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More than a web application server 13 février 2014
Par Eric Redmond - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I don't have enough positive things to say about this book. You start with the simplest callbacks, moving to asynchronous file I/O, to network patterns and slowly build up to rolling your own HTTP server. It's is so much more than "here is how you make a simple web app", but it shows that node is a general purpose evented platform--equally at home handling inputs on large-scale distributed systems, as well as embedded on small IoT devices. There is finally a book that teaches that Node.js is much more than a bare-bones webscale application server for hipsters, and I'm grateful for that.
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I liked the book 23 septembre 2014
Par hookers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I liked the book, but it felt rushed to me. I know the idea was to get right to the point and keep it short, but instead it feels under explained to me. It seems that part of the nature of working with Node is that you'll use a lot of modules, but they aren't very well explained in this book. He'll tell you which module to get, possibly give you a quick description of what the module is for and tell you the couple lines of code to use it, but if you really want to understand what is going on behind the scenes you'll have to do your research on every module.

There are some issues with the code and module versions too. It mostly came down to needing to be 100% sure that you're using the same versions of the modules used when the book was written and not the current versions, but in a twist one of the bits of code required the dev release of node as the current version still doesn't support generator functions. Ultimately it was really good practice to have to debug bits of code, figure out version issues, read through the docs online etc... but I have friends that I wouldn't recommend this book to because they would be stumped when the code didn't work first time.

So coming out the other side of this book I feel like I understand a lot more about node and I MIGHT be able to wrangle what I learned here into a working project, but I'm left feeling pretty green still. It's like a beginner book, that isn't particularly aimed at beginners.
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Node from a different angle 23 juin 2014
Par Richard Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Most node books I read follow the same progression from using node to serve http files, using express to build web services, accessing the file system, and so on and so on. This book however takes a fresh approach. While it covers the same areas, it adds messaging with ZeroMQ, authentication with Passport, ECMAScript 6 using harmony (including new features such as generators) and more. All in a manageable size that can be carried everywhere you go (it's so good you'll want to do that). If you're looking for something special in the node literature - be sure to check this out!
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Excellent compact introduction to Node.js 30 mars 2014
Par Bruce Horner - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Excellent book -- easily the best I've read on Node.js. In just over 120 pages it starts by exploring asynchronous model then covers file handling, socket programming, messaging with ZeroMQ, databases usage for CouchDB and Redis, finishing with web applications using express and introduction to scalability and security. Some of the code examples no longer work due to changes in versions of the referenced libraries (such as cheerio for XML parsing). Not a word is wasted in this compact introduction. Highly recommended.
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This is a fantastic book for learning Node 30 janvier 2015
Par Justin Javan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a fantastic book for learning Node.js. It's concise and to the point. The author gets you up and running fairly quickly. Having said that I have two caveats two caveats regarding the book: 1. It is about Node.js only. While you will dive into interacting with databases or JSON it's strictly from a Node point of view. This isn't a negative, but I wouldn't recommend it to someone that only has a beginner's understanding of JS. 2. All of the examples are written for Linux users. The author is very upfront about the fact that if you're running Windows you're on your own; If you run Windows you will need to find a workaround. While you could use Cygwin to solve this problem I personally prefer Git Bash. It lets me run all of the Unix commands I need from the Bash shell, and interface with Git repositories all in one package.

Again, great book but Window's users need to be aware of caveat #2 before buying (this applies mostly to users that are newer to programming, or users not use to working with the Unix/Linux command line.
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