Learning Single-page Web Application Development

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Learn
  • Streamline your development work with Bower, Yeoman, and Grunt.js
  • Configure an AngularJS application using modules
  • Test AngularJS applications with Karma and Protractor
  • Create a conference web application
  • Start from scratch and refactor your applications using Yo Express generator
  • Use the new features of Express 4 such as Router, static middleware, and more
  • Set up user authentication and store sessions with Passport
About

Learning Single-page Web Application Development is a journey through application development using the MEAN stack with JavaScript  on the server side and client side, covering concepts such as RESTful, authentication and session on SPA. You will build large-scale applications. You will use a JavaScript environment with Node.js on the server, MongoDB as the database, and AngularJS on the frontend.

Everything is integrated with the Bower dependency manager, Yeoman, and other modern tools to speed up your development process. You will deploy your application to the cloud and learn how to prepare your directory structure to scale and grow.

Learning Single-page Web Application Development will give you an overview of AngularJS and RESTful APIs, and guide you in learning how to leverage single page development tools to create efficient and effective applications.

Features
  • Deal with user authentication on single page web application.
  • Test with Karma and Protractor
  • Continuous deployment with automated tools
Page Count 214
Course Length 6 hours 25 minutes
ISBN 9781783552092
Date Of Publication 24 Dec 2014

Authors

Fernando Monteiro

Fernando Monteiro is a full-stack engineer, speaker, and open source contributor. He has built and made some of his personal projects open source such as Responsive Boilerplate, Frontend Boilerplate, Angm-Generator, and TrelloMetrics.

With around 16 years of experience in information technology, his current focus is on weband mobile enterprise JavaScript applications.

He has worked as graphic designer for various companies and products, including mobile applications.