Introduction to Node.js - Using Third-Party Modules With CommonJS

Intermediate
4m 48s
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This lesson offers an introduction to working with third-party modules using the CommonJS standard. This lesson guides you with installing a third-party package, importing and exporting the module, and creating custom code that is integrated with the module.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to install a third-party module using NPM
  • Learn how to use the required syntax with a third-party module
  • Learn how to import the third-party module into a file to create custom functions
  • Learn how to export the module in order to use it in different parts of your application

Intended Audience

This lesson is intended for anyone who wants to learn about Node.js.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this lesson but an interest in Node.js would be beneficial.

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