A Flatiron School instructor once told me that when learning a new language, library, or framework it helps to build a project idea that you’ve built before
A Flatiron School instructor once told me that when learning a new language, library, or framework it helps to build a project idea that you’ve built before. This takes out the “I have to come up with a great idea before I can start coding” so you can focus on learning the syntax and architecture of the new technology.
This technique is how I’ve been learning node.js over the past couple of weeks.
A DIY sharing site where you can upload instructions with pictures on how to make something and share it with other users. There will be a liking and tagging system with push notifications(eventually).
=> Getting a PostgreSQL server connected to our node.js backend.
=> Adding Sequelize as an ORM to establish relationships between two models
=> Creating a few instances of our models, and storing them in the DB
=> Recalling our DB instances through calls to the backend using Insomnia so we can see our success
node-canvas is a Cairo-backed Canvas implementation for Node.js.
Did you ever tried using localStorage in your node js project and got an undefined error? Of course, you will get an undefined error because node js is a server-side technology and localStorage is a client-side feature available only in the browser