Welcome to our complete Node.js Development Training program! Node.js has become a game-changing technology for making high-performance, real-time applications in the world of server-side programming. Our training is meant to give you the skills and information you need to use Node.js to its fullest and make applications that are reliable and efficient.
Why use Node.js?
Use an asynchronous design that doesn’t block to easily handle multiple connections at the same time.
Node.js is great for making scalable applications because it is based on events and has a small footprint.
It’s easy to make real-time apps like chat programmes, game servers, and tools for working together.
Key Highlights of Our Training:
Introduction to Node JS:
Understand how Node.js works as a server-side runtime environment, what its features are, and what its perks are.
Setting up Your Environment:
Learn how to install Node.js and npm and set up your working environment.
Learn about the most important parts of Node.js, like modules, the event loop, streams, and files.
Learn how to use callbacks, promises, and async/await to master asynchronous programming techniques.
Building Web Servers:
Use Node.js and tools like Express.js to learn how to build web servers.
Working with Databases:
Use tools like Mongoose for MongoDB and Sequalae for SQL databases to learn how to talk to databases.
Learn how to make and use RESTful APIs so that clients and services can talk to each other.
Look into how to make real-time apps using technologies like Web Sockets.
Why Should You Choose Our Training for Node.js Development?
Learn from experienced Node.js writers who share real-world tips and the best ways to do things in the field.
Use what you’ve learned by doing coding tasks, projects, and simulations of the real world.
Learn how to use the latest Node.js tools, techniques, and trends. You can move up in your career if you know how to build scalable and real-time apps with Node.js.
Flexible Learning Formats:
You can take online lessons at your own pace or attend live sessions led by an instructor.
Who Should Attend:
- Full-stack developers in the making
- IT pros who are interested in integrating Node.js
- Anyone interested in making apps that run in real time
Why Choose Checkmate IT Tech?
If you want to find training providers who will help you succeed in your Node.js journey by giving your ongoing support and tools, look here. Checkmate IT gives a complete introduction to Node.js that covers both the theory and the real world. Some of these are access to trainers, online communities, practice tasks, and help with finding a job. Checkmate IT Tech has training choices that work with your schedule and how you like to learn.
- What is Node.js and what are its good points?
- Setting up a development environment for Node.js
- The Event Loop and Asynchronous Programming: What You Need to Know
- The Common JS Pattern and the Node.js Modules
- Using npm (Node Package Manager) to take care of packages
- Using Core Modules like fs, path, http, and so on.
- FS Module: How to Read and Write Files
- File operations can be either asynchronous or synchronous
- Making an HTTP server is easy.
- Requests and How to Handle Them
- js is used to build APIs
- SQL and NoSQL are two types of databases
- Connecting to and asking questions about databases (like MongoDB and MySQL).
- Using an ORM (like Sequelize) to talk to a database
- Getting users to sign up and log in
- JSON Web Tokens (JWT) are used to protect APIs.
- Access Control Based on Roles
- A Brief Introduction
- Using Socket.io, you can make chat apps that work in real time
- Design Rules for RESTful APIs
- Using Express.js to make RESTful APIs
- Taking care of requests, replies, and middleware
- Errors and Exceptions in Node.js: How to Handle Them
- Using built-in tools and IDEs to debug Node.js applications
- Using testing frameworks like Mocha and Jest to write unit tests.
- Continuous Integration and Deployment for Node.js Applications (CI/CD)
- Putting Node.js apps on hosting platforms (like Heroku and AWS) is called “deploying”
- Guided hands-on projects: making real-world Node.js apps
- Presentations by students and a review of the law
- Review of the main ideas and lessons
- Discussion of Resources and Other Ways to Learn
- Certificates for finishing a course
- Programming that happens at different times (Callbacks, Promises, Async/Await)
- The Web Application Framework (Express.js)
- The Design and Development of RESTful API
- Node Package Manager (NPM)
- Development of Middleware
- Socket.IO Can Be Used for Real-Time Applications
- Integration of databases (like MongoDB, MySQL, and PostgreSQL)
- Authentication and Authorization (Passport.js, for example)
- Unit testing (such as with Mocha or Jest)
- Handling errors and finding bugs
- Deployment and DevOps (such as Docker and CI/CD)
- Optimization of Performance
- Best practices for security
- Microservices Architecture (using tools like Seneca or Nest.js)
Meet Your Mentors
Smith has worked with Node.js for more than 8 years and is an expert at making server-side apps that are reliable and scalable. John's skills include creating APIs, optimizing database queries, and putting together real-time features using technologies like Web Sockets. He has worked on several open-source projects and for a wide range of clients. Join Smith's course to learn how to make Node.js apps that work well and are easy to manage and that meet current industry standards.
Saud Khan is a coder who works with Node.js and has a creative side. Saud is a great teacher he has worked in both new tech companies and well-established ones. He is known for his creative way of putting together microservices architectures with Node.js and Docker, which makes it easy for apps to run. Saud's deep knowledge of asynchronous code and event-driven design will help you make high-performance apps. Course Highlights: If you take Saud's course, you'll learn how to solve difficult problems in the Node.js environment in a professional way.
Total Admission Fee
Admissions are closed once the requisite number of participants enroll for the upcoming cohort. Apply early to secure your seat.
"Begin your journey with a 20% upfront payment, and our dedicated associate will guide you through the enrollment process."
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Frequently Asked Questions
You can learn server-side programming, building APIs, asynchronous programming, working with databases, handling HTTP requests, and making real-time apps by learning Node.js.
In a normal Node.js course, you’ll learn how to set up Node.js, use npm (Node Package Manager), build web servers, use routing, work with databases (MongoDB, MySQL), make APIs, and use frameworks like Express.js.
Yes, we do offer help after training to help you get a job. This help includes access to tools, chances to meet new people, help with making a resume, and help getting ready for an interview.
You can work on tasks like building a RESTful API, making a real-time chat application with web sockets, building a blogging platform, making a user authentication system, or making a CRUD (create, read, update, delete) application.
Getting to know Node.js opens the door to jobs like “Node.js Developer,” “Full Stack Developer,” “Back-end Developer,” and “API Developer,” as well as jobs in tech, e-commerce, finance, and other fields.