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  • Today's mobile devices have GPS and standard APIs to give you access to coordinates—but what can you do with that data? With this concise book, application developers learn how to work with location data quickly and easily, using Node.js, CouchDB, and other open source tools and libraries. Node.js makes it simple to run event code on the Web, and the CouchDB document-oriented database lets you store location data and perform complex queries on it quickly.

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  • CoffeeScript Programming with jQuery, Rails, and Node.js Learn CoffeeScript programming with the three most popular web technologies around Michael Erasmus All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, without the prior written permission of the publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embedded in critical articles or reviews. Every effort has been made in the preparation of this book to ensure the accuracy of the information presented.

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  • earn CoffeeScript, a small and elegant language that compiles to JavaScript and will make your life as a web developer better. Explore the syntax of the language and see how it improves and enhances JavaScript. Build three example applications in CoffeeScript step by step.

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  • If you’re an experienced PHP developer, you already have a head start on learning how to write Node.js code. In this book, author Daniel Howard demonstrates the remarkable similarities between the two languages, and shows you how to port your entire PHP web application to Node.js. By comparing specific PHP features with their Node counterparts, you’ll also discover how to refactor and improve existing PHP 4 or PHP 5 source code.

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  • Node.js is a powerful and popular new framework for writing scalable network programs using JavaScript. This no nonsense book begins with an overview of Node.js and then quickly dives into the code, core concepts, and APIs. In-depth coverage pares down the essentials to cover debugging, unit testing, and flow control so that you can start building and testing your own modules right away.

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  • IN 1995, WHEN I WAS IN MY SECOND YEAR IN COLLEGE, I was introduced to UNIX network programming. In C, you could create sockets to open TCP connections to servers and code the servers that accepted these connections. I remember the excitement I felt the fi rst time I created a TCP server: I could accept connections and receive and send messages on them. If I wanted my server to accept many concurrent connections, the common solution was to use threads, and soon I had created my fi rst multi-threaded TCP server.

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  • uild an application from backend to browser with Node.js, and kick open the doors to real-time event programming. With this hands-on book, you’ll learn how to create a social network application similar to LinkedIn and Facebook, but with a real-time twist. And you’ll build it with just one programming language: JavaScript. If you’re an experienced web developer unfamiliar with JavaScript, the book’s first section introduces you to the project’s core technologies: Node.js, Backbone.js, and the MongoDB data store.

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  • One of the difficulties I had when trying to learn Node.js was how to get started. The references that I found either dealed with quasi-academic topics such as data grams and event emitters, or else myopically focused on a topic without regard for the big picture. This book takes you through the complete process of building an application in Node.js. It starts with the canonical “Hello World” example, and goes on to build a real-time web application capable of sending trading information to thousands of connected clients. What make Node.

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  • Originally devised to enhance web pages in Netscape 2.0, JavaScript is now faced with being a single-threaded language in a multimedia, multitasking, multicore world. Yet JavaScript has not only persevered since 1995, it’s thrived. One after the other, potential rivals in the browser—Flash, Silverlight, and Java applets, to name a few—have come and (more or less) gone.

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