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Hands-On Web Application with Javascript Frameworks and NoSQL

Hands-On Web Application with Javascript Frameworks and NoSQL

Collective knowledge from Programmer to Programmer

The technology is transforming traditional structural data programming to non-structural one, server side work are emerging with JavaScript. So this book is a quick walk-through of some of those tools and how those are integrated...with codes hands-on. We may think this e-book as a collective starting point of some of new technologies in Web Frameworks for coming days of newcomers...
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For last few years, We have came across different client side projects, which were build tarditionally with J2ee or Other Open Source Technologies like PHP, Ruby etc. But, in year 2013, we have seen a popularity of several javascript frameworks like Anugular.js, Backbone.js which are gaining popularity in client side development due to requirement of structural framework, coding and performance enhancement in development and production environment. Also we have seen emarging of several small sized projects and start-up companies which adapt those new technologies in development. Also in 2013, emarging trends for storing non-structure data within repository - which is collectively called nosql. Now these technology trends are clearly coming with new set of tools in software which are javascript and nosql related repositories.

Now-a-days javascript is not merely used for client side validation. It offers server side development for web application as well with node.js platform. In this book, we have tried to show start-up experimentation with some of these tools. 

The book will be updated every month from February 2014 with application of new frameworks in Javascript. Reader should expect the monthly update of the book at the beginning week of the next month. So keep reading the book across the year...

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
    • Why this book?
    • What is the aim?
    • Who is the book for?
  • Starting the Web Server with Javascript
  • Javascript in OOP Way - some interesting study
  • A Simple jQuery Image Slider Plugin with minimal effects
  • Simple Bar Graph with d3.js and Prototype.js - a Javascript Class based Approach
  • Concepts in Angular.js Application Development
  • Angular.js Service and Dependency Injection
  • Angular.js $watch and $observe - a brief look
  • Angular.js Promise and Deferred Api - Implementation Explained
  • JavaScript Testing Framework - Jasmine - a quick study
  • Angular.js Tests with Jasmine
  • jQuery Plugin under Angular.js Directive - a more clean html approach
  • D3.js in Angular.js Directive - a relief from D3 svg code in HTML Page
  • Simple Bar Graph in Angular Directive with d3.js and Prototype.js – a Javascript Class based Approach
  • Simple Bar Graph in Angular Directive with d3.js and Prototype.js – Element based Directive Definition
  • Creating Google Chrome Extension to add a Custom RSS Feed Reader
  • Task List with Angular.js, HTML5 Local Storage and Decorate with Bootstrap in Google Chrome Extension
  • Preliminary Concepts of Graph Database
    • A Case Study in Graph Database in Context of Neo4j Cypher Query
  • Quick Glance at Neo4j Cypher Queries for Sample Graph Database
  • Develop Web Application with Node.js, Express.js REST Service and Neo4j (neo4j-js module)
  • A Quick Primer on MongoDB
  • Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and MongoDB (MongoJS Module)
  • Web Application with Highchart.js, Node.js, Express.js and MongoDB(Mongo-JS Module)
  • Real-time Data update with Angular.js, Node.js and Socket.io
  • Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and CouchDB (Cradle Module)
  • POST requests with Google DART, Node.js and MongoDB
  • Node.js Unit Testing with Should.js
  • Developing Java REST web applications with Backbone.js
    • Server Side -
    • Backbone.js in Client Side Javascript MVC
    • Backbone.js Router in Client Side Javascript MVC
    • Backbone.js View in Client Side Javascript MVC

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