Single Page Web Applications: JavaScript end-to-end: Michael Mikowski, Josh Powell: 8601200678680: Amazon: Books

  • However, what sets this book apart is that the authors argue against using a client-side MVC framework.
  • Having used several client-side MVC frameworks over the past few years, I can appreciate the stance taken by the authors.
  • As evidence of the authors’ level-headedness, consider their testing approach, detailed in Appendix B. Here, the authors write, “Node.js has many test frameworks that have years of use and refinement.
  • Since there are several reasonably mature JavaScript testing frameworks, the authors do not shy away from using them.
  • After briefly describing jasmine-jquery, mocha, nodeunit, patr, vows, and zombie, the authors decide to go with nodeunit and describe how to set up a JavaScript testing framework for their SPA.

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Summary In Single Page Web Applications you’ll learn to build modern browser-based apps that take advantage of stronger client platforms and more predictable bandwidth. You’ll learn the SPA design approach

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