Node.Js: REST APIs Development with Loopback (Udemy.com)

Step By Step Guide To Building Rest APIs With Loopback, Node.Js, MongoDb, Mysql, And PostgresQL

Created by: Haider Malik

Produced in 2018

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What you will learn

  • Build Complete Rest Apis In Loopback
  • Learn Authentication In Loopback
  • Learn how to use multiple Datasource in Loopback
  • Learn and Understand Loopback in Depth

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Overall Score : 66 / 100

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Course Description

LoopBack is a highly-extensible, open-source Node.Js framework that enables you to:
  • Create dynamic end-to-end REST APIs with little or no coding.
  • Access data from Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL Server, MongoDB, SOAP and other REST APIs.
  • Incorporate model relationships and access controls for complex APIs.
  • Use built-in push, geolocation, and file services for mobile apps.
  • Easily create client apps using Android, iOS, and JavaScript SDKs.
  • Run your application on-premises or in the cloud.


LoopBack consists of:
  • A library of Node.Js modules.
  • Yeoman generators for scaffolding applications.
  • Client SDKs for iOS, Android, and web clients.


LoopBack tools include:
  • Command-line tool loopback-cli to create applications, models, data sources, and so on.

What you will learn:
  • Getting started with Loopback from scratch
  • Fundamentals of Loopback
  • What are Models and how to build models in Loopback
  • What are Data sources
  • How to connect Loopback Application to Mysql, MongoDB, PostgreSQL
  • How to Implement Authentication in Loopback
  • How to debug the Loopback Application in Webstorm, VS Code, And Google Chrome
  • Learn how Loopback bootstraps the Application
  • How Loopback Application works in under the hood
  • How to create custom remote methods in Loopback
Who this course is for:
  • Programmers looking to learn Loopback
  • Developers who wants to learn REST API Development in NodeJs
  • Developers who have researched Loopback but have had trouble understanding some concepts

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Instructor Details

Haider Malik

Haider Malik is the founder of HttpGuy. He is a full-stack Javascript developer. He is passionate about everything JavaScript, and he loves exploring new libraries.
He's had extensive experience developing software and working with teams to improve how software is developed to meet business objectives.Although his primary focus is on outcomes, implementation often includes technical competency

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3.3

29 total reviews

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Hello Haider,I have expected validations (field level, Relational validations & custom validations) also covered in the course.

All the basics have been covered ,yeah the accent was bit forceful a little more could be added like how to create accessToken , how to change access token time, how to put custom validation in node using loopback ,you could have also covered remote context and hook, update ,create etc..Anyway for basic point point of view it okay but not recommended for intermediate point of view

Good explanation for the model.

Needs to be longer

This course is good are saw many bad reviews which are false the only problem is the accent but the course really helped me

Very basic -- was expecting more.

it's a great course, it was very helpfull :)

Nothing doing special . Only reading the text. Anyone can do it by reading g doc from loopback

Had all this info from my last training. Was looking for secured API connectivity through loop back. With front end mobile App.

Bare bones intro to loopback. The official documentation and tutorials are better, more thorough, and concise. It works ok to get a big picture overview, but leaves out much. I'd have preferred more depth on features and how to use them. The entire code was very simple, and there was too much rehashing on process when demonstrating a new features, and there was no bigger picture evolution of an application, so the few features felt very disconnected.

At the beggining ypu can't understand a word he is saying, i would say this course is more like a guide than it is a class, 3 and a half stars

Hppy with the course so far. The only minor problem is the accent of the presenter and the occasional mistake when coding (although he fixes them immediately).