Course Code: 0117


Node.js is an open-source, cross platform JavaScript run-time environment that enables execution of the JavaScript code outside a browser. It is commonly used in client-side scripting for scripts that are then run on user’s browsers. It is immensely popular among developers across the world as it unifies web application development using a single programming language. Well-known corporate users of Node.js software include GoDaddy, Groupon, IBM, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Netflix, PayPal, Rakuten, SAP, Walmart and Yahoo!.

Cognixia’s Node.js training program covers the basic concepts of Node.js, data types, WebSocket applications, MEAN stack applications, Express.js applications, Node.js security, as well as working with Node.js applications.

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Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

Live Classroom
Duration: 4 days

Live Virtual Classroom
Duration: 4 days

What You'll learn

  • Basic concepts of Node.js
  • Data types, file structures, network and WebSocket applications
  • The MEAN Stack & Express.js applications
  • How to optimize and secure Node.js applications?
  • How to debug, test, deploy, and maintain Node applications


  • What is Node.js and why?
  • Advantages and disadvantages
  • Differences between Java and Node js
  • Downloading and installing Node.js
  • Creating a simple Node application
  • The Node.js terminal
  • js package manager NPM
  • Creating a package for managing your application
  • What is a module?
  • Require and Module exports
  • Using core modules
  • Node apps and managing a file system
  • Creating and deleting files and directories
  • Making a simple server
  • When to use HTTP and HTTPS
  • Server ports and listening
  • HTTP requests and responses
  • Request and response headers and body
  • Creating a response to incoming requests
  • Building a simple HTTP server with static files
  • What is the express framework?
  • How it is different from using HTTP and other core modules
  • Creating an express application
  • Making an HTTP internal server
  • Attaching express to an external server
  • The role of semantic requests
  • Socket programming
  • Real time communication with Node
  • Accessing Node.js with database
  • Creating chat server with Node.js
  • What does RESTful mean?
  • Manipulating data via a route
  • Typical semantic requests for routing an API
  • Persisting data through JSON
  • The role of database technology
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Participants should have a basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Having a working knowledge of web services and its concepts is beneficial, though, not mandatory.

Who Should Attend

This course is highly recommended for current and aspiring –

  • Web developers
  • Web masters
  • Web designers
  • Full stack developers
  • Software developers
  • Software engineers
  • UI/UX Developer
  • Front-end developer
  • Back-end developer

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