Node.js Design Patterns

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Write efficient and resilient Node.js applications using industry-standard software design patterns

About This Video

  • Learn, understand, and implement industry-standard software design patterns in Node.js applications
  • Grasp the concept and implement practical solutions in your Node.js applications
  • All code shown has been tested and is compatible with Node.js 10.8.0 and above

In Detail

When writing Node.js applications, it’s absolutely imperative that we employ battle-tested guidelines that can help us write efficient and resilient code. These guidelines are known as design patterns. Design patterns are an important part of software development and are a proven way of solving a given problem.

In this course, you’ll take a comprehensive look at industry-standard design patterns, identify challenges that you would commonly encounter while designing and developing software, and implement solutions in Node.js applications. The efficacy of these patterns has been proven over time and a lot of these standard patterns can be implemented when writing JavaScript apps with Node.js.

By implementing design patterns, you can write code that is crafted for efficiency and reusability and is resilient against errors and typical pitfalls that result from poorly written code.

This course uses Node.js 10.8.0, and JavaScript ES8, while not the latest version available, it provides relevant and informative content for legacy users of Node.js, and JavaScript.


This course is for developers and software architects with a basic working knowledge of JavaScript who are interested in acquiring a deeper understanding of how to design and develop enterprise-level Node.js applications. The intended audience is expected to have basic knowledge of Node.js and the ecosystem, good command over JavaScript, and intermediate working skills on Linux/MacOS.

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  • Title: Node.js Design Patterns
  • Author(s): Sachin Bhatnagar
  • Release date: February 2019
  • Publisher(s): Packt Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781789538397