Introduction to Node.js 
Introduction to Node.js
by TheNetNinja
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Date Added: August 11, 2016

Lecture Description

Yo ninjas, welcome to your very first Node JS tutorial for beginners. In this Node JS tutorial I'll introduce to what exactly Node is all about, why we'd use it and the technologies you'll need to be familiar with to get started.

In a nutshell, Node JS lets us run JavaScript on a computer / server, so with it we can create dynamic web applications in JavaScript from start to finish, without the need to learn another language.

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Course Description

In this Node JS tutorial series for beginners, we'll be walking step by step through what Node JS is, and how it all works. We'll also be creating a Node JS application from scratch using express, and hook it up to MongoDB - a noSQL database perfect for using with Node.

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