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Practical Node.js is your step-by-step guide to learning how to build a wide range of scalable real-world web applications using a professional development toolkit. Node.js is an innovative and highly efficient platform for creating web services. But Node.js doesn't live in a vacuum! In a modern web development, many different components need to be put together -- routing, database driver, ORM, session management, OAuth, HTML template engine, CSS compiler and many the time to discover how to bring it to production level by leveraging its vast ecosystem of packages. As a web developer, you'll work with a varied collection of standards and frameworks -Practical Node.js shows you how all those pieces fit togetherPractical Node.js takes you from installing all the necessary modules to writing full-stack web applications by harnessing the power of the Express.js and Hapi frameworks, the MongoDB database with Mongoskin and Mongoose, Jade and Handlebars template engines, Stylus and LESS CSS languages, OAuth and Everyauth libraries, and the Socket.IO and Derby libraries, and everything in between. The book also covers how to deploy to Heroku and AWS, daemonize apps, and write REST APIs. You'll build full-stack real-world Node.js apps from scratch, and also discover how to write your own Node.js modules and publish them on NPM. You already know what Node.js is; now learn what you can do with it and how far you can take it What you'll learn Manipulate data from the mongo consolelibrarieHapDeploy apps to Heroku and AWSTravisCUtilize sessions for authenticationEveryautclusterit on NP Who this book is for Practical Node.js is for web developers who have some familiarity with the basics of Node.js and want to learn how to use it to build apps in a professional environment. Table of Contents Setting Up Node.js and Other EssentialsUsing Express.js to Create Rapid Node.js Web Apps TDD and BDD for Node.js with MochaTemplate Engines: Jade and Handlebars Persistence with MongoD

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1.0 étoiles sur 5 One Star is Generous 3 août 2015
Par S. Olson - Publié sur
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Does a good job identifying the topics that should be covered, but does a god-awful job of actually covering them. I chose this book as the required text for a Node.js seminar I organized within our 200+ member JavaScript user group. It was/is universally loathed by EVERYONE, and for many good reasons.

First, the author completely ignores Windows users. It's not just MAC screenshots that are the problem, it's that he provides coding patterns that only work on a MAC (or Linux), using Makefiles for example.

Second, the book is slim, about 270-something pages including the index. If you took just the original expository text it probably wouldn't cover 70 pages. The rest of the book is padded with mindless lists (seemingly cribbed directly from online docs) and code samples that are used again in his Pro Express book (Yes, I got suckered twice in the same order.)

Third, it's just lousy writing and in desperate need of a real editor. That this rough draft went to press is shameful. It reflects really badly on Apress.

Four, going back through the many five-star reviews for this book, it seems clear to me that many of these are paid reviews -- a sleazy practice that threatens to undermine the usefulness of Amazon product reviews. You can find a number of five-star reviewers, whose history is filled with dozens of 5-star reviews for tchotchkes of every sort, with only one review for a tech book -- this one, or even more telling, they've only reviewed two books, both by this author. Like I said, it's clear to me what's going on here, but you can draw your own conclusions.

Here is my advice. Buy Beginning Node.js by Bassart Ali Syed, also by Apress. His is a fantastic book -- well written, well edited, with a lot of solid background information in addition to good code examples. Then just copy the table of contents from this book and go read the online docs for all of the modules. In my 30 years coding, I have bought hundreds of tech books, and this is among the five worst.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 It is not a book, it is printed tutorial from a web blog. 4 juillet 2016
Par Pavel Bazin - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If treated as a tutorial content is just fine. However it is sold like a book.

It is fun to read book with printed links like: "[...]", seriously, which is actually an article from this writer. Endless and pointless listings with no, or short explanations.

It feels just like few tutorials from averange web page were glued together and printed out. As a digital tutorial thats ok, as a printed book - Im feeling sad for a wasted trees.
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Not too practical for me... there is ... 18 août 2016
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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Not too practical for me...there is quite a lot of code. I was expecting more of a design concept/approach.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 endless listings with comments which state the obvious 15 octobre 2014
Par Aleksandar Pantic - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I'm a control theory engineer with 20 years of professional experience in enterprise level software development. It is entirely my fault that I bought the book strictly based on its 5.0 average out of 12 reviews. Must be authors friends. And now...
Author says: 'Figure 4-4 shows how the home page looks after adding style sheets'...Yes, maybe, but not until after adding menu.jade in includes, and after doing lots of additional changes in controller/model i.e. app.js (which is not done until two chapters later), and after you start 'mongod' process, and after you add some articles and... and counting.
The matter of the fact is that you cannot see the results of your .jade views without the model which in turn draws information from the persistence layer - but author doesn't find it worth mentioning. He simply states: 'Figure 4-4 shows how the home page looks after adding style sheets.' Isn't that just great? Regarding this, the approach to form the views first and then everything else is a bit strange - at least for a book. I've never seen it in my professional career.
This lone example illustrates the whole 'organization' of the book. Chaotic, unstructured with tons of pages wasted on listings of the code from the source file which is available anyway. Sometimes twice - as a listing and then 'full listing'. To make things worse, such listings are not accompanied by explanations, nuances, advices, best practices... he never draws readers attention to important details or pitfalls. Most of the time the author just says: 'The full code of file is as follows', or for the variation's sake: 'Now we can look at the home page template index.jade that extends layout' which is nothing more but stating the obvious. Having said that, there are some useful advices when installing and setting up frameworks/libraries.

I also can't understand why author ruthlessly lists all the features of countless libraries he chooses to cover (why so many alternatives in the first place?). Most of the features he doesn't explain or, in a very rear occasion 'explains' in a wrong way. Take for instance the essential Node's module property: 'module.exports' and 'exports'. Instead of explaining the real difference (which is by the way very simple, but still important), he conveys disinformation: 'sometimes it's more fitting to invoke a constructor... In this case, module.exports is needed'. Unbelievable!
Author simply doesn't seem to fundamentally know the stuff he writes about, or he doesn't care.

The English language used is really basic and sometimes with the odd order of words in the sentence. This makes it hard for the author to explain the subtleties or transmit the essence. Try to compare it with the expressiveness of Ethan Brown or Michael S. Mikowski/Josh C. Powell who authored books on exactly the same subject. What a difference!
Don't get me wrong, I found easily every answer to my questions in the original documentation of each library/framework author covers, and within two days I deciphered the book - but was I supposed to?
Just for the sake of curiosity, I took a look at couple of other author's books. They all use the same almost-trivial projects which source codes author lists relentlessly all the way through.
My conclusion is that the author wrote couple of simple applications and then exploited every single line of code to contribute to the number of pages and number of books which he published under different names with different publishers (which still could have been okay if he analyzed the snippets properly).

In order to give credit where it is deserved, I admit that there is a little value in this book. It pointed to mainstream frameworks and libraries which form a web javascript development stack, so at least I knew where to turn to for relevant information. Frameworks mentioned in the book indeed all work together well. But, it is not enough for me to give it two stars.

The book is 'void'. Avoid void! (Douglas Crockford).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I finally got the way 17 novembre 2014
Par Julia - Publié sur
Format: Broché
After going through many books I finally found the best and comprehensive resource to learn the node.js software development. Azat has really done a great work and compiled a great book which really help you in getting complete knowledge about the exciting technology. I read this book and really found it amazing without any doubt. Due to this book my concepts got improved and I started finding the way towards production level software programming. It would have been impossible without the help of this book and that is the reason I am thankful to the author and research team.
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