Build Your E-Commerce Website Using Node JS

 NodeJs: Beginner Practical Guide – E-Commerce Web API [2023]

With Express and MongoDB Cloud Version (Atlas), Build a Full E-Shop from Setup to Production.

Build Your E-Commerce Website Using Node JS

What you’ll learn

Real World Backend RESTful API For E-Commerce Platform Ready for Mobile or Web E-Shop Application

An interactive course is like a real-world job by assigning tasks and reviewing them with Pull Requests

Express & Mongoose Middleware

Advanced Mongoose Queries and Relationships Between Database Collections

Login & Register Users – JWT/Cookie Authentication

File Upload & Multiple File Upload

API Security (XSS protection, Rate Limiting)

Store and retrieve complex data in MongoDB

Use MongoDB in Cloud

Use modern JavaScript features (ES6, ES7)

Full E-Commerce project to add to your portfolio

What is Node.js?

Node.js, or Node, is a runtime environment for executing JavaScript code outside of a browser. It is ideal for building highly-scalable, data-intensive backend services (APIs) that power your client’s apps (web or mobile apps).

Why Should Learn Node?

Node is great for prototyping and agile development as well as building super fast and highly scalable apps; Companies like Uber and PayPal use Node in production to build applications because it requires fewer people and less code. 

Plus, Node has the largest ecosystem of open-source libraries, so you don’t have to build everything from scratch.

You learn in this course how to use MongoDB without installing extra tools, MongoDB is now on the cloud, so you will store your database in a safe place!

This is not a reading documentation course. You have here a real-world project to learn from, and you will see the exact place of every feature of every technology used in this course.

What we’ll cover:

  • Node module system
  • Node Package Manager (NPM)
  • Asynchronous JavaScript
  • Useful ES6+ features
  • Implementing CRUD operations
  • Storing complex data in MongoDB
  • Data Validation
  • Authentication and authorization
  • User Roles
  • Handling and logging errors the right way
  • Deployment
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