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Node.js Design Patterns Paperback – December 30, 2014
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The book starts with an explanation of the fundamental principles of node and of how asynchronous tasks run in node. The book then covers different patterns for writing asynchronous code. Next, streams are explained. For me, these early chapters were extremely useful as asynchronous code and streams are quite new to me and often cause some problems. The other chapters cover design patterns in node, node modules, scaling node apps and messaging and integration patterns.
What can I say, this is a must for anyone writing code in node. Everything in the book, including the code examples, are very useful in practice. Although the examples are not unnecessarily complex, I found that reading the book required quite a lot of attention. This may be in part due to the fact that I am new to node, but the book is definitely quite dense in many parts. I think that it is therefore a good idea to either bang out the example codes yourself or at least download them from the publisher's site and go through the code files with a lot of thought.
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this is a must read for any developer who use node.js.Read more
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