NodeJS - The Complete Guide (MVC, REST APIs, GraphQL, Deno)

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Master Node JS & Deno

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r/learnjavascript • post
37 points • sky_kryst
Which course should I choose for Nodejs from among the two?

r/ItalyInformatica • comment
5 points • ruttino

Fatto a Marzo il corso Node.js di Maximillian Schwarzmuller, lo trovi su Udemy(ora a 11,99€, se costa di più cancella cookie o prova da altro dispositivo):

Adatto ai neofiti ma allo stesso tempo molto completo e denso. Include anche una parte su REST API e Graph QL, oltre a un rinfresco di .js.

Se mastichi l'inglese, te lo consiglio caldamente.

r/learnprogramming • comment
2 points • codebreaker21

Ah, Udemy, I am doing this course at the moment: I like the course, I just would like using React

r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • LuckystrikeFTW

I can also recommend Maximilian Schwarzmüller. I learned angular from his courses and he explains the content very well and the flow is not too fast.

r/node • comment
1 points • -m4x-

Check this one by Maximilian Schwarzmüller : [NodeJS - The Complete Guide (incl. MVC, REST APIs, GraphQL)


He's very good and I learned a lot with him.

Currently course got a big discount (94%).

r/vuejs • comment
1 points • radu_c1987

Hi, I'm working with Laravel and have to say I really like it. Might not be the best framework, but it gives you out of the box many tools to work with. Like security, authentication, sending emails and so on. For example, Laravel Cashier integrates nicely with Stripe. So there won't be too much work on your side to capture payments :) If you know some programming, I don't think it will be hard to learn php. You can start to learn the basic syntax, then some OOP ini PHP. Then you can move to Laravel. It's true there are great resources to learn from, plenty of blogs with tutorials about Laravel: - - - - - - - - ...and so on

Anyway, learning PHP and Laravel might take longer than learning just NodeJS amd ExpressJS. So if you need to finish this project in a certain timeframe, you should go with nodejs. Here is a great course I am taking now, because I also want to learn NodeJS and Express

There are some lessons on Stripe, too, inside that course, so you might find it helpful.

r/cscareerquestions • comment
1 points • Scarface74


Of course you know it’s cheaper than $109 if you log in.

r/webdev • comment
1 points • Atomicdady

Hey, I'm learning node js in the course named NodeJS - the complete guide(MVC, REST, etc) here. I have one year of working experience with angular and want to add some skills to my resume.. will this course be useful for angular devs? Also, I think the course doesn't have any sections where he integrates an angular application with a node server.

r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • dandmcd

I don't have strong knowledge in Node, I just got the basics from learning to build a fullstack graphql application from a book. But if I was to recommend a course, it would be Academind's NodeJS course. Max is a genius that talks to us like a teacher should, and he does a great job explaining everything you need to know. His NodeJS guide appears to catch everything you must know, MVC, rest api's and GraphQL, cookies and authentication. Without even have taken the course (it's on my wishlist), I can tell you there is enough content there to really learn NodeJS deeply.

r/node • comment
1 points • mariuz

You can start with some of the udemy courses

NodeJS - The Complete Guide (MVC, REST APIs, GraphQL, Deno)

r/node • comment
1 points • ImA7md Highly recommend, it's not free but it's one of the most comprehensive courses out there.

r/node • comment
1 points • numinor93

Are you novice in REST APIs or in node in general? If you know how to make a node server, routes, route handlers then you are pretty much set. REST API are not that much different. They just don't serve static files, they serve and receive data that you can for example use and send with help of your react, or even vanilla frontend. Your API endpoints that you already built are pretty much the same, except now it res.json() instead of res.render().

If you don't know all that then start with just node.

Odin-project has very great course on node.

If you have some money, there is great course on udemy: But don't be fooled by udemy pay system, don't buy anything for more than ~10$, except times when you want to support creator a bit more.

r/FlutterDev • comment
1 points • FlutterLovers

I'd recommend Node.js.

I used Java as the backend in my last job. Nice, but lots of overhead. I tried .NET for one project, and this too had a lot of overhead. Both are great for enterprises, but not small projects. Hosting costs are also fairly high.

I took a short online course for Python (Django). Discovered I really don't like python. It just feels...clunky.

Node.js was by far the best choice. It's really easy to get a REST API up and running, and there are tons of libraries and support for it. There are lots of cheap/free hosting options like Heroku to use while testing.

Edit: I learned Node.js by taking Max's course. He starts with a lot of server-side rendering stuff, but later gets into REST API. Definitely recommend.

r/webdev • comment
3 points • qh05t

I used this Udemy course to learn Vue and would highly recommend it to anyone looking to learn Vue:


Max is my favorite Udemy instructor and he also just recently released a Node course:


Highly suggest checking out both, he does a great job of breaking up concepts into small, easily-digestible segments and really explains how things work in a way that is easy to understand.

r/node • comment
1 points • purushot-j

it is not my code. its from the course. if its seriously wrong and dangerous as you claim. why they are teaching this to over 100k peoples?

r/node • comment
1 points • MrEscobarr
r/Slovenia • comment
1 points • mullpanda


Od njega sem gledal , pa od drugega avtorja.

Btw, razlicne cene, ce gledam na telefonu ali racunalniku hmmm

r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • Roly__Poly__

If you're looking for MVC as in Model View Controller, look no further than Academind's NodeJS Udemy course:

Grab it for like $18 USD and ride off into the sunset. You can safely ignore some of the content in favor of learning MVC in chapters ("The Model View Controller" & the one after it). I took the course recently and can vouch for its quality.

r/node • comment
1 points • seanyboygloryboy

Check out this guys YouTube channel. He has some good Node & JS concepts.

And this us a great Node Udemy course. Very in depth, and you can get it for as little as €10 when they do a sale.

r/node • comment
1 points • Cozybear110494

If you are already know JS, I suggest you to grab some course on education platform. My previous background was also embedded engineer, I learned JS, Nodejs and other stuff before I landed myself a job. You can refer 3 of best Nodejs courses on Udemy (my opinion) link below: (Jonas) (Max) (Andrew)

I learned basic HTML, CSS, JS and Node from Jonas, and would recommended him.

r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • dreadwing55

Here is a curated list of all the best udemy course that I'm currently doing as a part of my full stack web development journey.

Basic Web Development :

1.Angela Yu Course - Must for beginners

2.Vanilla Javascript ( ) - Must for learning Javascript in depth

3.Colt Steele Course (New Stuffs + YelpCamp) (Do this course for more practice & new Stuffs)

Advance Frontend :

  1. Advance CSS ( )

  2. React (

Advance Backend :

  1. Node (

Advance Database :

  1. MongoDB (

  2. MySQL ( )

r/argentina • comment
1 points • gustavsen

vi el programa de la carrera.

muchas buzzword para resultar atractivo

el stack tecnologico que usan es raro cuanto menos tirando a atrasado.

si sos autodidacta tenes gratis:

que es un curso en etapas muy interesante, pronto va a sacar el de python para data science y ahi va a ser excelente.

de udemy te aconsejo:







y de extra:



con 77 usd como maximo (si compras los primeros 7 cursos entre 10 y 11usd) ^(6391ar$) tendrias muchisimo para aprender con lo que te costaria un solo mes del instituto que mencionaste...

tampoco te olvides del excelente link que esta en la sidebar: