In the second part of the series we did some refactoring and also created the route for viewing a specific book. Today is a small episode with one main task, the ability for the user to make a POST request with JSON that gets saved as a new book.
As always the code is on Github, and I highly recommend playing the video in HD so it's clearer to see (I record at my laptop's resolution so everything should be crystal clear).
If you have any questions, leave a comment and I'll either reply with a comment or answer in the next video.
Next time we'll leave Express to one side and start up our Backbone application.
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