- Tapa blanda: 368 páginas
- Editor: Packt Publishing (31 de marzo de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1783289694
- ISBN-13: 978-1783289691
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
CoffeeScript Application Development Cookbook (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 31 mar 2015
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Mike Hatfield has over 25 years of experience in developing custom business solutions for a variety of clients and industries. With a focus on the ever-expanding Web, Mike has crafted hundreds of web-based applications while spending the last couple of years developing business solutions for the mobile web. He is the chief technology officer at Nicom IT Solutions Inc., a large independent IT consulting firm based in Halifax, Canada. As the CTO, Mike remains on the lookout for emerging trends in the development industry to identify new opportunities for his clients. With his wife, Tracy, and their three children, Chris, Jason, and Jennifer, he lives a quiet suburban life while continually learning new technologies and satisfying his love of horror movies.
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You will start working with the basics of Coffeescript and particularities of the language. You'll be learning why it gives you the power to write more with less. Then, when you are ready to work with it, you might wonder how can you use it with some of the most important frameworks and tools. No problem, you will learn how to use Coffeescript with Backbone.js, JQuery and AngularJS. Also the book covers how to deal with client libraries for Redis, Mongo and Couchdb and how can you create mobile applications with Apache Cordova and Kendo. Then, you will see a little about writing application services, useful scripts for devops and how to test your applications with Mocha, Sinon and QUnit.
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The text in "CoffeeScript Application Development Cookbook" is generally easy to read and flows well. There are a few typos, but most of them are easy to see what was intended and don't detract from understanding the content being presented. The book's screen snapshots illustrate the concepts well. The code listings tend to be short and focused on the recipe at hand. They are black text on white background with no color syntax and no line numbers in the electronic version of the book I reviewed.
This book is a practical guide, filled with many step-by-step examples of using CoffeeScript for all aspects of building our software.
This book begins by looking at the fundamentals and getting our tools ready to be productive CoffeeScript developers. Next, it will demonstrate how to use CoffeeScript to create our application layers, including the user interface, database, and backend services layer, followed by investigating various options to test and host our applications. Finally, we will look at ways CoffeeScript can be used by the DevOps to help automate their day-to-day tasks.
If you like developing applications that can be run on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices without learning platform-specific languages, this is the book for you.
You should know that “transpiled” CoffeeScript code and “transpiled” ECMAScript 2015 code are very similar, and thanks to this it is nice to work with coffeescript. And it’s a good reason to learn CoffeeScript : ECMAScript 2015 is inspired by it, so CoffeeScript is a serious language, and it already runs everywhere (browser, server, …).
The book “CoffeeScript Application Development Cookbook” is probably the most complete book about this subject. Indeed, it deals with:
- front-side development : CoffeeScript is framework agnostic, so you can use it with jQuery, Angular, Backbone and even Kendo UI.
- server-side development with Nodejs : you’ll find paragraphs about working with Redis, MongoDB, CouchDB and even SQLite, RESTful webservices with Express and CoffeeScript, ...
This book deals with many other subjects (Testing, Hosting, Shell, …). It’s really complete, especially if you want to get an overall view of the subject and all its aspects.