Nest.js: A Progressive Node.js Framework

  • 3h 21m
  • Adrien de Peretti, David Guijarro, Greg Magolan, Jay Bell, Patrick Housley
  • Bleeding Edge Press
  • 2018

JavaScript frameworks go in and out of style very quickly as web technologies change and grow. Nest.js is a good starting point for many developers that are looking to use a modern web framework because it uses a language that is very similar to that of the most used language on the web to this day, JavaScript. Nest.js also uses TypeScript, which is a language that provides the simplicity and power of JavaScript with the type safety of other languages you may be used to. The type safety in Nest.js is only available at compile time, because the Nest.js server is compiled to a Node.js Express server that runs JavaScript. This is still a major advantage, however, since it allows you to better design programs error free prior to runtime.

With this how-to you will be up and running, creating your own Nest.js apps in no time.

In this Book

  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Nest.js Authentication
  • Dependency Injection System of Nest.js
  • TypeORM
  • Sequelize
  • Mongoose
  • Web Sockets
  • Microservices
  • Routing and Request Handling in Nest.js
  • OpenAPI (Swagger) Specification
  • Command Query Responsibility Separation (CQRS)
  • Architecture
  • Testing
  • Server-Side Rendering with Angular Universal


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