Test Nest.js

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Intermediate
April 2024
10 minutes
3.6/5(5)

Discover our multiple-choice quiz dedicated to Nest.js, one of the most popular Node.js frameworks. This test is the perfect opportunity to explore the unique features that characterize Nest.js. You'll be tasked with answering questions that span a wide range of topics, from modules that structure your application, to providers, controllers, middlewares, interceptors, guards, exception filters, all the way to the Dependency Injection (DI) system. Each aspect is carefully chosen to assess your comprehensive understanding of the framework. Whether you're a Nest.js enthusiast looking to validate your skills or someone eager to deepen their knowledge, this quiz promises to give you a complete overview.

So, are you ready to take on the challenge and showcase your mastery of Nest.js?

Good luck to you!

This test consists of 20 questions randomly selected from a database of 51 questions in Nest.Discover all our interview questions and answers here
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Test author : Axel Shaita

With 10 years of experience as a Senior Backend Developer and Tech Lead, I've combined technical expertise and leadership to successfully deliver innovative and high-impact projects. I understand the strategic challenges associated with the development of technological products and the growth of high-performing teams.

My analytical skills, agility, and passion for new technologies allow me to bring real added value to ambitious projects.

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Sample question

In Nest.js, which decorator do you use to declare a class as a controller?

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25/03/2024
too primitive to assess the experienced developer
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hokam
12/03/2024
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Junior Klaus Dorlea
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25/12/2023
good practice i like your way of enhance skills