2.1 Server-side with Node.js – Working with Data and APIs in JavaScript

2.1 Server-side with Node.js – Working with Data and APIs in JavaScript


47 thoughts on “2.1 Server-side with Node.js – Working with Data and APIs in JavaScript”

  1. Daniel Astillero

    Guys using Windows: you can run Ubuntu on top of Windows. Just install it from Microsoft Store and then open cmd and then run bash. Viola! You're no running Ubuntu. Play around there instead of on Windows.

  2. Daniel Astillero

    I'm following this Dan (https://github.com/morethanyell/nodejs-tut) will checkout a new branch for next episode.

  3. I just wanted to let you know, the way you've edited these past few videos are really really good. The part in the beginning to recap and summarize, also very well explained. I would say you're improving as a teacher. Thanks for the videos, really like em so far!

  4. I am so jealous that I didn't have these videos when I was learning all this stuff! Amazing videos, just discovered your channel and I haven been binge watching the challenges haha!

  5. Very rarely in my life do I come across people this generous and energetic. Also, I think I will now speak for everyone in here: dear Daniel, moarrrrr server-side JS tutorials, please!

  6. Hi Daniel

    Previewed your data and api's course; tried all the ones you published but also took advantage of your info on Glitch;

    Tried it out (https://glitch.com/~bennybrouwer) and I have a free website on the internet.

    (well – free is a limited option but since I am not using megabytes on fotos and films and do not require an Oracle SQL database (Express is part of the deal and fits fine in your course).

    If you check it out: moving the horizon uses a lot of tricks from your coding challenges – wish you made one on (2D !!!) defining your own X-axis: that makes programming fun.

    For those who want to try:

    – I tried github and know where to find the codingtrain but thats a study in itself – all I have on this site is just by copy and paste. (make sure you create your files in the right directory).

    – You need both an index.html and an index.js. Sorry Daniel but here your course could be more elaborate. By trial and error I got something going and the site itself does not have a clear help-system.

    – Advertising: directory structure is a puzzle for newbies but node and express are 'just available :)'. Publish your files shyless – why else go on the internet?

  7. Pradip Bhattarai

    Found your channel so late and I regret of that! Amazing and so exciting one😍😍 Please can you make tutorials on rendering multipage pdfs documents using node js server??

  8. Kenneth Robinson

    Love this series! Btw, if I may suggest for the next module, would you make a tutorial about Vue.js and ASP.NET Core Web API? that would be great! Thanks

  9. Wow man! You are amazing! I know that you have allredy a tutorial about this, but you explained the details that leaves us clueless, perfectly.
    😍👏👏

  10. How do we allow clients to access this server? Can we do so by allowing only a few devices or by publishing it everyone has access to it?

  11. The file 'index.html' is not 'assumed' but predefined by the 'Directory Index'. It's true however that it's usually index.html but it could also be index.htm or index.php for other webserver configurations.

  12. Node doesnt execute "line by line in the order its written" so nope i dont think thats what its saying.

    Nicely made video though!

  13. Any idea why if a friend clones my code of this and runs the index.js to open the server, he gets a Cannot Get / error, but I don't? Our files are identical.

  14. Sir, first of all thanks alot for your great great youtube educational collection.First was sceptical that your channel is for advanced developers but it was quite easy to follow.

  15. i have a doubt sir using a single file name such as index.html in express.static() function doesnt works only works if i specify a folder name??

  16. That moment when you're going through this playlist and everything starts clicking. Thank you for these videos! Very helpful!

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