Episode 7: Building a JSON API - Paging

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building-a-json-api-with-express (15 Part Series)

1) Episode 1 - Building a JSON API with docker, node.js, and Express 2) Episode 2: Building a JSON API with express - Models and MongoDB 3 ... 13 3) Episode 3: Building a JSON API - Route Structure and Setup 4) Episode 4: Building a JSON API - the C of CRUD 5) Episode 5: Building a JSON API - Read and Update 6) Episode 6: Building a JSON API - Read By ID, and Delete 7) Episode 7: Building a JSON API - Paging 8) Episode 8: Building a JSON API - Custom Sorting 9) Episode 9: Building a JSON API - Filter/search 10) Episode 10: Building a JSON API - Input Validation and Sanitation - Part 1 11) Episode 11: Building a JSON API - Input Validation and Sanitation - Part 2 12) Episode 11.5: Building a JSON API - Input Validation and Sanitation - Lightning Round 13) Episode 12: Building a JSON API - User Authentication in Under an Hour 14) Episode 13: Building a JSON API - Quickly Adding HTTPS 15) Episode 14: Building a JSON API - Twitter OAuth (OAuth 1.0)

This one runs a bit longer than normal, sorry about that.

Source:

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Repository for the "core" video series

core

An express.js powered json api built for the "core" series.

Getting started

$ git clone git@github.com:NathanBland/core.git
$ cd core
$ docker-compose up



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I currently break things for a living (QA), but I love building things with node and javascript. If I'm not writing code, I'm probably outside doing something in the mountains or playing Rocket league

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