Professional Node.js


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Professional Node.js
4 days  (Instructor Led Online)  |  Web Development

Course Details

In this Professional Node.js training course, you will be presented with various sets of patterns that are ready to use to efficiently solve your everyday development and design problems. In this four-day course, you will understand what different traditional design patterns look like in Node.js, and how to design modules that focus on performing a single task at a given point in time. You will also gain an understanding of the basic building blocks and principles of writing large and well-organised Node.js applications. You will be able to apply these principles to problems that don’t fall within the scope of existing patterns.

Node.js is considered a game-changer. It is the biggest shift of the decade in web development. Node.js applications are written in JavaScript, which enables scenarios such as single-language application stacks and the sharing of code between the server and the client.

The goal of this course is to guide you through the emerging world of patterns, techniques, and practices, helping you to understand proven solutions to common problems. Throughout the course, you will be presented with several libraries and technologies. They will be used to demonstrate a pattern or technique, and will also give you great exposure to the Node.js ecosystem and its set of solutions.


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Lesson 1: Welcome to the Node.js Platform

  • The Node.js Philosophy
  • Introduction to Node.js 6 and ES2015
  • The Reactor Pattern

Lesson 2: Node.js Essential Patterns

  • The Callback Pattern
  • The Module System and its Patterns
  • The Observer Pattern

Lesson 3: Asynchronous Control Flow Patterns with Callbacks

  • The Difficulties of Asynchronous Programming
  • Using Plain JavaScript
  • The async Library

Lesson 4: Asynchronous Control Flow Patterns with ES2015 and Beyond

  • Promise
  • Generators
  • Async/Await Using Babel
  • Comparison

Lesson 5: Coding with Streams

  • Discovering the Importance of Streams
  • Getting Started with Streams
  • Asynchronous Control Flow with Streams
  • Piping Patterns

Lesson 6: Design Patterns

  • Factory
  • Revealing Constructor
  • Proxy
  • Decorator
  • Adapter
  • Strategy
  • State
  • Template
  • Middleware
  • Command

Lesson 7: Wiring Modules

  • Modules and Dependencies
  • Patterns for Wiring Modules
  • Wiring Plugins

Lesson 8: Universal JavaScript for Web Applications

  • Sharing Code with the Browser
  • Introducing Webpack
  • Fundamentals of Cross-Platform Development

Target Audience

  • This course is for developers who have already had initial contact with Node.js and now want to get the most out of it in terms of productivity, design quality, and scalability.
  • Developers with intermediate experience in Node.js will also find the techniques presented in this course beneficial.


Before attending this course you are required to have some prior exposure to technology through some basic examples since this course will cover some basic concepts as well.



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

  • Processor: Pentium 4 (or equivalent)
  • 2GB RAM
  • Hard disk space: 10GB
  • A projecting device (for the instructor only)
  • An internet connection
  • A keyboard, mouse, or other pointing devices