By Vinodh Kumar
This ebook introduces amateur builders to a number of info entry ideas for storing and retreiving info either in the community and remotely. It will give you a number absolutely operating information entry options and the perception you must be aware of whilst, and the way, to use all the innovations to top advantage.
Focussing in particular on how the home windows eight app developer can paintings with the home windows Runtime (often known as home windows RT) framework this publication offers cautious research of the various innovations you will have open to you, besides a comparision in their strengths and weaknesses below varied stipulations. With the times of a unmarried database being the ideal selection for the majority improvement tasks long past. you are going to lean that the suitable selection to your app now will depend on quite a few elements and getting it correct can be serious in your customer's finish person experience.
By the time you could have learn this booklet you'll be acquainted with the most important information entry issues it is very important evaluation as you construct you apps and you'll be in a position to optimistically pick out the information entry structure that's greatest to the app you need to construct.
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the explicit net program framework for Node moves the precise stability among a powerful framework and no framework in any respect. Many net frameworks attempt to achieve this a lot that they develop into rigid and overly advanced, having a adverse impression on either studying curve and skill to customise. convey takes a way more agnostic strategy, permitting builders a unfastened hand of their structure offerings. it's a pleasure to paintings with, and this booklet is designed not just to introduce the framework, but in addition to supply a few suggestions approximately how one can cross approximately doing issues that extra complicated (and rigid) frameworks provide.
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Written for the budding internet developer looking for a strong, inexpensive resolution for development versatile, dynamic websites. basically 3 books in a single: presents thorough introductions to the personal home page language and the MySQL database, and exhibits you ways those applied sciences should be successfully built-in to construct robust web pages.
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By then we only have the HTTP status and headers ready, which we print (lines 9 and 10). Then we bind to “data” events (line 12). These happen when we get a chunk of the response body data (line 12). This mechanism can be used to stream data from a server. As long as the server keeps sending body chunks, we keep receiving them. HTTP 48 HTTP Exercises You can checkout the solutions at the end of this book. Exercise 1 Make an HTTP server that serves files. The file path is provided in the URL like this: http://localhost:4000/path/to/my/ Exercise 2 Make an HTTP server that outputs plain text with 100 new-line separated unix timestamps every second.
The file path is provided in the URL like this: http://localhost:4000/path/to/my/ Exercise 2 Make an HTTP server that outputs plain text with 100 new-line separated unix timestamps every second. Exercise 3 Make an HTTP server that saves the request body into a file. Exercise 4 Make a script that accepts a file name as first command line argument and uploads this file into the server built on the previous exercise. Streams Node has a useful abstraction: Streams. More specifically, two very useful abstractions: Read Streams and Write Streams.
Listen(4000); Here we are giving up the intermediary variables for storing the http module (since we only need to call it once) and the server (since we only need to make it listen on port 4000). createServer function accepts a callback function that will be invoked on every request. end function can accept a string or buffer which it will send to the client before ending the request. ServerRequest object When listening for “request” events, the callback gets one of these objects as the first argument.