By Azat Mardan

Useful, real-world info for developers
indicates the way to mix Node.js with the preferred instruments and frameworks
construct complete instance apps that readers can use, instead of small snippets of code

Practical Node.js is your step by step consultant to studying the way to construct a variety of scalable real-world net functions utilizing a qualified improvement toolkit. Node.js is an cutting edge and hugely effective platform for growing internet companies. yet Node.js doesn't dwell in a vacuum! In a latest net improvement, many various elements must be prepare — routing, database driving force, ORM, consultation administration, OAuth, HTML template engine, CSS compiler and plenty of more.

If you understand the fundamentals of Node.js, now's the time to find easy methods to deliver it to construction point via leveraging its colossal atmosphere of applications. As an internet developer, you'll paintings with a diversified number of criteria and frameworks - useful Node.js exhibits you ways all these items healthy together.

Practical Node.js takes you from fitting all of the important modules to writing full-stack net functions by means of harnessing the ability of the Express.js and Hapi frameworks, the MongoDB database with Mongoskin and Mongoose, Jade and Handlebars template engines, Stylus and not more CSS languages, OAuth and Everyauth libraries, and the Socket.IO and Derby libraries, and every little thing in among. The ebook additionally covers how one can install to Heroku and AWS, daemonize apps, and write relaxation APIs. You'll construct full-stack real-world Node.js apps from scratch, and in addition notice tips to write your individual Node.js modules and post them on NPM. you know what Node.js is; now examine what you are able to do with it and the way some distance you could take it!

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Historically, web apps have been hard to autotest, and developers relied heavily on manual testing. But, certain parts such as standalone services and REST API can be and should be tested thoroughly by the TDD. At the same time, rich user interface (UI) / user experience (UX) can be tested with headless browsers such as PhantomJS. The behavior-driven development (BDD) concept is based on TDD. It differs from TDD in language, which encourages collaboration between product owners and programmers.

The Jade syntax and its features are covered more extensively in Chapter 4. , inner text), is put inside this element. js!

If we want to output a value of a variable (called locals), we use =. , inner text): h1 hello p= msg There are more advanced examples of Jade included later in this book; but for now, everything is set for the first demo! Running the Hello World App When we run the $ node app command and open browsers at http://localhost:3000, we see what appears in Figure 2-12. js Web Apps Figure 2-12.

However, it’s faster for development if this constant sequence of restarts is automated. js. com/strongblog/comparison-tools-to-automate-restarting-node-jsserver-after-code-changes-forever-nodemon-nodesupervisor-nodedev/). js reloads a template file for every new request by default. So, no server restart is necessary. However, we can cache templates by enabling the view cache setting. js 4 [2014, Apress]. js scripts from the command line. js syntax and the platform. js IDEs and libraries for development were provided.

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