

CSS Display Property: Block, Inline-Block, and Inline

2:51 css PRO

Understanding the most common CSS display types of block, inline-block, and inline will allow you to get the most out of your HTML and use CSS Frameworks like Bootstrap to their fullest.

css tutorial about CSS :not Selector

CSS :not Selector

0:53 css PRO

The CSS :not() selector allows us to exclude a subset of elements matched by our selector. In this example we refactor two selectors down to one using the CSS :not() selector.

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