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MEAN Web Development Paperback – September 25, 2014
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Amos Q. Haviv
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Another issue was going from MVC architecture toward an AngularJS frontend/Express/Node.js RESTful backend. Most developers who may have used Rails, Django, Symfony, Zend etc. will be very used to the idea of creating views and passing locals to those views from controllers. With the MEAN stack, you CAN do that, but I find thick client-RESTful API combination to be the most performant for me. This book does an excellent job of demonstrating the concepts underlying this type of more modern, more agile architecture, making it so developers from other paradigms can easily grasp.
I don't say this lightly. I own literally dozens of open-source technology books. This one stands out. Along with Node.js in Action, this is one of the best books for truly learning web development with Node, rather than simply being able to use libraries and follow examples.
Amos clearly put a lot of effort into his writing, and it shows.
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It means that is hard to find a way to use the stack for new comer like me.Read more