JavaScript Three-Tier Architectures in AWS with React, Node and MongoDB (Blue Sky Productions)
Monday, 14 March 2022

This book shows to utilize JavaScript to build a real world three-tier architecture that is hosted in AWS cloud platform services. Eric Bush looks at the fundamentals of a database tier, a services tier and how to build a UI tier web application, based on the three main frameworks of React, Node/Express and MongoDB. The book combines new content presented with plenty of depth and additional topics to form a single resource.

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Author: Eric Bush
Publisher: Blue Sky Productions
Date: March 2022
Pages: 370
ISBN: 978-0997196696
Print: 0997196696
Kindle: B09V1QVN9F
Audience: JavaScript developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: JavaScript

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