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Présentation de l'éditeur
Learn to develop powerful web applications in minutes with Meteor
About This Book
- Familiarize yourself with Meteor's new and improved features
Who This Book Is For
What You Will Learn
- Leverage reactive programming in modern web applications
- Design and implement MongoDB/NoSQL databases
- Develop fast and simple web interfaces with HTML templates
- Use local and server synchronization to make apps more user-friendly
- Structure an application for performance and security
- Leverage Meteor's quick and easy user authentication system
- Implement third-party packages and add-ons
- Prepare and deploy Meteor applications
You will begin with a look "under the hood" to see what makes Meteor so special. Next, you will build a complete, working application from scratch, gaining a thorough understanding of Meteor's major features including: data on the wire, web templates, declarative programming, full-stack reactivity, modularity, third-party packages, and MongoDB/NoSQL databases. Finally, you will learn how to harden your app, prepare it for production release, and quickly deploy it using Meteor's public servers or your own custom server. With updated screenshots and code, this second edition will show you exactly why Meteor is the choice for rapid, elegant application development.
Biographie de l'auteur
Isaac Strack is a design technologist and STEM education advocate, currently working as a solutions consultant for Adobe Systems. With more than 15 years of experience in management information systems and web and creative technologies, Isaac has a strong background in modern web application development. He is the author of the Packt Publishing book Meteor Cookbook and the Packt Publishing video series Learning Meteor Application Development; he also assisted recently as a technical reviewer for another Packt Publishing book named Building Single-page Web Apps with Meteor. He holds a patent for online fraud detection and is a co-captain of the Salt Lake City Meteor Meetup group. He is an experienced lecturer/speaker. Isaac regularly mentors others at boot camps, training events, and conferences, such as UtahJS, DevMountain Meteor Day, NMC Summer Conference, Adobe workshops/events, and the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
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Sometimes, computer science authors write their books too much like their code itself, defining all their concepts up front (the way they would declare and set values for all the variables at the beginning of a function) and then expanding upon each piece in the section that follows. This pattern is not best for the reader: it's hard to get into a rhythm with the author and results in having to go back to the earlier portions of the book or chapter to re-read the way the author define their concepts as they finally start to sink in. I personally appreciate it when an author tries instead to establish a good flow and introduces ideas dynamically, at the time when each idea can be most appropriately introduced and can be reinforced most effectively by the surrounding content. This author seems to understand this pattern better than most and it makes him a good teacher for it.
What I enjoyed most about this book was the structure of the content, chapter by chapter. The book begins by trying to get you up and running with Meteor and building a simple application as quickly as possible, and its amazing how simple it is to get to that point! It isn't until the third chapter that you go through the necessary high-level discussions of the Meteor framework, the needs it addresses, the history of MVC-like patterns in web development, etc., and in most computer science books I believe you'd be reading through this stuff up-front, anxiously waiting to get started and see it in action. But this book has such a nice flow to it because discussions like these come at the appropriate time and have a reinforcing effect rather than leaving you feeling like "okay, get on with it and let's see some code". The latter half of the book then builds upon the earlier, simple application with more realistic looking UI design, C.R.U.D. operation implementation, authentication, robust configuration of role-based event broadcasting and database access, and finally to deployment. So you can definitely say the content here is covered from basics to basic tour of high-level concepts.
There is no question that Issac knows his stuff well. This book is very good like his video and the cookbook. However, it is not titled appropriately. There is beginning material and then more advanced material mixed together. I have been working with Meteor for the last few months so I am a bit familiar with it. Without that knowledge, it would be difficult climb for a beginner as far as this book is concerned. But if you use this book in combination with other books and materials available on the web, then it is quite useful.
As far as the code that comes with the book, it works fine with a few minor glitches here and there. But I am experienced enough in Meteor to work through them. I am not sure if a rank beginner can do that. My constructive criticism of the code is that it can be refactored quite a bit to make it clearer, but may be the author had a page count limit on the book or something similar.