Congratulations!This is the complete guide to NestJS for building enterprise-ready apps.
NestJS is a backend framework that allows you to create reliable and scalable APIs.It is a "battery included" framework that includes tools to handle almost every use case. This includes data persistence, validation, configuration management, testing, and more.This course will teach you nest.You will be able to create any app you want by the end of this course.
This course will teach you how to build complex apps.We make use of a few tools and libraries as possible.To better understand Nest's interdependencies, you will need to write custom systems.Every application you create will include a discussion about data modeling and persistence.First, we will save data in a file-based storage system (built from scratch) and then move on to saving data in a Postgres instance that is production-grade.
Nest's core topic is testing.Nest has a lot of functionality that can be used to make sure your project is easy to test.Nest's testing guidelines are followed in this course. You will be writing both unit and integration tests to make sure your project works as it should.While testing can be tedious and confusing, I take great care to ensure that the tests we create are concise, quick, and effective.This knowledge will allow you to apply it to your own projects, even if they don't use Nest.
To ensure that we write clean, correct code throughout the course, Typescript will be used.Are you unfamiliar with Typescript?It's not a problem.To help you get up to speed with Typescript, an appendix is provided at the end.Typescript can help you spot errors and problems in your code once you are familiar with it. A typescript is a great tool for beginners.
This course was created to make learning as simple as possible.
I will explain each step and show you how Nest works internally.
Each video has an attached ZIP file that contains the most current code.
Full-time teaching assistants are available to answer any questions
Access to a private chat service is available.You can get live help anytime you need it
Here is a partial list:
Securely deploy your app into production
Automated integration and unit testing are necessary to ensure that your code works.
To log users in, create an authentication system.
Permissions systems allow users to perform specific actions.
Typeform allows you to store and retrieve complex data.
Learn how TypeORM manages data relationships
Use property, method, or parameter decorators to write declarative code
To write reusable code, you must master the concept of dependency injection
Automate the validation of all incoming requests
Use a custom DTO to format outgoing response data
Guards and interceptors can be used to handle incoming and outgoing requests.
Segment your code into reusable Nest Modules
Migrations can be used to add structure to your database
Deploy a fully-featured app to production
You can build authentication and permissions systems right from scratch
To ensure that your code works, write unit and integration tests
Data included in incoming requests are automatically validated
To manually test your app, use an API client
Typescript allows you to add structure to your code
Dependency injection makes your code more reusable, testable, and usable.
TypeORM relationships can be used to tie different data types together
NestJS behind-the-scenes insight
Protect sensitive data from unauthorized users by using Guards
Learn about Nest's unique request-response cycle
Model your app's data using TypeORM entities
Decorators can dramatically simplify your code
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