Full Stack JavaScript: Learn Backbone.js, Node.js and by Azat Mardan

By Azat Mardan

This can be a hands-on booklet which introduces you to agile JavaScript net and cellular software program improvement utilizing the most recent state-of-the-art front-end and back-end applied sciences together with: Node.js, MongoDB, Backbone.js, Parse.com, Heroku and home windows Azure.

Practical examples comprise construction a number of types of the Chat app:

  • jQuery + Parse.com JS relaxation API
  • Backbone and Parse.com JS SDK
  • Backbone and Node.js
  • Backbone and Node.js + MongoDB
  • [/list]

    The Chat software has all of the starting place of a customary web/mobile software: fetching information, exhibiting it, filing new data.

    Other examples within the publication are as follows:

    [list]

  • jQuery + Twitter RESP API “Tweet Analyzer”
  • Parse.com “Save John”
  • MongoDB “Print Collections”
  • Backbone.js “Apple Database”
  • Monk + Express.js “REST API Server”

This e-book will prevent many hours by way of delivering a hand-picked and verified choice of speedy begin courses. RPJS has useful examples that let to spend much less time studying and extra time development your personal purposes. Prototype quickly and send code that matters!

What you'll Learn:
You may still anticipate a easy realizing from a set of speedy begin courses, tutorials and recommendations for the devel0pment apps mentioned during this book.
In addition to coding examples, the e-book covers almost all setup and deployment step by step. You’ll research from the examples of Chat web/mobile functions beginning with front-end parts and by means of the top we’ll positioned front-end and back-end jointly and install to the construction environment.
Who This e-book is For:

The commonplace programmer who desires to examine extra approximately potent JavaScript coding.

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How It Works In this code, various photos are displayed using the tag. , all HTML elements with tag name as IMG), you use the "htmlElementTagName" selector. , all HTML elements are created and loaded in the browser memory), the following code is executed as a result of the document-ready event handler.

Css("color", "blue") changes the CSS color property of HTML element

    to blue. –– css("text-decoration", "underline") changes the CSS text-decoration property of the HTML element

      to underline. –– append("

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    • ") appends a new child (item) to the HTML element

        . –– css("color", "green") changes the CSS color property of the HTML element

          to green. All of this is done in one single statement. In the code example, I set the CSS color property twice to demonstrate that when chaining, method execution is performed from left to right.

          The initial attribute and property values Notice that the attribute and property value of value is the same. Now change Name: to something else (for example, to John Smith) and click the button again. Figure 2-12 shows the pop-up message when the value of the Name: field is changed and the Display Attributes and Properties button is clicked. Figure 2-12. Attribute and property value after a value is entered in the Name: field The value of the value property has changed to John Smith, but the attribute value remains unaffected.

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