Apollo & WebSockets tutorial - Express.js course Lesson 2

Intro to Apollo & WebSockets tutorial Welcome to the second lesson of the Express.js course, where we’ll focus on the Apollo & WebSockets tutorial for beginners. In the previous lesson, we were building a simple GraphQL API with Expres.js. Here you can find the URL of the Lesson1: How to build GraphQL API tutorial: https://www.blog.duomly.com/how-to-build-graphql-api-tutorial-express-js-course-lesson-1/ The code that we’ll build in the Express.js course should be used as the back-end for the front-end that my friend Anna is building in the React.

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How to build GraphQL API tutorial - Express.js course Lesson 1

Intro to how to build GraphQL API tutorial In the first lesson of the Express.JS course, we’ll focus on building a GraphQL API tutorial with typescript. Express.js is one of Node.JS’s most popular frameworks, which helps us create a backend for our application with the usage of Javascript or Typescript. It’s convenient because we can do full-stack development with only knowledge of the Javascript. Don’t worry if you don’t know Javascript yet, we created a course that will help you learn that excellent programming language.

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7 Node JS project ideas for beginners, to train your skills

Intro to Node JS project ideas for beginners In this article, I’d like to tell you about 7 Node JS project ideas that will help you train your skills, build an impressive portfolio, and get hired. For some time, I’m publishing the lists of projects that you can use to practice the coding skills that you’ve just learned. I was focusing mostly on frontend technologies, but today I decided to jump to the Javascript backend framework called Node JS.

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Node.js Course With Building a Fintech Banking App – Lesson 4: Login and User Authentication

Intro to Node.js Course - Login and User Authentication In previous weeks we started a Node.js Course, where we are building a fintech banking application. In this course, we are using the Nest.js framework and Typescript. In the first lesson of this Node.js Course, we started a project and done migrations to set up the database. In the second and third lesson, I focused on user registration, creating a new user in the database, and displaying the proper response from the endpoint.

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Node.js course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 3: User registration PART 2

In the previous week, I’ve published the second lesson of the Node.js Course, where we created registration and saved new users in our database. If you would like to be updated, feel free to go back to the lesson one and follow up or get the first lesson code from our Github. Today I’m going to refactor the code we’ve created for user registration to create a response which our API will send as a result.

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Node.js course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 2: User registration PART 1

Intro to Node.js Course – Lesson 2: User registration In the second lesson of the Node.js Course, we are going to create a user registration. In the previous week, I’ve published the first lesson of the Node.js Course, where we started a project using Nest.js, Nest CLI, PostgreSQL database, and Sequelize. Besides that, we managed to create migrations and set up the database. So, if you would like to be updated, feel free to go back to lesson one and follow up or get the first lesson code from our Github.

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Node.js course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 1: Start the project

This article is the first lesson of our Node.js course. The previous week, I and my friend started to build a project divided for two courses – backend with Golang and frontend with Angular 9. In the meantime, we got the idea to give you an alternative for a Golang course, and show you how to build a similar backend using Node.js. In this article, we are going to start by setting up the Nest.

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