After completing this unit, you’ll be able to:
- Given a scenario and requirements, infer which Node.js implementation is a good solution.
- Given a scenario and requirements, infer which Node.js CLI command is a good solution.
- Know the core Node.js modules and given requirements, infer which Node.js library/framework is a good solution.
- Given a scenario and requirements, distinguish which Node.Js Package Management solution is the most fitting.
- Node.js fundamentals
- Package files
- File system and HTTP modules
Like the previous units, this unit contains practice scenario-based questions and flashcards.
Exam Practice Questions
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||Review the package.json configuration and dependencies issues by reading the
npm package.json documentation.
||Describe the server call functions by reviewing the
Node.js https documentation.
Exam Topic Flashcards
Read the question or term on each card, then click or tap the card to reveal the correct answer. Click the right-facing arrow to move to the next card, and the left-facing arrow to return to the previous card.
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||Study up on the npm package.json settings by reviewing the
Specifics of npm’s package.json handling.
||Discover the popular frameworks that are available by reviewing
the best front-end frameworks and
the best back-end frameworks.
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