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(37)
Level
Beginner
Updated
August 18, 2016
Duration
2h 34m
Description

Console applications - like those used in video games such as "Quake" or "The Elder Scrolls" - can save a lot of time for developers, allowing you to code and test site functionality in a fraction of the time it would take otherwise. In this course, you'll learn to build a reusable console that can be integrated into new or existing applications. You'll learn how to design a console control, process commands, integrate with a Node or ASP.NET server, and set up help and command history. By the end of this course, you'll have a working console application that you can add to any web application.

About the author
About the author

Carlos Saloio has been programming since 1998 across a wide variety of areas, ranging from 3D graphics engines to line-of-business applications. Currently, his focus is on creating modern web applications that are engaging and fun to use. Besides programming, he enjoys playing guitar and is an avid gamer.

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Transcript
Transcript

Hi everyone, my name is Carlos Saloio and welcome to my course: Increase Productivity: By Adding a Dev Console to Your Application with JavaScript. I’m a software developer that has been working with line of business applications for much of my career. This course was inspired by the consoles used in video games such as Quake and The Elder Scrolls. Creating a console is a lot of fun and incorporating it into my applications has been a huge time saver , allowing me to develop and execute site functionality in a fraction of the time it would have taken otherwise. In this course, we are going to walk through the creation of a reusable console that can be integrated into your new or existing web applications. Some major topics we’ll cover include: 1. Designing a console control 2. Processing commands 3. Setting up a server with either Node.js or ASP.Net 4. As well as implementing help, a command history, and more...By the end of this course you’ll have a console control that can de dropped in to any web project and know how to extend with new commands for your application in a matter of minutes. Before beginning the course you should have a basic familiarity with HTML, CSS, JavaScript and a server side web technology. I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn how to incorporate a developer console into your web projects with the Add a Dev Console to Your App with JavaScript course, at Pluralsight.