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Write Modern Web Apps with the MEAN Stack

Write Modern Web Apps with the MEAN Stack

by Jeff Dickey
246 Pages · 2015 · 8 · 1 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Learn JavaScript and Ajax with w3Schools
by Hege Refsnes
264 Pages · 2010 · 4 MB · 3,739 Downloads · New!
The “Learn JavaScript and Ajax with w3Schools, 1st Edition” is a helpful book for all who want to learn JavaScript. Hege Refsnes is the author of this programming book. This book engages all the readers from start to end of page and worth to read. Learn JavaScript and Ajax with w3Schools is a perfect book for newbies of learning JavaScript as it gives you the basic how-to for JavaScript.
The Road to React
by Robin Wieruch
246 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 2,615 Downloads · New!
“The Road to React: Your Journey to master plain yet pragmatic React.js” is phenomenal guidance on learning to React quickly and precisely. The Road to React is written by the author Robin Wieruch. Robin is a German software and web engineer who is dedicated to learn and teach programming in JavaScript. He gained experience from the startup world where he used JavaScript excessively during his professional time and spare time. In this book, you will learn all the fundamentals of React.js, how to create React application. Robin Wieruch starts from the beginning level and takes the reader through the learning experience step by step.
JavaScript and JQuery
by Jon Duckett
640 Pages · 2015 · 92 MB · 14 Downloads · New!
The “JavaScript and JQuery: Interactive Front-End Web Development” is an interesting book that tells how to make our interface and website more beautiful. Jon Duckett is the author of this best-selling book. Jon Duckett has been helping companies create innovative digital solutions for over 15 years. He has written and co-authored over a dozen books on web design and programming. In JavaScript and JQuery, the author gives a basic programming concept for all, those have no prior knowledge of programming. With the help of this book, the reader can learn how to write your own scripts from scratch. This interesting book is like art made with diagrams and code. After reading this book, readers will able to see why some techniques might be better than others. Furthermore, this book gives a clear description of the syntax and all of them explained with code samples. JavaScript and JQuery engaged the reader from start to end of the page with different topics and examples. At the end of this best-selling book, you will use the thousands of scripts, JavaScript APIs and JQuery plugins that are available on the web. In short, JavaScript and JQuery is an informative book for all computer science students that reveals how to create your own scripts from scratch.
A Software Engineer Learns HTML5, JavaScript and jQuery
by Dane Cameron
256 Pages · 2013 · 2  MB · 7 Downloads · New!
A Software Engineer Learns HTML5, JavaScript and jQuery is the computer programming, beginning programming and web development book which takes students to step by step to master web development skills. Dane Cameron is the guy behind this magnificent book. There are three core and very basic languages that we use in web development such as HTML, JavaScript, and JQuery. No need to worry if you are a beginner or no background knowledge of coding before. Dane takes the reader step by step to master all the required skills and become the high rated developer. It teaches the basic fundamentals of programming which are useful to build strong concepts. This guide offers a brief introduction about HTML5 and what the difference between XHTML and HTML4. It covers the core concepts of JavaScript and how you use the functions of JavaScript to build a smooth web application. What are APIs and how they are indexed when it comes to web storage? Further learn about JQuery, AJAX, and JQuery API. Learn about the web sockets and server-sent events in addition to how they are different from each other. All this and much more you will get in this programming language.
by David Flanagan
1096 Pages · 2011 · 6  MB · 12 Downloads · New!
JavaScript is the JavaScript, Programming language and computer sciences book that offers new chapters and techniques to master the latest functionalities. David Flanagan is the author of this superb book. David has decades of experience in web development and he remained one of the best programmers of JavaScript. This book first published in 1996 that is considered as the bible for the JavaScript programmer. It covers all the core concept of the language with easy to follow strategies. JavaScript is the back end programming language that handles the major functionalities and operations of the website. This is the 6th updated edition of the book which contains new chapters. David also shares the latest trends that are followed in the market by the expert developers. Learn about JQuery and how JQuery has revolutionized the abilities of JavaScript. This guide is ideal for both newbies and experts who are interested to enhance their skills in web development. It contains various chapters and every chapter has something new for the readers. David made it easy for the students so everyone can get the maximum knowledge and information from the book. If you wanted to become professional in web development or JavaScript then this is a must-read book for you.
Testing Vue.js Components with Jest
by Alex Jover
88 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 8 Downloads · New!
The “Testing Vue.js Components with Jest: A concise guide to testing Vue.js components using Jest and the Official Vue Test Utils library, 1st Edition” is a great book for programmers who are looking to make our development process smooth and bug-free. Alex Jover is the author of this informative book. Alex Jover is a Vue.js core team partner. He co-organizes Alicante Fronted and Vue Day. He is an instructor at Alligatorio and is interested in web performance, code quality and the human side of code. In this book, the reader will understand the numerous testing styles and their purpose. This book shows you how to test Vue.js components easily and take advantage of the fully-features jest testing framework with examples. Furthermore, the reader will see how to apply techniques such as snapshot testing, shallow rendering, module dependency mocking and module aliasing to make your test clean and smooth. You will also learn how to test deeply rendered Vus.js components. All in all, Testing Vue.js Components with Jest is a necessary book for all programmers looking to make your development process smooth and bug-free.