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作       者:Mithun Satheesh

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出版时间:2015-10-30

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Build an interactive and full-featured web application from scratch using Node.js and MongoDBAbout This BookConfigure your development environment to use Node.js and MongoDBUse Node.js to connect to a MongoDB database and perform data manipulationsA practical guide with clear instructions to design and develop a complete web application from start to finish Who This Book Is For This book is designed for JavaScript developers of any skill level that want to get up and running using Node.js and MongoDB to build full-featured web applications. A basic understanding of JavaScript and HTML is the only requirement for this book.What You Will LearnConfigure your development environment to use Node.js and MongoDBWrite and configure a web server using Node.js powered by the Express.js frameworkBuild dynamic HTML pages using the Handlebars template enginePersist application data using MongoDB and Mongoose ODMTest your code using automated testing tools such as the Mocha frameworkDeploy the development environment to the cloud using services such as Heroku, Amazon Web Services, and Microsoft AzureExplore Single-Page application frameworks to take your web applications to the next level In Detail Node.js and MongoDB are quickly becoming one of the most popular tech stacks for the web. Powered by Google's V8 engine, Node.js caters to easily building fast, scalable network applications while MongoDB is the perfect fit as a scalable, high-performance, open source NoSQL database solution. Using these two technologies together, web applications can be built quickly and easily and deployed to the cloud with very little difficulty. The book will begin by introducing you to the groundwork needed to set up the development environment. Here, you will quickly run through the steps necessary to get the main application server up and running. Then you will see how to use Node.js to connect to a MongoDB database and perform data manipulations. From here on, the book will take you through integration with third-party tools for interaction with web apps. It then moves on to show you how to use controllers and view models to generate reusable code that will reduce development time. Toward the end of the book, we will cover tests to properly execute the code and some popular frameworks for developing web applications. By the end of the book, you will have a running web application developed with MongoDB and Node.js along with it's popular frameworks.Style and approach An easy guide to Node.js and MongoDB, which will quickly introduce you to the relevant concepts by taking you through the different steps involved in building a full-fledged web application.
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Web Development with MongoDB and NodeJS Second Edition

Table of Contents

Web Development with MongoDB and NodeJS Second Edition

Credits

About the Authors

About the Reviewers

www.PacktPub.com

Support files, eBooks, discount offers, and more

Why subscribe?

Free access for Packt account holders

Preface

What this book covers

What you need for this book

Who this book is for

Conventions

Reader feedback

Customer support

Downloading the example code

Errata

Piracy

Questions

1. Welcome to JavaScript in the Full Stack

A short introduction to Node.js

The advantage that the V8 engine brings in

Node.js is single threaded!

Non-blocking asynchronous execution

npm – the Node Package Manager

Sharing and reusing JavaScript

Not just for building web servers!

Real-time web application with Socket.io

Networking and file IO

The origin of io.js

A simple server with Node.js

When to use Node.js?

The NoSQL movement

A short introduction to MongoDB

Features of MongoDB

Node and MongoDB in the wild

What to expect from this book

Summary

2. Getting Up and Running

Installing Node.js

Mac OS X

Windows

Linux

Testing whether Node.js is installed properly

Online documentation

Installing MongoDB

Mac OS X installation instructions

Windows 7 / Windows 8 installation instructions

Linux installation instructions

Confirming successful MongoDB installation

Bookmark the online documentation

Writing your first app

Creating the sample application

Getting the dependent modules in place

Adding the application code

Understanding the code

Launching the sample app

Checking the actual database

Summary

3. Node and MongoDB Basics

A JavaScript primer

Syntax basics

Data types

Understanding the scope of variables

Operators and flows

Understanding objects

Understanding arrays

Understanding functions

Anonymous functions and callbacks

JSON

The basics of Node.js

Event-driven

Asynchronous execution

The module system

The Node.js core

Installing modules using npm

The basics of MongoDB

The Mongo shell

Inserting data

Querying

Updating data

Deleting data

Additional resources

Summary

4. Introducing Express

Web application frameworks

What is Express.js?

Building a complete web application

Designing the web application

Organizing the files

Creating the application's entry point

Booting up the application

Using and understanding middleware

The configure module

Activating the configure module

Routers and controllers

Custom middleware

Handlebars as view engines

Summary

5. Templating with Handlebars

Templating engines

Server-side and client-side templating

Client-side templating

Server-side templating

Views

Layouts

Partial views

The basics of Handlebars

Binding an object to the template

Embedding presentation logic

Handlebars helpers

Global helpers

View-specific helpers

Rendering the views

Summary

6. Controllers and View Models

Controllers

View models

Updating the home controller

Updating the image controller

Displaying an image

Uploading an image

Helpers for reusable code

The sidebar module

The stats module

The images module

The comments module

Testing the sidebar implementation

Iterating on the UI

Summary

7. Persisting Data with MongoDB

Using MongoDB with Node.js

Connecting to MongoDB

Inserting a document

Retrieving a document

Introducing Mongoose

Schemas

Models

Built-in validation

Static methods

Virtual properties

Connecting with Mongoose

Defining the schemas and models

The models index file

Adding CRUD to the controllers

The home controller

The image controller

Index – retrieving an image model

Create – inserting an image model

Testing everything out so far

The Like button and updating an image model

Comment – inserting a comment model

Wrapping it up

Helpers

Introducing the async module

The comments helper

The sidebar helper

Troubleshooting

The stats helper

The popular images helper

Iterating by adding an image removal capability

Adding a route

Adding a controller handler

Updating the Handlebars image page template

Updating jQuery

Refactoring and improvements

Summary

8. Creating a RESTful API

What is an API?

What is a RESTful API?

Introducing Postman REST Client

Installation instructions

A quick tour of Postman REST Client

Using the JSONView Chrome extension

Creating a basic API server

Creating sample JSON data

Responding to GET requests

Receiving data – POST and PUT requests

Removing data – DELETE

Consuming external APIs from Node.js

Consuming an API endpoint using request

Summary

9. Testing Your Code

The tools of the trade

Running tests with the Mocha framework

Asserting tests with Chai.js

Getting started with Chai

Spies and stubs with Sinon.js

Stubbing node modules with Proxyquire

Writing and running your first test

Writing a test helper

Testing the application

Testing the routes

Testing the server

Testing a model

Testing a controller

Spy and stub everything!

Summary

10. Deploying with Cloud-Based Services

Cloud versus traditional hosting

Infrastructure as a Service versus Platform as a Service

An introduction to Git

Deploying your application

Nodejitsu

Heroku

Amazon Web Services

Create a MongoLab account and database

Create and configure the AWS environment

Microsoft Azure

Digital Ocean

Summary

11. Single-Page Applications with Popular Frontend Frameworks

What is a Single-Page Application?

Why use a frontend framework?

The TodoMVC project

Backbone.js

Ember.js

AngularJS

Frontend development tools

Automated build task managers

Dependency management

Modularity

HTML template-rendering engines

CSS transpiling

Testing and test-driven development

PhantomJS headless browser

Summary

12. Popular Node.js Web Frameworks

Koa

Meteor

Sails

Hapi

Flatiron

Summary

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