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By mastering Node you are learning how to build the next generation of software. joyent/node/blob/master/src/musicmarkup.info php?file=eurosyspdf. My Favorite musicmarkup.info Books. Contribute to thinkphp/nodejs-books development by creating an account on GitHub. Mastering Node. Mastering node is an open source eBook by node hackers for node hackers. Mastering node is written using the markdown files provided in./chapters, which can then be converted to several output formats, currently including pdf, mobi, epub and of course html.
Expert techniques for building fast servers and scalable, real-time network applications with minimal effort; rewritten for Node. This book covers the features of Node that are especially helpful to developers creating highly concurrent real-time applications. It takes you on a tour of Node's innovative event non-blocking design, showing you how to build professional applications. This edition has been updated to cover the latest features of Node 9 and ES6. Learn how to use microservices to simplify the design and composition of distributed systems.
Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. This is a great book, full of what I think is the edge of Node coding and way of think.
The only two things that is not great is this book are: It doesn't go all the way with examples. I had to download the code.
But I think when you are following a way of thinking it's best to show you all the way, not just part of it.
Because if I am lost I can turn back and start over. Which was not possible in several examples. The use of paid examples. I don't have accounts in site, twillio, or digital ocean, which makes the examples provided hard to follow. As I said previosly in the first point, I would prefer to follow it all through. But that is just my opinion. Besides that, I recommend it very much. Very rich and the autor show his incredible mastery of Node.
If you want to improve your knowlodge in Node The way things are explained is absolutely awful, which really sucks because the topics presented are great. Kindle Edition Verified download. It seems to be the best nodejs book i have ever discovered. No diagrams, half and half code where rest of a given test app is a github download and that disrupts continuity. The descriptions of the APIs feels cheap and copied out of Node. So far the reference to sink Node. I can't explain why Packt Publishing books feel rushed, lacking diagrams and are far far away from the league of books from Addison-Wesley, Manning or even O'Reilly.
Very good book.
Reading through a few chapters of this second edition, I was impressed at the level of details, concepts and the fact that this book continues to focus on mastering the core platform that is Node. I will also note that this Packt title is written damn well and flows properly which is a requirement for my expectations at this point. Kindle Edition. This in depth book on Node. More importantly, the updated edition adds insight into the new features of 9. This is a great read for new Node.
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You will take a deep dive into the Streams implementation, mastering this fundamental part of the Node stack. You will also implement a simple file browsing application using Electron. Through examples, learn how to efficiently track user state, route HTTP requests, handle sessions, and authenticate requests using the Redis database and Express web application framework.
We finish the chapter by building a collaborative document editing application. An investigation of the differences between programming in single and multithreaded environments leads to a discussion on how to spawn, fork, and communicate with child processes in Node, including a section on using the PM2 process manager.
We also build an analytics tool that records, and displays, the mouse actions of multiple, simultaneous clients connected through a cluster of web sockets. The chapter closes with us building a robust customer service application deployed on Heroku, where you will learn how to use the Twilio SMS gateway with Node.
We'll learn how to use Seneca and Node to create an autodiscovering services mesh, AWS Lambda to create serverless applications infinitely scalable in the cloud, and finally, how to create Docker containers and orchestrate their deployment with Kubernetes.
We will go deep, exploring how to use native debugging and testing modules, heap dumps and CPU profiling, eventually building test suites with Mocha and Chai.
We'll cover mocks, stubs, and spies with Sinon, live debugging of running Node processes with Chrome DevTools, and how to use tools like Puppeteer to implement headless testing of your UI code.
Here, you will learn how to create, publish, and manage packages. We also cover the new NAN Native Abstractions for Node tool and how that can help you with writing crossplatform, future-proofed add-ons. The browser and mobile user has come to expect a much richer and interactive experience. Over the last decade or so, network applications have come to resemble desktop applications. Also, recognition of the social characteristics of information has inspired the development of new kinds of interfaces and visualizations modeling dynamic network states, where the user is viewing change over real time rather than fading snapshots trapped in the past.
Even though our expectations for software have changed, the tools available to us as software developers have not changed much.
Computers are faster, and multicore chip architectures are common. Data storage is cheaper, as is bandwidth.