The Hands-on MEAN Lab Manual, Volume 1

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Finding the power of MEAN (MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node) stack to build modern web application. This book helps you how to develop web application based MEAN stack with hands-on-lab approach. The book volume 1 explores how to get started with MEAN stack with several code samples. The following is highlight topics in this book:

* Preparing Development Environment

* Basic Routing

* Input and Form Handling

* Data Binding and Templates

* MongoDB Data Modeling

* Express Routes and Middleware

* Cookie and Session

* Error handling

* Building RESTful Application

* Data paging

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PE Press
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99
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English
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Agus Kurniawan
AngularJS is JavaScript framework to accelerate developer to build front-end web application. This book helps who want to learn AngularJS programming by providing sample code illustration.

**TOC**

1. Preparing Development Environment

1.1 AngularJS

1.2 Development Tools

1.3 Hello World

2. Angular Modules and Controllers

2.1 Angular Modules

2.2 Controllers

2.3 Working with Multi Controllers

2.4 Calling AngularJS Controller Data and Function from JavaScript

3. Input Validation

3.1 Angular Input

3.2 Input Validation

3.3 Disabled Button

3.4 Demo

4. Data Binding and Templates

4.1 Basic Data Binding

4.1.1 Handling Input Element

4.1.2 Select Element

4.1.3 Radio Button Element

4.14 Date Input

4.1.5 Range

4.1.6 CheckBox

4.1.7 Submit Button

4.1.8 Output Result

4.1.9 Running Application

4.2 Repeating Data

4.3 Nested Repeating Data

4.4 Filtering

5. AngularJS Services

5.1 Internal AngularJS Services

5.2 Custom AngularJS Services

6. Interacting with Server

6.1 $http Service

6.2 $http get Service

6.3 $http post Service

7. AngularJS, PHP and MySQL

7.1 AngularJS on PHP

7.2 Building Database

7.3 Building Back-End

7.3.1 Handling CRUD

7.3.2 Handling JSON

7.4 Building Front-End

7.4.1 Service and Controller

7.4.2 HTML

7.5 Testing

8. AngularJS, ASP.NET MVC and SQL Server

8.1 AngularJS on ASP.NET MVC

8.2 Building Database

8.3 Building Back-End

8.3.1 Data Model and Database Access

8.3.2 ASP.NET MVC Controller

8.4 Building Front-End

8.4.1 AngularJS Service and Controller

8.4.2 ASP.NET MVC Layout

8.4.3 ASP.NET MVC View with AngularJS

8.5 Testing

9. AngularJS, Node.js, Express and MongoDB

9.1 AngularJS on Node.js and Express

9.2 Building Database

9.3 Initializing Project

9.4 Building Back-End

9.4.1 Database Access

9.4.2 Node.js and Express

9.5 Building Front-End

9.5.1 AngularJS Service and Controller

9.5.2 HTML

9.6 Deployment

9.7 Testing

10. AngularJS, Node.js and Socket.io

10.1 Socket.io and Node.js

10.2 Initializing Project

10.3 Building Back-End

10.3.1 Generating Stock Data

10.3.2 Node.js and Socket.io

10.4 Building Front-End

10.4.1 AngularJS Controller

10.4.2 Building HTML

10.5 Deployment

10.6 Testing


Agus Kurniawan
This book is a reference to the nodejs programming language. It describes all the elements of the language and illustrates their use with code examples.

Table of Content 1. Introduction to Nodejs 1.1 Installation 1.2 Hello World 1.3 Nodejs Modules 1.4 Update Nodejs Version 2. Nodejs Programming Language 2.1 Common Rule 2.2 Declaring Variable 2.3 Assigning Variables 2.4 Comment 2.5 Arithmetic Operations 2.6 Mathematical Functions 2.7 Comparison Operators 2.8 Logical Operators 2.9 Increment and Decrement 2.10 Decision 2.10.1 if..then 2.10.2 switch..case 2.11 Iterations 2.11.1 For 2.11.2 While 3. Nodejs Collections and JSON 3.1 Array 3.1.1 Create Array Object 3.1.2 Insert Data 3.1.3 Access Data 3.1.4 Update Data 3.1.5 Remove Data 3.2 Nodejs JSON 3.2.1 Create JSON Object 3.2.2 Display Data 3.2.3 Access Data 3.2.4 Edit Data 3.3 JSON Array 3.3.1 Create JSON Array 3.3.2 Display Data 3.3.3 Access Data 3.3.4 Edit Data 3.4 Check JSON Attribute 4. File Operations 4.1 File Modules 4.2 Reading Text 4.3 Creating File 5. Functions 5.1 Creating Function 5.2 Fuction with Returning Value 5.3 Function with Parameters and Returning Value 5.4 Callback Function 6. String Operations 6.1 Concatenating Strings 6.2 String To Numeric 6.3 Numeric to String 6.4 String Parser 6.5 Check String Data Length 6.6 Copy Data 6.7 Upper and Lower Case Characters 6.8 Getting String Index 6.9 Exploring Characters 7. Building Own Module 7.1 Create Simple Module 7.2 Module Class 8. Error Handling and Logging 8.1 Error Handling 8.2 Logging 9. Events 9.1 Events Module 9.2 Getting Started 9.4 Remove Events 10. Database Programming 10.1 Database Nodejs Modules 10.2 Sqlite 10.3 MySQL 10.4 MongoDB 11. Web Application 11.1 Getting Started 11.2 Manipulating HTTP Header 11.3 Handling Page Request 11.4 Working with HTTPS 11.5 ExpressJs 11.5.1 Installation 11.5.2 Getting Started 11.5.3 Handling Page Request 11.5.4 Expressjs for HTTPS 12. Socket Programming 12.1 Socket Module 12.2 Hello World 12.3 Client/Server Socket 12.3.1 Server Socket 12.3.2 Client Socket 12.3.3 Testing 12.4 UDP Socket 12.4.1 UDP Server 12.4.2 UDP Client 12.4.3 Testing 12.5 DNS 13. Socket.io 13.1 Getting Started 13.2 Hallo World 13.3 Socket.io and ExpressJs 13.4 Real-Time Monitoring

Ash Maurya
We live in an age of unparalleled opportunity for innovation. We’re building more products than ever before, but most of them fail—not because we can’t complete what we set out to build, but because we waste time, money, and effort building the wrong product.

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Agus Kurniawan
Learn to use AWS IoT services to build your connected applications with the help of this comprehensive guide. Key Features Gets you started with AWS IoT and its functionalities Learn different modules of AWS IoT with practical use cases. Learn to secure your IoT communication Book Description

The Internet of Things market increased a lot in the past few years and IoT development and its adoption have showed an upward trend. Analysis and predictions say that Enterprise IoT platforms are the future of IoT. AWS IoT is currently leading the market with its wide range of device support SDKs and versatile management console.

This book initially introduces you to the IoT platforms, and how it makes our IoT development easy. It then covers the complete AWS IoT Suite and how it can be used to develop secure communication between internet-connected things such as sensors, actuators, embedded devices, smart applications, and so on. The book also covers the various modules of AWS: AWS Greengrass, AWS device SDKs, AWS IoT Platform, AWS Button, AWS Management consoles, AWS-related CLI, and API references, all with practical use cases.

Near the end, the book supplies security-related best practices to make bi-directional communication more secure. When you've finished this book, you'll be up-and-running with the AWS IoT Suite, and building IoT projects.

What you will learn Implement AWS IoT on IoT projects Learn the technical capabilities of AWS IoT and IoT devices Create IoT-based AWS IoT projects Choose IoT devices and AWS IoT platforms to use based on the kind of project you need to build Deploy AWS Greengrass and AWS Lambda Develop program for AWS IoT Button Visualize IoT AWS data Build predictive analytics using AWS IoT and AWS Machine Learning Who this book is for

This book is for anyone who wants to get started with the AWS IoT Suite and implement it with practical use cases. This book acts as an extensive guide, on completion of which you will be in a position to start building IoT projects using AWS IoT platform and using cloud services for your projects.

Agus Kurniawan
Discover how to build your own smart Internet of Things projects and bring a new degree of interconnectivity to your worldAbout This BookLearn how to extract and analyse data from physical devices and build smart IoT projectsMaster the skills of building enticing projects such as a neural network autonomous car, computer vision through a camera, and cloud-based IoT applicationsThis project-based guide leverages revolutionary computing chips such as Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and so onWho This Book Is For

If you are hobbyist who is keen on making smart IoT projects, then this book is for you. You should have a basic knowledge of Python.

What You Will LearnImplement data science in your IoT projects and build a smart temperature controllerCreate a simple machine learning application and implement decision system conceptsDevelop a vision machine using OpenCVBuild a robot car with manual and automatic controlImplement speech modules with your own voice commands for IoT projectsConnect IoT to a cloud-based serverIn Detail

Internet of Things (IoT) is a groundbreaking technology that involves connecting numerous physical devices to the Internet and controlling them. Creating basic IoT projects is common, but imagine building smart IoT projects that can extract data from physical devices, thereby making decisions by themselves.

Our book overcomes the challenge of analyzing data from physical devices and accomplishes all that your imagination can dream up by teaching you how to build smart IoT projects. Basic statistics and various applied algorithms in data science and machine learning are introduced to accelerate your knowledge of how to integrate a decision system into a physical device.

This book contains IoT projects such as building a smart temperature controller, creating your own vision machine project, building an autonomous mobile robot car, controlling IoT projects through voice commands, building IoT applications utilizing cloud technology and data science, and many more. We will also leverage a small yet powerful IoT chip, Raspberry Pi with Arduino, in order to integrate a smart decision-making system in the IoT projects.

Style and approach

The book follows a project-based approach to building smart IoT projects using powerful boards such as the Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and the IoT chip.

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