Build Web Apps with Expressjs


  1. Before we begin using Express.js, read this article on Understanding Express.js.
  2. We'll build this Waypoint on Cloud 9, a powerful online code editor with a full Ubuntu Linux workspace, all running in the cloud.
  3. If you don't already have Cloud 9 account, create one now at http://c9.io.
  4. Open up http://c9.io and sign in to your account.
  5. Click on the "+" icon at the top right of the c9.io page to create a new workspace.
  6. Give your workspace a name and an optional description.
  7. Choose Node.js in the selection area below the name field.
  8. Click the "Create workspace" button.
  9. Once C9 builds and loads your workspace, you should see a terminal window in the lower right hand corner. In this window use the following commands. You don't need to know what these mean at this point.
  10. Run this command: git clone https://github.com/FreeCodeCamp/fcc-expressworks.git && chmod 744 fcc-expressworks/setup.sh && fcc-expressworks/setup.sh && source ~/.profile
  11. Now start this tutorial by running expressworks
  12. Note that you can resize the c9.io's windows by dragging their borders.
  13. Make sure that you are always in your project's "workspace" directory. You can always navigate back to this directory by running this command: cd ~/workspace.
  14. You can view this Node School module's source code on GitHub at https://github.com/azat-co/expressworks.
  15. Complete "Hello World!"
  16. Complete "Static"
  17. Complete "Jade" (Jade has been renamed to Pug)
  18. Complete "Good Old Form"
  19. Complete "Stylish CSS"
  20. Complete "Param Pam Pam"
  21. Complete "What's In Query"
  22. Complete "JSON Me"
  23. Once you've completed these steps, move on to our next challenge.
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