Node.JS, Part 2 of 2: Buffers and Servers

with expert James Curtis

In this course we’ll cover using Buffers in Node.js, including copying, decoding and events. We’ll then move on Server Requests, building a file server, creating HTTP requests and closing out the course we’ll cover how to build a web application using ExpressJS. This course is done from the perspective of a Microsoft technologies developer getting into node.js and all it has to offer.

Intermediate | 2h 8m | January 07, 2014

Web DevelopmentNodeJSJavaScriptWeb Frameworks

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James Curtis

James Curtis is a .NET Developer that primarily works in the UX space. He has worked on and for several large projects alongside Microsoft Consulting. James has spoken at several code camps about UX development for ASP.NET and SharePoint. He is an active participant in the development community tweeting and blogging about several topics in the UX area. James is an active consultant and is also assisting in several Start-ups contributing his UX experience.

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