Learning Node

  • Title: Learning Node
  • Author: Shelley Powers
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 219
  • Format: ebook
  • Learning Node Take your web development skills from the browser to the web server with Node the programming framework that enables you to write data driven applications with a language you already know JavaScript
    Take your web development skills from the browser to the web server with Node, the programming framework that enables you to write data driven applications with a language you already know JavaScript This guide offers a friendly way to master Node fundamentals with clear and concise information you can use right away.Built on Google s V8 JavaScript engine, Node offers hiTake your web development skills from the browser to the web server with Node, the programming framework that enables you to write data driven applications with a language you already know JavaScript This guide offers a friendly way to master Node fundamentals with clear and concise information you can use right away.Built on Google s V8 JavaScript engine, Node offers high performance and easy scalability for server side applications Learning Node walks you through the differences and parallels between client side and server side programming, with practical examples of programming and deployment Quickly learn how to install and deploy Node Understand how to use Node and related components to build sites and applications efficiently Manage Node modules with npm Create pages easily with template systems Apply client side skills, tools, and techniques on the server Maintain a connection between browser and server with web sockets

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    102 Comments


    1. This book could have been done better. Although there were scattered examples all over, I would have preferred if the book was divided into bigger projects. Also details were missing which would go into building a big application. All in all, a nice introduction, but would need more to build an actual application. That's where Developing Backbone.js Application By Addy Osmani shined.

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    2. The beginning is quite a nice introduction to Node and its ecosystem, and earns this book its 3 stars.Once it moves onto frameworks, databases and miscellaneous topics, it becomes rather superficial and only warrants a brief skim. The discussions of testing, security and deployment in particular, do not convey, or appear to draw from solid understanding of these practices.Do read this for an easy introduction, but look elsewhere for more depth.

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    3. The actual introduction to Node.js is IMO quite well written, but the author wastes white a lot of space introducing for instance technologies like MongoDB and Redis when one example for a datastore would be enough to show the point of persistent storage. This and some other aspects made me skim through whole chapters :-/ There is also a multi-page appendix on how to use Git and Github Quite a WTF moment.

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    4. There are some things written here which I have figured out easily by googling a year ago. But thankfully, it's not entirely true. I was looking for a book that teaches you how to build one simple and fairly complex application. There's no cohesive story here. The author simply introduced Node libraries and somehow reading the last 9 chapters felt like reading a documentation page.

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    5. JavaScript outside of the browser? Blasphemy, you say? Nope, it's true and you need to read this.

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    6. "It was okay" because it was a mistake to buy such book at the first place.Web technologies are rapidly changing and the only viable learning methods are online videos and blog posts.

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    7. Very readable and full of good examples.

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