- Course type
- Paid course
- 17 hours
- 68 lessons
- Available on completion
- Course author
- 3D BUZZ Programming and Digital Art training
- Quickly iterate on code in development, using file watchers that re-compile code on any change
- Easily deploy production-ready asset bundles
- Use a build step in order to allow code transformations so that other languages (such as Less, Sass, CoffeeScript, and TypeScript) can be used in the browser
- Automate common tasks during development and deployment using Node libraries and Gulp
Node.js? I thought you said ANY platform!
While this course is a great introduction to writing server-side applications in node (certainly not wasted time, even if you don’t intend to use a node server), we spend most of our time using node as a development tool.
If you’re writing an application in PHP, ASP. NET, or anything else, no problem! Node won’t need to be installed on the production server for it to do it’s thing. We simply use it to process our assets; there’s no need for it to be deployed into production unless your backend server also uses node.
Especially if you’re an ASP. NET developer, Microsoft is incorporating these tools right into Visual Studio and ASP. NET 5! Node.js isn’t just for Linux and servers anymore! But on the other hand, that means you have to have a good grasp on these tools to stay ahead in the world of ASP. NET - and that’s why I’m here!
What else will be covered?
We’re also going to take a look at Bower. Bower is a client-side package manager that makes it easy for us to install third party dependencies.