Mastering Node Js

Author: Sandro Pasquali
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1782166335
Size: 58.85 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This book contains an extensive set of practical examples and an easy-to-follow approach to creating 3D objects.This book is great for anyone who already knows JavaScript and who wants to start creating 3D graphics that run in any browser. You don’t need to know anything about advanced math or WebGL; all that is needed is a general knowledge of JavaScript and HTML. The required materials and examples can be freely downloaded and all tools used in this book are open source.

Node Cookbook

Author: David Mark Clements
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1785881248
Size: 41.15 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 6328
Over 60 high-quality recipes covering debugging, security, performance, microservices, web frameworks, databases, deployment and more; rewritten for Node 4, 6, and 8. About This Book Actionable recipes across the full spectrum of Node.js development Cutting edge techniques and tools for measuring and improving performance Best practices for creating readily-scalable production systems Who This Book Is For If you have good knowledge of JavaScript and want to build fast, efficient, scalable client-server solutions, then this book is for you. Some experience with Node.js is assumed to get the most out of this book. If working from a beginner level Node Cookbook 2nd Edition is recommended as a primer for Node Cookbook 3rd Edition. What You Will Learn Debug Node.js programs Write and publish your own Node.js modules Detailed coverage of Node.js core API's Use web frameworks such as Express, Hapi and Koa for accelerated web application development Apply Node.js streams for low-footprint data processing Fast-track performance knowledge and optimization abilities Persistence strategies, including database integrations with MongoDB, MySQL/MariaDB, Postgres, Redis, and LevelDB Apply critical, essential security concepts Use Node with best-of-breed deployment technologies: Docker, Kubernetes and AWS In Detail Today's web demands efficient real-time applications and scalability. Asynchronous event-driven programming is ideal for this, and this is where Node.js comes in. Server-side JavaScript has been here since the 90s, but Node got it right. With Node for tooling and server-side logic, and a browser-based client-side UI, everything is JavaScript. This leads to rapid, fluid development cycles. The full-stack, single language experience means less context-switching between languages for developers, architects and whole teams. This book shows you how to build fast, efficient, and scalable client-server solutions using the latest versions of Node. The book begins with debugging tips and tricks of the trade, and how to write your own modules. Then you'll learn the fundamentals of streams in Node.js, discover I/O control, and how to implement the different web protocols. You'll find recipes for integrating databases such as MongoDB, MySQL/MariaDB, Postgres, Redis, and LevelDB. We also cover the options for building web application with Express, Hapi and Koa. You will then learn about security essentials in Node.js and advanced optimization tools and techniques. By the end of the book you will have acquired the level of expertise to build production-ready and scalable Node.js systems. The techniques and skills you will learn in this book are based on the best practices developed by nearForm, one of the leaders in Node implementations, who supported the work of the authors on this book. Style and approach This recipe-based practical guide presents each topic with step-by-step instructions on how you can create fast and efficient server side applications using the latest features and capabilities in Node 8 whilst also supporting usage with Node 4 and 6.

Node Js Blueprints

Author: Krasimir Tsonev
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1783287349
Size: 73.29 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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A straightforward, practical guide containing step-by-step tutorials that will push your Node.js programming skills to the next level. If you are a web developer with experience in writing client-side JavaScript and want to discover the fascinating world of Node.js to develop fast and efficient web and desktop applications, then this book is for you.

Getting Started With React Vr

Author: John Gwinner
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1788473779
Size: 69.53 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
View: 7300
Create amazing 360 and virtual reality content that runs directly in your browsers with JavaScript and React VR 2.0 About This Book A practical guide to developing virtual reality experiences targeting web and mobile browsers Create customized 3D graphics for your virtual reality experiences with Three.js Explore the ReactVR library to create objects that seem real and see how they move in the Virtual world Import free models into VR and include those in your code Who This Book Is For This book is for web developers who want to use their existing skill set of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create virtual reality experiences. What You Will Learn Use Blender 2.79 to make virtual reality objects for Web VR. Import free models into VR and how to include those in your code Build a Virtual Museum with interactive art pieces Create your first VR App and customizing it Build animations by procedurally changing an object's position, using timers and Animated APIs Incorporate React Native code and JavaScript code in your VR world In Detail This book takes you on a journey to create intuitive and interactive Virtual Reality experiences by creating your first VR application using React VR 2.0.0. It starts by getting you up to speed with Virtual Reality (VR) and React VR components. It teaches you what Virtual Reality (VR) really is, why it works, how to describe 3D objects, the installation of Node.js (version 9.2.0) and WebVR browser. You will learn 3D polygon modeling, texturing, animating virtual objects and adding sound to your VR world. You will also discover ways to extend React VR with new features and native Three.js. You will learn how to include existing high-performance web code into your VR app. This book will also take you through upgrading and publishing your app. By the end of this book, you'll have a deep knowledge of Virtual Reality and a full-fledged working VR app to add to your profile! Style and approach A step-by-step practical guide to help readers build their first VR application.

Full Stack Javascript Development With Mean

Author: Colin J Ihrig
Publisher: SitePoint
ISBN: 1457192349
Size: 36.42 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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With modern tools. it is possible to create a production grade, full-stack application using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript alone. The combination of MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js has become so popular that it has earned the title MEAN stack -- the subject of this book. This book explores the MEAN stack in detail. We will begin by covering Node.js, as it will lay the groundwork for all of our server-side work. You will learn how to get Node running on your local machine as well as download modules using npm. The key aspects of the Node.js programming model will also be covered. From there, we will move on to MongoDB, where you'll learn how to interact with Mongo from a Node application. You will also learn how to create, retrieve, update, and delete data from a Mongo store. After you have a solid grasp on Node and Mongo, the book will move on to the Express web server. We'll cover the basics of Express applications via topics like routes and middleware. Building on previous chapters, we will cover the integration of Node, Mongo, and Express. Our coverage of the MEAN stack will wrap up with several chapters on AngularJS. These chapters will cover Angular fundamentals like data binding, directives, controllers, routing, and services. In an effort to explore competing technologies, a slight introduction to Ember.js will also be provided. Full stack JavaScript is not fully encompassed by the MEAN stack. There is an entire ecosystem of JavaScript tools to learn about, and this book will introduce a few of them. We will cover task runners Gulp.js and Grunt.js which are extremely useful for automating mundane, repetitive tasks. We'll also cover JSHint, a linting tool used to improve code quality. Linting tools analyze source code and report potentials issues - a feature that is especially useful in non-compiled languages like JavaScript.

Hands On Microservices With Node Js

Author: Diogo Resende
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1788626834
Size: 69.93 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
View: 3963
Learn essential microservices concepts while developing scalable applications with Express, Docker, Kubernetes, and Docker Swarm using Node 10 Key Features Write clean and maintainable code with JavaScript for better microservices development Dive into the Node.js ecosystem and build scalable microservices with Seneca, Hydra, and Express.js Develop smart, efficient, and fast enterprise-grade microservices implementation Book Description Microservices enable us to develop software in small pieces that work together but can be developed separately; this is one reason why enterprises have started embracing them. For the past few years, Node.js has emerged as a strong candidate for developing microservices because of its ability to increase your productivity and the performance of your applications. Hands-On Microservices with Node.js is an end-to-end guide on how to dismantle your monolithic application and embrace the microservice architecture - right from architecting your services and modeling them to integrating them into your application. We'll develop and deploy these microservices using Docker. Scalability is an important factor to consider when adding more functionality to your application, and so we delve into various solutions, such as Docker Swarm and Kubernetes, to scale our microservices. Testing and deploying these services while scaling is a real challenge; we'll overcome this challenge by setting up deployment pipelines that break up application build processes in several stages. Later on, we'll take a look at serverless architecture for our microservices and its benefits against traditional architecture. Finally, we share best practices and several design patterns for creating efficient microservices. What you will learn Learn microservice concepts Explore different service architectures, such as Hydra and Seneca Understand how to use containers and the process of testing Use Docker and Swarm for continuous deployment and scaling Learn how to geographically spread your microservices Deploy a cloud-native microservice to an online provider Keep your microservice independent of online providers Who this book is for This book is for JavaScript developers seeking to utilize their skills to build microservices and move away from the monolithic architecture. Prior knowledge of Node.js is assumed.

Cloud Native Programming With Golang

Author: Mina Andrawos
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1787127966
Size: 38.88 MB
Format: PDF
View: 1494
Discover practical techniques to build cloud-native apps that are scalable, reliable, and always available. Key Features Build well-designed and secure microservices. Enrich your microservices with continous integration and monitoring. Containerize your application with Docker Deploy your application to AWS. Learn how to utilize the powerful AWS services from within your application Book Description Awarded as one of the best books of all time by BookAuthority, Cloud Native Programming with Golang will take you on a journey into the world of microservices and cloud computing with the help of Go. Cloud computing and microservices are two very important concepts in modern software architecture. They represent key skills that ambitious software engineers need to acquire in order to design and build software applications capable of performing and scaling. Go is a modern cross-platform programming language that is very powerful yet simple; it is an excellent choice for microservices and cloud applications. Go is gaining more and more popularity, and becoming a very attractive skill. This book starts by covering the software architectural patterns of cloud applications, as well as practical concepts regarding how to scale, distribute, and deploy those applications. You will also learn how to build a JavaScript-based front-end for your application, using TypeScript and React. From there, we dive into commercial cloud offerings by covering AWS. Finally, we conclude our book by providing some overviews of other concepts and technologies that you can explore, to move from where the book leaves off. What you will learn Understand modern software applications architectures Build secure microservices that can effectively communicate with other services Get to know about event-driven architectures by diving into message queues such as Kafka, Rabbitmq, and AWS SQS. Understand key modern database technologies such as MongoDB, and Amazon’s DynamoDB Leverage the power of containers Explore Amazon cloud services fundamentals Know how to utilize the power of the Go language to access key services in the Amazon cloud such as S3, SQS, DynamoDB and more. Build front-end applications using ReactJS with Go Implement CD for modern applications Who this book is for This book is for developers who want to begin building secure, resilient, robust, and scalable Go applications that are cloud native. Some knowledge of the Go programming language should be sufficient.To build the front-end application, you will also need some knowledge of JavaScript programming.

Coffeescript Programming With Jquery Rails And Node Js

Author: Michael Erasmus
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1849519595
Size: 46.51 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
View: 4672
3. CoffeeScript and jQuery; Finding and changing elements; The function; Utility functions; Ajax methods; Using jQuery; Using CoffeeScript and jQuery in the browser; Compiling CoffeeScript; jQuery and CoffeeScript; Testing it all; Running a local web server; Our application; TodoMVC; Our initial HTML; Initializing our app; Adding a to-do item; Using localStorage; Displaying the to-do items; Showing the to-do items; Removing and completing items; Now, it's your turn!; Summary; 4. CoffeeScript and Rails; What makes Rails special?; Convention over configuration.

Blockchain For Business With Hyperledger Fabric

Author: Nakul Shah
Publisher: BPB Publications
ISBN: 9388511654
Size: 55.59 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Step-by-step guide to understand the business implementation of Hyperledger Fabric DESCRIPTION In 2016, enterprise “blockchain” was a new concept. There were very few players in the private permissioned blockchain space. The advent of Hyperledger Fabric has since brought its tech in front of the likes of multi-national companies across various sectors like banking, insurance, retail, and more. Corporations and startups, across the globe, have started moving towards Hyperledger Fabric to find new use cases to support business requirements efficiently. As a result, relevant technical expertise and knowledge is required to build and support solutions on Hyperledger Fabric. This book aims to equip you with enough knowledge of enterprise blockchain platforms in conjunction with skills to use Fabric in order to succeed in the role of a Blockchain developer or Subject Matter Expert. The book starts with a brief introduction to the world of blockchain. The book will cover all aspects of fabric ranging from network setup, to use case deployment and testing. Several examples have been covered in this book which will provide you a hands-on understanding of the subject. You will also learn to use the basic functions, libraries and packages required in a Fabric business network deployment. KEY FEATURES Learn the basics of blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology from a business and enterprise perspective Understand the advantages of Hyperledger Fabric and get acquainted with its architecture and tools used Acquire skills to create, deploy and interact with Chaincode in Node.js Learn to set up a new Hyperledger Fabric network Demystify Chaincode, in Fabric, for developers and operators Develop knowledge to invoke Chaincode from Fabric SDK and create APIs Get acquainted with the production environment for Fabric business networks WHAT WILL YOU LEARN This book will help the reader learn techniques for developing enterprise applications using Hyperledger Fabric. It will also help understand why blockchain is being regarded as a game changing technology within the business world. Reader will learn to deploy Fabric based business networks and chaincodes, and will come across case studies to put their knowledge to practice and solve real-life business problems using Hyperledger Fabric. WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR The book is intended for anyone looking for a career in blockchain, all aspiring Hyperledger Fabric SMEs who want to learn the most powerful innovation of the current time or working professionals who want to switch their career to blockchain by using Hyperledger Fabric – one of the most commonly used business platforms for blockchain. While no prior knowledge of Blockchain or Fabric is assumed, it will be helpful to have some programming experience. Table of Contents Blockchain and Decentralization Introduction to Hyperledger and Composer Basics of Hyperledger Fabric Frameworks, Network Topologies and Modelling Chaincode in Hyperledger Fabric Fabric SDK: Interaction with Fabric Network Fabric SDK: Building End-to-End Application with Fabric Network Fabric in Production

Training Guide Programming In Html5 With Javascript And Css3 Mcsd

Author: Glenn Johnson
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0735674345
Size: 28.62 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Designed to help experienced programmers develop real-world, job-role-specific skills—this Training Guide focuses on creating applications with HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3. Build hands-on expertise through a series of lessons, exercises, and suggested practices—and help maximize your performance on the job. Provides in-depth, hands-on training you take at your own pace Focuses on job-role-specific expertise for using HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3 to begin building modern web and Windows 8 apps Features pragmatic lessons, exercises, and practices Creates a foundation of skills which, along with on-the-job experience, can be measured by Microsoft Certification exams such as 70-480 Coverage includes: creating HTML5 documents; implementing styles with CSS3; JavaScript in depth; using Microsoft developer tools; AJAX; multimedia support; drawing with Canvas and SVG; drag and drop functionality; location-aware apps; web storage; offline apps; writing your first simple Windows 8 apps; and other key topics