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Anatomy of a web application using node.js, ExpressJS, MongoDB & Backbone.js (English Edition) par [Krol, Jason]
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A boilerplate project for a complete web application written using Backbone.js & Marionette, node.js & ExpressJS, MongoDB & Mongoose, Handlebars, Grunt.js, Bower, and Browserify!

Lets dissect a super basic single page application (SPA) that is a simple Contacts manager. While the app is pretty simple, there's actually a lot that's involved. My goal with this book is to cover the entire stack of the application including; back-end, data, front-end, tools and testing. The project stack consists of the following core technologies:

Back-end: node.js and ExpressJS
Data Layer: MongoDB and Mongoose
Tools: Grunt, Bower and Browserify
Testing: Jasmine, Karma, and PhantomJS
Front-end: Backbone.js and Marionette.js

I'll go into detail on each of the above components comprising the "full" stack. Again, because its such a simple app, not a whole lot of time will be spent covering the bells and whistles of the user interface or how the app works because that's fairly obvious (nor did I spend a whole lot of time on the actual implementation, as I didn't want it to distract from the core of the app). Instead, I'll go into detail covering every aspect of how the app was built and the workflow process using the various tools.

The end goal is to have a code base to act as a boilerplate starter for any new projects down the road. The code should be fully functional and complete, yet easily digestible. Ultimately, after you read this book and have a solid understand of everything under the hood, you should be able to simply clone the repo and start building your app!

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Buy it: A quick way to get an app up and running 23 février 2014
Par dsw - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Jason Krol breaks down from start to finish a complete app. With the source on git this is a great bit boilerplate for quick extension. His explanations of the code make it ideal for anyone who wants to quickly get a handle on a simple implementation of a node/express/mongoose/backbone stack; plus he adds a few niceties like grunt as well. It's as good as any project you might find in a cs course, but moves more quickly. Nice job Jason. As a tip to Open Source...he also has this free on his blog...but buy the book anyway--it's less than a cup of coffee and will be worth far more than that to most devs.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is really helping solidify my understanding of back end ... 3 juillet 2014
Par Callie Elizabeth Brooks - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is really helping solidify my understanding of back end development. I'm new to web development, and I struggled to find material on node. This guide is well thought out and has helped me reach my goals.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great intro to JavaScript stack 27 mai 2014
Par Tony Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book shows you one way to create a full stack javascript application.
Great for JavaScript devs interested in how to organize and construct web applications using JS
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing introduction 12 mai 2014
Par Raghav Chaitanya Petluru - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm a newbie when it comes to web development and I've been looking around for articles that helped me get started. I came across this guide and found it amazing. Jason explains everything that is required to setup a web application such as installing dependencies, configuring the server, connecting to database, developing the front-end and finally deploying. I really enjoyed reading this and would recommend this to anyone starting web dev.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Shows how it all works together. 10 mai 2014
Par HAL W. NOYES - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was struggling with learning the JavaScript ecosystem and was overwhelmed by the number of libraries and frameworks, unsure about which ones to study and how to use them. In a few pages (along with the downloaded code from the author's git) showed me how selected libraries from each layer of an SPA all work together. Best two bucks I ever spent.
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