Learn Node.js by building Udemy: Stripe + MailChimp + Wistia

Learn how to use Javascript Serverside Nodejs to build Udemy Clone

Best Seller

Created by Arash Yahya
Last updated 9/2016
English
English [Auto-generated]
What Will I Learn?
  • Students will be able to build their own dream elearning web application and sell their own course online
Requirements
  • Should know basics of Javascript operations
  • Students should know basics of HTML and CSS
  • Students should be really passionate about building web application
  • Have the courage to ask questions whenever stucked.
Description

Have you ever wondering on how to build your next Revolutionary E-learning Web application?

This course will teach you step by step on how to build an elearning web application like Udemy with the latest cutting edge technology and that is Node.js

You will use Javascript on both the backend and frontend of the web application.

Live is too short to depend on someone else, if you are still waiting for that one amazing technical co-founder to help you on building your web app, then I suggest you instead of waiting , its better for you to do it yourself.

Every code that will be written by me, will be explained in details. So you do not need to worry about not understanding certain algorithm.

If you are ready to embark on this journey on building an Elearning web application, then what are you waiting for? Lets get into it!

Who is the target audience?
  • Node.js ethuasiast
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Frontend Developer
  • Newbie server-side developer

Size: 715.13M

 

https://www.udemy.com/use-javascript-to-build-udemy-stripe-mailchimp-wistia/.


 


Subscribe To Our Newletter And Stay Updated.

 




21 Comments

  1. Celene_eb 01/03/2018 Reply
  2. yoyoloit 11/02/2018 Reply
  3. freetutorials 04/01/2018 Reply
  4. Hamza fattemi 02/01/2018 Reply
  5. Ram Prashant 30/12/2017 Reply
  6. Muhammad Umer Farooq 30/12/2017 Reply
  7. John Puller 29/12/2017 Reply
  8. thakur 29/12/2017 Reply
    • Quto 02/01/2018 Reply
  9. botha 29/12/2017 Reply
  10. joel 29/12/2017 Reply
  11. Shahin Khan 29/12/2017 Reply
  12. Jange 28/12/2017 Reply
    • VIjesh 29/12/2017 Reply
  13. John 28/12/2017 Reply
  14. Ordep.js 27/12/2017 Reply
  15. Jonh 27/12/2017 Reply
  16. Chi Samuel 27/12/2017 Reply
  17. berrus 27/12/2017 Reply
  18. Kelly 27/12/2017 Reply
    • daksh 27/12/2017 Reply

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *