The Complete Developer (No Starch Press)
Monday, 15 April 2024

With the subtitle, "Master the Full Stack with TypeScript, React, Next.js, MongoDB, and Docker" this book is a  hands-on, beginner-friendly approach to developing complete web applications from the ground up, using JavaScript and its most popular frameworks. Martin Krause goes from a React-driven frontend to a fully fleshed-out backend with Mongoose, MongoDB, and a complete set of REST and GraphQL APIs, and back again through the whole Next.js stack.

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The book’s step-by-step recipes show how to build a web server with Express.js, create custom API routes, deploy applications via self-contained microservices, and add a reactive, component-based UI.

Author: Martin Krause
Publisher: No Starch Press
Date: March 2024
Pages: 344
ISBN: 978-1718503281
Print: 1718503288
Kindle: B0BZH15BDB
Audience: JavaScript developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: JavaScript

Topics covered:

  • Work with modern JavaScript syntax, TypeScript, and the Next.js framework
  • Simplify UI development with the React library
  • Extend your application with REST and GraphQL APIs
  • Manage your data with the MongoDB NoSQL database
  • Use OAuth to simplify user management, authentication, and authorization
  • Automate testing with Jest, test-driven development, stubs, mocks, and fakes

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