Thursday, 8 March 2018


Free course - Node.Js: Building REST APIs with Sails.js(v1.0)

Sails.js is a JavaScript back-end framework that makes it easy to build custom, enterprise-grade Node.jsapps. It is designed to emulate the familiar MVC pattern of frameworks like Ruby on Rails, but with support for the requirements of modern apps: data-driven APIs with a scalable, service-oriented architecture. It's especially good for building chat, real-time dashboards, or multiplayer games; but you can use it for any web application project - top to bottom.
Whether you’re a front-end developer seeking to expand your back-end knowledge, or a server-side developer unfamiliar with using Node and JavaScript on the back-end, the common denominator we all share is a desire to create web applications. Sails is designed to be compatible with whatever strategy you have for building your front-end, whether it be  Angular, Backbone, iOS/ObjC, Android/Java, or even a “headless” app that just offers up a raw API to be used by another web service or your developer community. Sails is great for building everyday back-end apps that handle HTTP requests and WebSockets.
What can you build with Sails.js?
Hybrid Web Applications - applications that combine a JSON API with server-rendered views, that is, in addition to an API, this type of application can serve dynamic (i.e. personalized) HTML pages, making it suitable for use cases which demand SEO (search engine optimization). These applications often use a client-side JavaScript framework (e.g. Angular, Ember, React, etc.), but they don’t necessarily have to. Examples of hybrid web applications you might be familiar with are Twitter, GitHub, and Basecamp.
Pure APIs – applications that fulfill requests from one or more independent front-end user interfaces. We say independent” because the front-end doesn’t have to be delivered by the same server that is providing the JSON API, or even by a server at all. This umbrella category includes SPAs (single-page apps), native mobile applications (e.g. iOS and Android), native desktop applications (e.g. OSX, Windows, Linux), and the venerated IoT (Internet of Things). Many mobile-first products (think Uber, Instagram, Snapchat) start off as pure APIs.
So why Sails.js?
  • 100% JavaScript
  • Rock solid foundation
  • Front-end Agnostic
  • Auto generated REST APIs 
  • Use any popular database
  • Powerful associations 
  • Standardization
  • Realtime with WebSockets
  • Sails generators 
  • Reusable security Policies
What you will learn in this course?
  • What is Sails.js and Why you should use Sails.js
  • Setting up Sails.js project from scratch
  • Debugging Sails.js project in Webstorm
  • Debugging Sails.js project in VS Code
  • Debugging Sails.js project in Chrome
  • Understanding Sails.js in Depth
  • Datastores in Sails.js
  • How to perform CRUD operation in Sails.js
  • How to add relationship between models
  • Building APIS from scratch
  • Authentication in Sails.js

Who is the target audience?
  • Programmers looking to learn SailsJs
  • Developers who wants to learn REST API Development in NodeJs
  • Developers who have researched SailsJs but have had trouble understanding some concepts
  • Get the course 


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