Programming JavaScript Applications

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254 pages

Book Description

Take advantage of JavaScript’s power to build robust web-scale or enterprise applications that are easy to extend and maintain. By applying the design patterns outlined in this practical book, experienced JavaScript developers will learn how to write flexible and resilient code that’s easier—yes, easier—to work with as your code base grows.

JavaScript may be the most essential web , but in the real world, JavaScript applications often break when you make changes. With this book, author Eric Elliott shows you how to add client- and server-side features to a large JavaScript application without negatively affecting the of your code.

  • Examine the anatomy of a large-scale JavaScript application
  • Build modern with the capabilities of desktop applications
  • Learn best practices for code organization, modularity, and reuse
  • Separate your application into different layers of responsibility
  • Build efficient, self-describing hypermedia APIs with Node.js
  • Test, integrate, and deploy updates in rapid cycles
  • Control resource with user authentication and authorization
  • Expand your application’s reach through internationalization

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. The JavaScript Revolution
Chapter 2. Functions
Chapter 3. Objects
Chapter 4. 
Chapter 5. Separation of Concerns
Chapter 6. Access Control
Chapter 7. Logging
Chapter 8. Building RESTful APIs
Chapter 9. Feature Toggle
Chapter 10. Internationalization
Appendix A. JavaScript Style Guide

Book Details

  • Title: Programming JavaScript Applications
  • Author:
  • Length: 254 pages
  • Edition: 1
  • Language: English
  • Publisher:
  • Publication Date: 2014-07-24
  • ISBN-10: 1491950293
  • ISBN-13: 9781491950296
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