Beginning Modern JavaScript Development with Microservices, WebRTC and React


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Beginning Modern JavaScript Development with Microservices, WebRTC and React
3 days  (Instructor Led Online)  |  Web Development

Course Details

The Beginning Modern JavaScript Development with Microservices, WebRTC and React course is a three-day instructor-led training where you will learn features such as native browser support and client-side processing, JavaScript will ensure that its relevance is not lost. By learning to implement JavaScript in your web applications, you can ensure seamless interaction and increase the dynamic aspects of your application.

The software industry is evolving very rapidly and new programming languages are emerging continuously, however, JavaScript has managed to remain the most popular choice for web developers. In fact, around 88% of the websites developed to date have some part of the JavaScript code in the background.

This fast-paced practical course focuses on application development while discussing the JavaScript libraries that help to build them. We not only look at building these applications but also explore a number of best practices to be followed. Take home the skills to build web applications for changing times.


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Microservices Architecture

  • Topic A: Introduction to Microservices Architecture

Introduction to Seneca

  • Topic A: Using Seneca
  • Topic B: Creating Your First Seneca Application


  • Topic A: WebRTC
  • Topic B: WebRTC Applications Using PeerJS
  • Topic C: Introduction to Socket.IO

Functional Reactive Programming

  • Topic A: Introduction to Reactive Programming
  • Topic B: Functional Programming in a Nutshell

Using the FRP Library – Bacon.js

  • Topic A: Errors and Exception Handling in Bacon.js
  • Topic B: Bacon APIs

React and Flux

  • Topic A: Understanding React
  • Topic B: Getting Started with JSX
  • Topic C: Flux and Flux.js
  • Topic D: Introduction to React Router

Target Audience

This course is ideal for client-side JavaScript developers.



This course will require a computer system for the instructor and one for each student. The minimum hardware requirements are as follows:

  • Processor: i3
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Hard disk: 10 GB
  • Internet connection



For this course, we will use the following software:

  • Windows 8 (64-bit)
  • Atom
  • Node.js
  • Bootstrap 4
  • React
  • The latest version of Google Chrome