This comprehensive course is designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge 
necessary for Full Stack Web Development using Node.js 
for the backend. Participants will delve into the fundamentals of web development, learn 
to create dynamic and responsive user interfaces, build robust server-side applications, 
and integrate the two seamlessly. Through hands-on projects and practical exercises, 
students will gain real-world experience and develop a solid foundation for building 
modern web applications.

1. Introduction to Node.js

2. Basics of JavaScript

3. Asynchronous Programming

4. Node.js Core Modules

5. Express.js Framework

6. Working with Data

7. Authentication and Security

8. Advanced Topics

9. Testing and Deployment

10. Tools and Best Practices


  • Krishan 66 Days ago

    Full Stack Web Development With Node.js

    In-depth! Amazing! Affordable! I’m amazed by the richness of information in this course. The reason I’m saying this is because I’ve enrolled for the same course on other platforms too, so I know what to expect and what not to.

  • Ram Ji 64 Days ago

    Full Stack Web Development With Node.js

    What can I say about Potenza! These people just get it right (I am not sure how). The courses are not too lengthy and the information covered is very strategic and comprehensive. Though I’m yet to complete this course, but this is my 4th course that I’m doing from Potenza! Will be coming back for more.

  • Jony 58 Days ago

    Full Stack Web Development With Node.js

    I’ve been associated with Potenza as a student for a long time now. When it comes to simplifying a concept and delivering it to the students - the faculty does an amazing job . Totally worth the money and the time.

  • Ashok Kumar S/O 57 Days ago

    Full Stack Web Development With Node.js

    Potenza courses never let me down, and not even this time. Really proud to witness how far this platform has come.

Frequently Asked Questions.

What is Full Stack Web Development?

Full Stack Development involves handling both the front-end (user interface) and back-end (server-side logic) of a web application.

What is Angular?

Angular is a popular open-source framework for building dynamic single-page web applications (SPAs) using TypeScript, a superset of JavaScript.

What is Node.js?

Node.js is an open-source JavaScript runtime environment that allows developers to run JavaScript code outside of a web browser, enabling them to build scalable server-side applications.

Why use Angular and Node.js together?

This combination allows developers to use a single language (JavaScript) for both front-end and back-end development, streamlining development processes and potentially reducing complexity.

What are some benefits of using Angular and Node.js?

  • Efficiency: Shared codebase and skillset across front-end and back-end.
  • Scalability: Both Angular and Node.js can handle large applications with high traffic.
  • Large community: Both technologies have extensive communities for support and learning.
  • Real-time features: Node.js is well-suited for building real-time web applications.

What are some challenges of using Angular and Node.js?

  • Complexity: Learning both Angular and Node.js requires dedication.
  • Debugging: Debugging issues across front-end and back-end can be trickier.
  • Performance optimization: Optimizing both sides for optimal performance can require additional effort.

What are some project ideas for practicing Angular and Node.js?

  • To-do list application: A simple project to practice building user interfaces and data management with a server.
  • Real-time chat application: Experiment with Node.js's real-time capabilities for interactive communication.
  • E-commerce website (basic): Practice building a dynamic shopping experience with product listings and user interactions.

What are some career opportunities for Full Stack Developers with Angular and Node.js skills?

  • Web developer positions focusing on building dynamic and interactive web applications.
  • Back-end developer roles with a focus on building scalable and performant servers.
  • Full-stack developer positions requiring expertise in both front-end and back-end development.

How do Angular and Node.js communicate with each other?

They communicate through APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). The Node.js server exposes APIs that Angular can call to fetch data, perform actions, or update information.

How can I test a full-stack application with Angular and Node.js?

Testing is essential. Here are some approaches:

  • Unit testing: Test individual components of your application in isolation.
  • Integration testing: Test how different parts of your application (front-end and back-end) interact.
  • End-to-end testing: Simulate user interactions and test overall application functionality.