Node.js + Express – Tutorial – What is Express? And why should we use it?

Part of a complete node.js series, including the usage of Express.js and much more! Time to introduce Express which is a Node.js framework. This video …

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Mourad ELGORMA

Mourad ELGORMA

Fondateur de summarynetworks, passionné des nouvelles technologies et des métiers de Réseautique , Master en réseaux et système de télécommunications. ,j’ai affaire à Pascal, Delphi, Java, MATLAB, php …Connaissance du protocole TCP / IP, des applications Ethernet, des WLAN …Planification, installation et dépannage de problèmes de réseau informatique……Installez, configurez et dépannez les périphériques Cisco IOS. Surveillez les performances du réseau et isolez les défaillances du réseau. VLANs, protocoles de routage (RIPv2, EIGRP, OSPF.)…..Manipuler des systèmes embarqués (matériel et logiciel ex: Beaglebone Black)…Linux (Ubuntu, kali, serveur Mandriva Fedora, …). Microsoft (Windows, Windows Server 2003). ……Paquet tracer, GNS3, VMware Workstation, Virtual Box, Filezilla (client / serveur), EasyPhp, serveur Wamp,Le système de gestion WORDPRESS………Installation des caméras de surveillance ( technologie hikvision DVR………..). ,

31 réflexions sur “Node.js + Express – Tutorial – What is Express? And why should we use it?

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    novembre 13, 2020 à 8:39
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    Thank you so much! First node.js tutorial I've seen that really explains how and why to do things instead of just showing how stuff is done. It really helps understanding and makes learning so much more fun!

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    novembre 13, 2020 à 8:39
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    Great series, Max! Do you also have a course on Node/Express on Udemy? I'm owning all your other courses in there. 🙂

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    novembre 13, 2020 à 8:39
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    MAX DU BIST DER BESTEEEEEEEE
    Suche seit zwei Tagen nach guten Tutorials…habe ein paar auch stundenlang angeschaut. Deine gefallen mir sehr gut, auch wenn die Soundqualitaet nicht gut ist. Vielen Dank fuer die Videos!

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    novembre 13, 2020 à 8:39
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    Hi Maximilian, I am learning MEAN from your MEAN series on Udemy, It's pretty nice, Although, I was stuck at the Observable section some days ago, and for that, I just watched our Videos here on youtube about Observables. But It took some time to find these videos, It may be helpful If you can link your youtube videos on Udemy series, which are related to the topics. Thanks for All your wonderful lectures containing precious knowledge at very low cost. I am really Happy.

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    novembre 13, 2020 à 8:39
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    as a beginner is it worth it to use express right away or should i learn plain node js first the hard way?

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    novembre 13, 2020 à 8:39
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    Thought this dude just snorted a few rails before recording this tutorial. Then I realized I had playback speed set at x1.5 from a previous video I was watching. Good tutorial!

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    novembre 13, 2020 à 8:39
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    You're a wizard. Thanks for posting tutorials! I've bought a few of your Udemy courses in the last month or two and I'm really happy with the content. The same cannot be said for other courses I've bought lately on Udemy ;).
    Do you have anything that teaches me how to hook up Nuxt to different databases? I'm still green when it comes to storing data and I haven't seen (yet) how do do it in your Udemy course. Maybe I'm just not there yet. I'd really love to know more about Firestore, but also I'd love to know more about SQL options that are available these days. I still don't know why I would choose one over the other. I get that SQL is supposed to be for relational databases, but I don't honestly understand why a noSQL db like Firestore can't be just as powerful. Perhaps you can help me understand.
    I would love, love, love, love if you created a quote calculator in Nuxt. It's the beginner program I'm working on now. We quote for roof moss treatment, so the idea is, size up the project I have… Multiply variables based on values of services that I set on a settings page… Then produce a quote that I can email or save as pdf. It sounds super easy to me but… It's proving to be more difficult for my beginner skill set. Teach me oh wise one! 😉

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    novembre 13, 2020 à 8:39
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    Hey !!! I am amazed to see you here. I mean i m just doing your rect course from udemy . And i was searching for express js in Google and got your advertisement, PLEASED TO SEE U HERE bro😍❤️

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