- Tapa blanda: 316 páginas
- Editor: Packt Publishing (25 de septiembre de 2014)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1783984481
- ISBN-13: 978-1783984480
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Building Scalable Apps with Redis and Node.Js (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 25 sep 2014
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Joshua Johanan: Thanks for writing this masterpiece!
It provides both the development and the code to test the progress.
Something should be said about ORMs and relational alternatives to store the data.
The first mistake is that the author built the Express template by hand. You can easily generate an Express template from the command line. Second problem, he tried to include deprecated modules such as Connect. Third problem, the author made the code needlessly complicated from the beginning instead of building the chat application and gradually re-factoring and building custom modules. When building something, I am of the opinion that you start small and expand instead of starting big and expecting everything will work. Fourth, some of the code has simple syntax errors. Finally, I can't get Redis to run with the code the author supplied. With points 2, 4 and 5 I had to go out of my way to find a solution which actually worked. And as kind of a extra negative, the author uses JQuery instead of a more modern client-side structural framework such as Angular.JS.
Yet another book where the author clearly knows how to code but doesn't know how to write a good book to teach coding. To be fair, a lot of it may have to do with the editor not doing their job and checking the code. There is some good stuff in here for sure, but be ready to deal with a lot of needless headaches.