Michael S. Mikowski Josh C. Powell
- Title: Single Page Web Applications
- Author: Michael S. Mikowski Josh C. Powell
- ISBN: 9781617290756
- Page: 397
- Format: Paperback
Recent Comments "Single Page Web Applications"
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.
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
rec by DDJ:drdobbs/joltawards/jole jQuery and TaffyDB instead of Angular (not MEAN)
005.2762 M6369 2013
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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