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Pro MongoDB Development - 2836338433

201,44 zł

Pro MongoDB Development Springer, Berlin

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Pro MongoDB Development is about MongoDB, a NoSQL database based on the BSON (binary JSON) document model. The book discusses all aspects of using MongoDB in web applications: Java, PHP, Ruby, JavaScript are the most commonly used programming/scripting languages and the book discusses accessing MongoDB database with these languages. § The book also discusses using Java EE frameworks Kundera and Spring Data with MongoDB. As NoSQL databases are commonly used with the Hadoop ecosystem the book also discusses using MongoDB with Apache Hive. Migration from other NoSQL databases (Apache Cassandra and Couchbase) and from relational databases (Oracle Database) is also discussed. § What You'll Learn: §§How to use a Java client and MongoDB shell§§How to use MongoDB with PHP, Ruby, and Node.js as well §How to migrate Apache Cassandra tables to MongoDB documents; Couchbase to MongoDB; and transferring data between Oracle and MongoDB§§How to use Kundera, Spring Data, and Spring XD with MongoDB§§How to load MongoDB data into Oracle Database and integrating MongoDB with Oracle Database in Oracle Data Integrator § Audience: §The target audience of the book is NoSQL database developers. Target audience includes Java, PHP and Ruby developers. The book is suitable for an intermediate level course in NoSQL database. §


Pro MEAN Stack Development - 2847572562

185,83 zł

Pro MEAN Stack Development Springer, Berlin

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This book teaches you to write free, open-source, cross-platform, dynamic JavaScript applications that can run anywhere. Using the MEAN stack - MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and Node.js - you will get the tools you need to set up, write your code once, and be able to deploy your code on any device. You will be able to cut development time by using one stack to serve all your development needs. You will learn everything needed to work effectively with MEAN, from setting up your toolstack to rolling out your free servers, and deploying on any device. As well as MEAN you will also learn to build scripts with Grunt and Gulp, and deploy using Phonegap. Harness JavaScript to create dynamic and easily-maintainable applications fast and 100% free. Master the MEAN stack with this book today. What You Will Learn Utilize JavaScript for the entire development cycle from front end to back end, database and deployment. Learn to write responsive code that can be deployed on any device. Become a well-rounded developer and be able to understand the entire development cycle. Learn to utilize free open source and cloud services to deploy production-grade code. Who This Book Is For This book is for front or back end developers interested in utilizing the MEAN stack to deploy successful apps on all devices. You need to have knowledge of JavaScript but no prior knowledge of using the MEAN stack is required.


Pro Mern Stack - 2871066492

179,99 zł

Pro Mern Stack

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Computing & information technology>Computer science>Human-computer interactionKsiążki Obcojęzyczne>Angi...

Chapter 1: Why MERN This Is An Introductory Chapter That Discusses The History Of React And MERN And Why It's Suitable For A Variety Of Web Apps. One Interesting Topic That I Will Be Discussing Here Is Why It Was Created And What Problem It Tried To Solve. This Will Give Great Insights Into What Kind Of Apps React Is Most Suitable For, And For What Kind Of Apps It Will Be A Misfit. Chapter 2: Intro To React And Hello World This Chapter Starts With Installation Of Some Basic Components: Node, Npm, Express, Babel And React. Then, The First Pieces Of Code Is Written, Which Brings Up The Customary Hello World App. All The Code At This Point Is In React (ie, No Server Side Coding). I Introduce The Basics Of React In This Chapter. Chapter 3: React Components Here, I'll Invent The Functional Requirements Of Our Sample App That We'll Use Throughout The Book. Then, I'll Start Off The First Important Concept Of React: Components And Composition. Using This, We'll Build The First Cut Of The Sample App - We'll Build The UI To Show A List Of Bugs, A Placeholder For A Filter To Control The List And Another Placeholder Which Will Become A Form To Add A Bug To The List. Chapter 4: Data From Server In This Chapter, I Will Describe How Data Can Be Served From The Server Via APIs. I'll Introduce Express And Describe How To Create REST APIs Using Express Routes. At The End Of This Chapter, We'll Be Serving The Data From The Server Instead Of Hardcoded Data On In Our App Scripts, And Using This Data To Render Our Components. Chapter 5: Using MongoDB To Save The Data Here, We'll Take Data Handling To The Next Level And Introduce MongoDB. We'll Explore How To Save And Retrieve Data From A MongoDB Database Via The Mongo Shell, And Later, Via The MongoDB Driver From Our App Server. Chapter 6: Build And Bundle Using Webpack When We Have Many Components, It Is Good To Modularize The App. It Also Becomes Essential When We Start Using Third Party Libraries. In This Chapter, I Show How The App Can Be Split Into Modules. To Manage The Dependencies And Create A Single Bundle Containing All The Front-end Code, We Will Use A Utility Called Webpack. At The End Of This Chapter, We Have A Complete Stack And The Required Development Tools All In Place. Further Chapters Will Improve Our Sample App By Adding More Features, Which Require Other Libraries And/or Features Of Each Component Of The MERN Stack. Chapter 7: Dynamic Components And Interactivity We'll Take Components To The Next Level In This Chapter. I'll Cover How To Dynamically Update Components By Manipulating State, How To Deal With User Interaction And Finally How To Communicate Between Components. At The End Of This Chapter, The User Will Be Able To Add A Record To The List Using A Form. Chapter 8: Routing Using React Router Routing Is The Act Of Switching Between Sections Of The App Using A URL That Indicates Where We Are. In A Single Page App (SPA) A New URL Does Not Translate To A Full Page Request To The Server, The DOM Is Updated By Making Lightweight Ajax Calls. React By Itself Does Not Mandate Any Particular Routing Mechanism, But Fortunately There Are Other Libraries That Simplify Routing For Us. In This Chapter, We'll Introduce React Router And Use That To Route Between Different Views In The App. Chapter 9: Forms And Component Lifecycle Handling User Input Via Forms The React Is A Little Different From The Conventional Javascript / JQuery Way. In This Chapter We'll Explore How User Input Is Captured. We'll Explore Controlled Components And Uncontrolled Components And Which Is One Is Appropriate In Which Situation. We'll Now Have Proper Forms Acting As Input To Adding A New Bug, Editing An Existing One, And Setting A New Filter. Chapter 10: Using React Bootstrap React Bootstrap Is An Epitome Of How To Build Reusable React Components. By Using Some Existing Bootstrap Components To Give A Polished Look To Our UI, We'll Also Learn How To Bui


Pro PHP and jQuery - 2869345770

159,31 zł

Pro PHP and jQuery Springer, Berlin

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Pro PHP and jQuery, Second Edition is for intermediate level programmers interested in building web applications using jQuery and PHP. Updated for PHP version 7 and the latest version of jQuery, this book teaches some advanced PHP techniques and it shows you how to take your dynamic applications to the next level by adding a JavaScript layer using the jQuery framework and APIs, considered the most popular JavaScript libraries.§§Learn to utilize the new built-in PHP functions. Since the first edition, this book covers new PHP features like trait support, short array syntax support, updated registers, a built-in web server, several improvements to existing features, performance and reduced memory requirements, generators, blocks for exceptions handling, OpCache, scalar expressions, variadic functions, argument unpacking, a new exponentiation operator, extensions of the use statement for functions and constants, a new phpdbg debugger as a SAPI module, and other smaller improvements.§§Moreover, from PHP 7, you'll get uniform variable syntax, the AST-based compilation process, the added Closure::call(), bitwise shift consistency across platforms, the (null coalesce) operator, Unicode codepoint escape syntax, return type declarations, and new and easier extensions development with support for redis, MongoDB and much more. Along the way, learn how the latest jQuery is used for animation, validation and more JavaScript.§§After reading and using this book, you'll come away understanding a fully functional PHP using jQuery web application case study that you can reapply as a template for your own particular web application.§


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