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It is more or less the de facto API for writing web applications on top of Node. It focuses on high performance and supports robust routing, and HTTP helpers redirection, caching, etc.
In addition, Express comes with a multitude of easy to use HTTP utility methods, functions and middleware, thus enabling developers to easily and quickly write robust APIs. Several popular Node. It is designed for real-time bidirectional event-based communication.
It comes with support for auto-reconnection, disconnection detection, binary, multiplexing, and rooms. It has a simple and convenient API and works on every platform, browser or device focusing equally on reliability and speed.
JS Third on the list is Meteor. It is compatible with the web, iOS, Android, or desktop. It integrates key collections of technologies for building connected-client reactive applications, a build tool, and a curated set of packages from the Node.
JS Koa. It employs promises and async functions to rid apps of callback hell and simplify error handling.
In those sad moments, I was flat out miserable and often had to read the source code for the lack of a good documentation and examples. I wish I had Pro Express.
And maybe even become a go-to-guy or a go-to-girl in your team for Express-related questions. What if you already know and use Express.
Even if you consider yourself an advanced Node. This means he knows how to write code and how to document that code properly. The goal is to teach you how to create a build cycle on the MEAN stack that works and scales.
Note the author does not strictly stick to Angular and he actually uses Handlebars for templating. So this book is not the best title for a complete MEAN stack. The book spans about pages and teaches in a linear fashion helping you create a fully-functional social networking app.
Jeff also teaches you how to properly architect and structure your project from start to finish. He covers the Gulp. Each chapter covers a lot so the book moves fast.
But you can find all the related code for free on GitHub and even search Google for any problems you bump into. This book is a powerful resource for anyone who likes learning through hands-on lessons and technical problem solving. Express in Action Lastly I wanted to include an Express.