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From the Back Cover
- Addresses querying, reading from, and writing to files
- Explores streams, file systems, networking, and automated unit testing
- Details how to read and write streams of data
- Zeroes-in on building TCP and HTTP servers and clients
- Reviews using datagrams, testing and debugging modules, and controlling the callback flow
- Shows how to develop real-time web applications using Connect, Express, and Socket.IO
- Walks you through connecting to MySQL, CouchDB, and MongoDB
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About the Author
Pedro Teixeira is a prolific open-source programmer and author of many Node.js modules. He is a founding partner of The Node Firm and a senior programmer at Nodejitsu Inc., the leading Node.js platform-as-a-service provider. He is also the author of the popular Node Tuts screencasts.
Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real-world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I was looking for help understand the following:
> Professional Node Programming Patterns
> Node for HA (High Availability)
> Insight into how to write 'Middleware' (Foundational pattern for working with ExpressJS)
> A better understanding of how to work with Request and Response objects.
This book contains little to no info on anything above.
Dive in and you'll pick up some solid node understanding in a day or 2. Also it does cover popular libraries at the appropriate time. I highly recommend this book to anyone coming to node for the first time.
and covers the Core API, how to fo File Processing, Streams and Networking, how to build Web Applications
and connect to databases like MongoDB, MySQL, CouchDB etc.
It specifically covers about event driven programming on the Server Side, using buffers to encode/decode binary data,
how to do event binding, creating and controlling external processes, building TCP Servers, HTTP Servers, HTTP Client,
securing using HTTPS, using Express.JS, SOCKET.IO etc.
The book is easy to read and very understandable.