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Web Development with Node and Express: Leveraging the JavaScript Stack (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 8. Juli 2014


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Ethan Brown is a senior software engineer at Pop Art, a Portland-based interactive marketing agency, where he is responsible for the architecture and implementation of web sites and web services for clients ranging from small businesses to international enterprise companies. He has over twenty years of programming experience, from embedded to the web, and has embraced the JavaScript stack as the web platform of the future.

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Intro to Practical Modern Web Development 26. August 2014
Von Ethan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
From this book, I learned not just about how to write a basic Express app and make it nicely modular, but also learned from the enthusiastic author's wealth of knowledge and opinions about web development in general, including how to: provide security in a sane way (3rd party authentication, secure cookies, https, secure hosting and domain registration, etc.); make QA and deployment easier, simpler, and more trustworthy; plan for multi-year maintainability; and understand asynchronous javascript methods.

No knowledge of NodeJS is necessary -- I had none and was able to follow along and make my own little app. I would also estimate that (a lot) more space was used in this book covering web development in general than Node and Express in particular.
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Excellent Introduction to Node and Express 22. Oktober 2014
Von readerspeeder - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is the best book on Node and Express I've come across as well as one of the best technical books I've encountered in general.

I tried reading a few other books on the subject, and couldn't get past the first few chapters. The general spirit of all other books has been: "I just figured out this thing called Node, and now I'll share my scant understanding of the subject by following a useless example with excruciating detail while addressing few practical issues."

By contrast, this book goes something like this: "Here are some common problems in web development. Here are some good solutions. Here's why these are good solutions. Here's how to implement these solutions using Node and Express." The book also follows an example but with just enough detail to illustrate the issues, and detailed discussions of the relevant concepts--not the example--are the focus.

The author has a wealth of web development experience and covers most topics on building a useful web application. Unlike with other sources, I've been able to find concise, practical answers to questions I had about starting to use Node and Express in my projects.
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A Nice Introduction to Express 27. Juli 2014
Von Ziqi Xiong - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is probably the newest O'Reilly book on express.js, which gives a very concise and clear introduction to this convenient framework. For beginners in node.js, I recommend reading Node.js in Action first, which gives more details on the natures of node, and then moving on to this book.
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Great for Starting Out in Node.js 2. Juli 2015
Von Travis Parks - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I have read a lot of Node.js books, mostly about web development. This book is far better than the majority of them I have read. It gets you started with a basic, working website right away and then backs up and goes over the topics a little more closely. Even though I have been building web applications for over a decade, I found myself humbled. There are a lot of things frameworks do on your behalf and the author was able to shed a little light around how they work under the hood.

My only negative is that the author acts as if JSON REST APIs aren't really big players. That's a pretty strange attitude for a book that is only a year old. In most of my recent web applications, the HTML is fairly static and Angular, etc. does most of the work. In those types of applications, the REST API makes up most of your backend code. Node.js is perfect for thin REST APIs and simple web applications.

However, I did love the author's push toward certain technologies and away from others. One of the biggest hurdles in such a young technology is knowing which tools to use when getting started. I thought the chapters on setting up a project via npm and Git along with the setting up a build process (with Gruntjs) made perfect sense for a book targeted to people with no web-development experience or coming from a front-end background. I started using Node 3 years ago when it was pretty new; this book helped shed a little light on what all that middleware was actually doing.
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i found this to be very comprehensive and up to ... 26. November 2014
Von dmh2000 dot com - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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i found this to be very comprehensive and up to date. work through this book and come out understanding Express fairly well. The TJ Holowaychuk book is ok but outdated. this one is current.
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