In the new Node.js series, Microsoft promises to provide the tools to “learn Node.js early on with a strong focus on practice”.
The Node.js course teaches beginners what they need to know to build things like web servers, microservices, command line applications, interfaces web, drivers for database access, desktop applications that use Electron, IoT client and server libraries for single board computers like Raspberry Pi, machine learning models and more.
The modules include an introduction to Node.js that explains what it is, how it works and when it might be useful. The second module explains how to use the dependencies obtained from the NPM registry, while the third takes the students to debug Node.js applications with the built-in debugger and the debugger available in the Visual Studio Code editor (VS Code) from Microsoft.
The fourth and fifth modules teach students how to work with files and directories in Node.js applications and how to build a web API with Node.js and the Express.js framework to add things like authentication..
You can access the course at Youtube on here.