By Danny Goodman
Learn how to make extra effective apps, with only one language!
* comprises a number of hands-on examples
* Explains implementation of real-time apps together with Socket. IO and HTML5, and WebSockets
* Addresses useful Node. js benefits from particular layout choices
* comprises an interactive on-line part with pattern chapters
* Explains elements of stand out apps together with brevity and benchmarks
- del.icio.us Mashups
- Building Polyfills: Web Platform APIs for the Present and Future
- JBuilder 8.0 JFC and SWING Programming
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