Node.JS 6.x Blueprints

Key FeaturesIf you are looking to create stunning applications with Node.js from scratch, then this is the ideal book for youIt covers a wide variety of applications so you can effectively integrate third-party libraries and other front-end frameworks with Node.jsThe projects will guide you through leveraging all the new features introduced in Node.js 4.XBook DescriptionNode.js is the most popular framework to create server-side applications today. Be it web, desktop, or mobile, Node.js comes to your rescue to create stunning real-time applications. Node.js 4.x Blueprints will teach you to build these types of projects in an easy-to-understand manner.The key to any Node.js project is a strong foundation on the concepts that will be a part of every project. The book will first teach you the MVC design pattern while developing a Twitter-like application using Express.js. In the next chapters, you will learn to create a website and applications such as streaming, photography, and a store locator using MongoDB, MySQL, and Firebase.Once you're warmed up, we'll move on to more complex projects such as a consumer feedback app, a real-time chat app, and a blog using Node.js with frameworks such as and Finally, we’ll explore front-end build processes, Docker, and continuous delivery.By the end of book, you will be comfortable working with Node.js applications and will know the best tools and frameworks to build highly scalable desktop and cloud applications.What you will learnExplore MVC design pattern in Node.jsBuild solid architectures by following test-driven developmentLook beyond web applications and create your own desktop app with Node.jsDevelop single page applications using Node.js with the RESTful APIs, MongoDB, and ORMMaster the Express framework and build a complete application with a real databaseCreate a real-time and fully functional online chat application with Socket.IOAbout the AuthorFernando Monteiro is a front-end developer and speaker, and the mind behind the ResponsiveBolierplate, a micro framework for responsive layouts. He contributes articles and materials on his blog, for the entire community, on web design and development.He is passionate about web standards, semantics, and mobile design.He began his career as a graphic designer in 2004 and quickly became an expert in QuarkXPress, producing and editing more than 500 ads for different companies in different magazines. He has worked as a manager of e-commerce and UX designer for various companies and products, including mobile applications. Since 2009, he has worked full-time as a front-end developer; his spare time is dedicated to open source projects and freelance jobs.You can find him on LinkedIn at books with Packt –AngularJS Directives Cookbook in November 2015Amazon ratings – 5 startsLink - HTML5 Responsive Table Design How-to in April 2013Amazon ratings – 5 starsLink - Single Page Web Application Development in December 2014Amazon ratings – 3 starsLink -

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