Ready to take your server-side programming skills to the next level? We'll show you how with the new updates to our Learn Node.js course.
Node.js's popularity in back-end development makes it a great tool for anyone looking to become a Back-End or Full-Stack Engineer. Plus, learning how to use it will also make it easier for you to learn libraries and frameworks like Express and SQLite. Jiwon S., one of our Curriculum Developers who contributed to the course’s development, explains how:
"Having a strong foundation in core Node.js modules will prepare you for building complete web apps with other popular Node packages."
Who is the course for?
It's also a good choice if you're looking to venture into back-end development, as you'll learn how to create servers and perform essential back-end operations for web applications.
What are the specific changes?
- Learn Node.js is now divided into two lessons: Introduction to Node.js and Node.js Essentials.
- New lesson on Setting up a Server with HTTP
- Updates and new quizzes on core Node.js modules and HTTP
- New projects: Message Mixer and Rock-Paper Scissors
- Added articles on What is JSON, Implementing Modules in Node, Node modules, and What is REST?
- Updated the Setting up Node.js Locally article
How will this affect learners who've already completed Learn Node.js?
If you've already completed the course, you'll retain your progress and certificate. If you're currently enrolled, you'll notice a decrease in your progress because of the new material.