Single Page Web Applications

SummaryIn Single Page Web Applications you ll learn to build modern browser based apps that take advantage of stronger client platforms and predictable bandwidth You ll learn the SPA design approach, and then start exploring new techniques like structured JavaScript and responsive design And you ll learn how to capitalize on trends like server side JavaScript and NoSummaryIn Single Page Web Applications you ll learn to build modern browser based apps that take advantage of stronger client platforms and predictable bandwidth You ll learn the SPA design approach, and then start exploring new techniques like structured JavaScript and responsive design And you ll learn how to capitalize on trends like server side JavaScript and NoSQL data stores, as well as new frameworks that make JavaScript manageable and testable as a first class language.About this BookIf your website is a jumpy collection of linked pages, you are behind Single page web applications are your next step pushing UI rendering and business logic to the browser and communicating with the server only to synchronize data, they provide a smooth user experience, much like a native application But, SPAs can be hard to develop, manage, and test.Single Page Web Applications shows how your team can easily design, test, maintain, and extend sophisticated SPAs using JavaScript end to end, without getting locked into a framework Along the way, you ll develop advanced HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript skills, and use JavaScript as the language of the web server and the database.This book assumes basic knowledge of web development No experience with SPAs is required.Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.What s InsideDesign, build, and test a full stack SPA Best in class tools like jQuery, TaffyDB, Node.js, and MongoDB Real time web with web sockets and Socket Touch controls for tablets and smartphones Common SPA design mistakesAbout the AuthorsThe authors are architects and engineering managers Michael Mikowski has worked on many commercial SPAs and a platform that processes over 100 billion requests per year Josh Powell has built some of the most heavily trafficked sites on the web.Table of ContentsPART 1 INTRODUCING SPAS Our first single page application Reintroducing JavaScript PART 2 SPA CLIENT Develop the Shell Add feature modules Build the Model Finish the Model and Data modules PART 3 THE SPA SERVER The web server The server database Readying our SPA for production
Single Page Web Applications SummaryIn Single Page Web Applications you ll learn to build modern browser based apps that take advantage of stronger client platforms and predictable bandwidth You ll learn the SPA design approach

  • Title: Single Page Web Applications
  • Author: Michael S. Mikowski Josh C. Powell
  • ISBN: 9781617290756
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
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    • Vladimir Rybalko said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      Not bad. Too ambiguously for me. Some very useful parts are mixed with so boring reading. I do not understand why author has included too many code examples into each chapter. He should attach a code archive better. Despite the big advantage is a detailed review of SPA application concept. SPA examples without any framework are the most powerful pages. They are really cool! I would recommend these parts to everyone who want to know deeply about the single page application.

    • Irina Lukyanenko said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      I have read only JavaScript Essentials Part and I really thankful because it contains a strong deep explanation.

    • Cassio Goldschmidt said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      Fun JavaScript end to end book! Very good intermediate book on how to write rich web apps with a JavaScript backed (node.js + MongoDb). This book is one of those programming books that not only teaches the language but also also preaches coding "better" practices. The appendix on Javascript standards was a bit disappointing and the authors make very few mentions about security, which should be a topic of great concern for SPA developers. The chapters on Mongo, Express, Node.js were my favorite p [...]

    • Igor said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      This is good book that can teach you JavaScript programming, but the example that is used throughout the whole book in my opinion is too big and in moments gets confusing.The beginning is great, the explanation of how JavaScript works and how browsers are handling JavaScript code is one of the best that I have ever read.The part with the chat application that is used for explaining SPA is too big in my opinion, I wasn't able to follow the code, because sometimes it was spreading on 3 pages.The e [...]

    • Jean Tessier said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      Single page applications are all the rage these days. I figured this book could help me make sense of it all. I'm particularly interested in AngularJS, but it never came up in the book.The book walks you through all the steps to build a fully functional chat application. It shows client-side interactions, abstracting a data layer, communicating with a server to exchange messages, and storing user profiles in a database on the server. The example is just complex enough to showcase all the steps w [...]

    • Deodoro said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      There are some glitches in this book, but you may learn some interesting things with it (although I suggest borrowing it instead of buying, definetely not that good).First, a disclaimer: not a book for beginners, you'd better keep away if you don't already know some HTML+CSS+JS. Just saying itThe goodies: lots of code to browse; some good software engineering in the way things are put together; a nice primer on node.js.On the flip side:Waaay too much code, I'd tell the authors to put the bulk of [...]

    • Dan said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      A decent introduction to SPA architecture, with a heavy focus on JavaScript and JavaScript-centric technologies. The code is mostly solid, albeit a bit verbose at times (more could easily have been offshored to downloads, or to force the user to recall previous code snippets), but the verbosity was put to good use in many places to explain the how and way of certain choices.There are a few places that struck me as odd: the authors don't explain why a jQuery plugin is needed when bind and trigger [...]

    • Gishu Pillai said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      Liked the hands on style of the book - the author takes us on a ride building (yet another) chat application. Loved the way of breaking down the development into discrete testable pieces and then tying them all up together.I guess this is the book for SPAs at the moment. SPA differs from the usual web page by moving the entire client application over to the browser using JS + only relying on the server for initial load + data updatesHowever the content isn't sticky maybe I speed-read it. This bo [...]

    • Matthew Purdon said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      A great book, I really appreciated the rout the author takes in writing the framework from scratch rather than relying on a pre-built framework such as angular or react.This in-depth planning for the architecture of the application rather than being a bunch of web page templates/fragments with some JavaScript glue is focusing on the best thing that has happened to front end or client-side development in a long time - we are now building applications, not just web pages.

    • Alan said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      rec by DDJ:drdobbs/joltawards/jole jQuery and TaffyDB instead of Angular (not MEAN)

    • Mj Macarty said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      Probably the best all around text I have read with JavaScript as the subject. This will make you write. Enter code.

    • Mills College Library said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      005.2762 M6369 2013

    • Andrew Gurinovitch said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 17:03 PM

      maybe this book is not that bad technically, but i just become bored. too lengthy and not much new for me.

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