Perfect course for beginners to explore how to setup a Restful API!GET, POST, PUT, DELETE
All the resources are provided along with source code to get you started quickly
Technology used within the course:
- Frontend AJAX requests will be using jQuery AJAX
- Front end web page dynamic elements from JSON data using jQuery
- HTML and CSS for presentation of front end application
- NodeJS will be used for back end server
- NPM packages include nodemon, express,bodyParser,sqlite3
- Database is at the end usingSQLite - SQLite setup files are included*
- Editor BracketsBrowser Chrome DevTools
Lessons cover the following:
- Explore how the terminal can be used to setup a backend server using Node.js. Command line interface simple commands will be used to navigate and seutp folders.
- Introduction to the Node Package Manager and how you can use it to get pre built code and bring it easily into your projects.
- Create your start files and learn how you can run node.js files
- explore Node modules and how they workinto your main app file
- Learn how to setup an http server using node ready for localhost
- Explore getting file content and reading it as data
- Power Up your node application withExpress and Nodemon
- API web resources Postman CRUD
- Use BodyParser to get post data
- Find out howMiddleware app use works
- Apply logic with conditional statement to create a login check
- Setup your application for static frontend files index.html
- Requests and responses to the server and webpage
- Setup your routes for aRestful API GET POSTPUTDELETE
- Use data to output to page
- Code refactoring with a helper file
- Updating with adding a SQLite Database to hold data
Source code is included to get you started quickly
Step by step instruction, with friendly help always available in the Q&A section
Taught by an instructor with many years of web development experience, ready to help you learn
What are you waiting for join now and learn to setup your own RestFul API.
RESTful :Representational State Transfer (REST) When HTTP is used, as is most common, the operations available are GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, and other predefined CRUD HTTP methods.