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Seven Web Frameworks in Seven Weeks: Adventures in Better Web Apps (Pragmatic Programmers) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Jack Moffitt , Frederic Daoud

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10. Januar 2014 Pragmatic Programmers
Whether you need a new tool or just inspiration, Seven Web Frameworks in Seven Weeks explores modern options, giving you a taste of each with ideas that will help you create better apps. You'll see frameworks that leverage modern programming languages, employ unique architectures, live client-side instead of server-side, or embrace type systems. You'll see everything from familiar Ruby and JavaScript to the more exotic Erlang, Haskell, and Clojure. The rapid evolution of web apps demands innovative solutions: this survey of frameworks and their unique perspectives will inspire you and get you thinking in new ways to meet the challenges you face daily. This book covers seven web frameworks that are influencing modern web applications and changing web development: Sinatra, CanJS, AngularJS, Ring, Webmachine, Yesod, Immutant. Each of these web frameworks brings unique and powerful ideas to bear on building apps. Embrace the simplicity of Sinatra, which sheds the trappings of large frameworks and gets back to basics with Ruby. Live in the client with CanJS, and create apps with JavaScript in the browser. Be declarative with AngularJS; say what you want, not how to do it, with a mixture of declarative HTML and JavaScript. Turn the web into data with Ring, and use Clojure to make data your puppet. Become a master of advanced HTTP with Webmachine, and focus the power of Erlang. Prove web theorems with Yesod; see how Haskell's advanced type system isn't just for academics. Develop in luxury with Immutant, an enlightened take on the enterprise framework. Seven Web Frameworks will influence your work, no matter which framework you currently use. Welcome to a wider web. What You Need: You'll need Windows, MacOS X or Linux, along with your favorite web browser. Each chapter will cover what you need to download and which language versions are required.

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Q & A with author Jack Moffitt and Frederic Daoud Why did you decide to write this book? Jack: There are countless ways to solve problems, and programmers everywhere are discovering new techniques and building new languages in an effort to find better solutions. There are so many diverse ideas in all areas of programming, and having stumbled upon a few really eye opening ones over the years, I've wanted to share them with others. There's no one way to build a web app, and no two projects of mine have ever been built the same way. Web programming is unique in having hundreds of available frameworks and libraries; traditional GUI programming tends to have very few choices. With so many possibilities none of them perfect I wanted to expose the most interesting ideas and techniques I've found to a wider audience. Fred: Programming in general and web development in particular evolves at a fantastic pace. I felt that this book was an excellent opportunity to break out of the mainstream and explore new ideas and discover different approaches to web development. The goal with these frameworks is not to compare them which each other and pick which one to use for your next project. Rather, this book serves as a neatly organized exploration of frameworks that offer unique solutions to web development. Why did you pick these seven frameworks? Jack: Our goal was to pick frameworks that had unique and powerful ideas rather than just ones that were enjoying their moment in the spotlight. We explore minimalism, composition, static typing, state machines, declarative syntax, and more in the book. In some cases, the frameworks we chose originated the ideas we wanted to explore, and in others, the framework is just the clearest example. We also tried to pick a set of frameworks that didn't overlap much to make sure we covered as many ideas as possible. Fred: After suffering through bloated and overly complex so-called "enterprise" frameworks, it felt refreshing to explore framework

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Jack Moffitt has spent a decade building things for the Web in a variety of languages and frameworks. He is a senior research engineer at Mozilla Research and works on the Servo project building an experimental new browser engine. He also helped create Ogg Vorbis and founded the Xiph.org Foundation, a non-profit which works on open, royalty free multimedia codecs. Fred Daoud is a truly passionate web developer who loves trying out new frameworks. He is the author of two other web framework books: "Stripes ...and Java Web Development Is Fun Again" and "Getting Started With Apache Click". As a software engineer for Modernizing Medicine, he develops with Stripes, jQuery, YUI, and CanJS.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic learning resource that really hits the sweet spot 13. Mai 2014
Von Alexander Andino Sanchez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is true to its preface: It does a great job of exposing each framework's key ideas, but just as importantly, it tickles the reader's curiosity and sense of adventure. As expected, the chapters skip the fluff and dive straight into the code & concepts. They're concise and cover exactly what you need to really start using a framework. This is the book to get If you want to sample the waters and explore your development options. You'll learn a lot more than expected from this gem!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I really enjoyed exploring the various web frameworks covered in this book! 23. Mai 2014
Von Scott Archer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you are interested in web programming, this book covers some commonly used frameworks and mixes in some lesser known but equally interesting frameworks.

I especially enjoyed the coverage of Sinatra and AngularJS.
I wrote several small Sinatra applications after reading this book and also used AngularJS in one of them!

I also appreciated learning more about Ring (Clojure) and Webmachine (Erlang).
I may not be using all of these frameworks in my current applications, they helped me see new or different ways to approach and solve problems.

The book is easy to read and work through as well.
I would highly recommend this book to those interested in expanding their knowledge of web frameworks.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book for curiosity driven software developers/engineers. 13. Februar 2014
Von Christopher Zorn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is a fun way to discover and explore many different web frameworks, programming languages and the reasons for design and feature choices in web frameworks. Each adventure is in-depth and gives a good understanding of each framework but also inspires you to explore and even build something!

If you are interested in web development. This is a great book. If you are interested in programming languages. This is a great book. If you are interested in designing and building software. This is a great book.

Can you tell I enjoyed this book? :)
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Why bother? 14. Februar 2014
Von William W. Fly - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
The author could have picked seven more obscure web frameworks, but it would have been difficult. How did he select these seven frameworks, pulling them from a fishbowl? Why not review and compare web frameworks that are really used in the industry, such as Rails, Grails, Lift, GWT, or Play!? Yes, they have been written about singly, but not all gathered together in a single book. I predict this book will flop.
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