All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale How do you turn raw, unprocessed, or malformed data into dynamic, interactive web visualizations? In this practical book, author Kyran Dale shows data scientists and analysts--as well as Python and JavaScript developers--how to create the ideal toolchain for the job. By providing engaging examples and stressing hard-earned best practices, this guide teaches you how to leverage the power of best-of-breed Python and JavaScript libraries. Python provides accessible, powerful, and mature libraries for scraping, cleaning, and processing data. And while JavaScript is the best language when it comes to programming web visualizations, its data processing abilities can't compare with Python's. Together, these two languages are a perfect complement for creating a modern web-visualization toolchain.  This book gets you started. You'll learn how to: Obtain data you need programmatically, using scraping tools or web APIs: Requests, Scrapy, Beautiful Soup Clean and process data using Python's heavyweight data processing libraries within the NumPy ecosystem: Jupyter notebooks with pandas+Matplotlib+Seaborn Deliver the data to a browser with static files or by using Flask, the lightweight Python server, and a RESTful API Pick up enough web development skills (HTML, CSS, JS) to get your visualized data on the web Use the data you've mined and refined to create web charts and visualizations with Plotly, D3, Leaflet, and other libraries
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All Indian Reprints of Rheinwerk are printed in Grayscale If you’re developing server-side JavaScript applications, you need Node.js! Start with the basics of the Node.js environment: installation, application structure, and modules. Then follow detailed code examples to learn about web development using frameworks like Express and Nest. Learn about different approaches to asynchronous programming, including RxJS and data streams. Details on peripheral topics such as testing, security, performance, and more make this your all-in-one daily reference for Node.js!
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All Indian Reprints of Rheinwerk are printed in Grayscale Begin your JavaScript journey with this comprehensive, hands-on guide. You’ll learn everything there is to know about professional JavaScript programming, from core language concepts to essential client-side tasks. Build dynamic web applications with step-by-step instructions and expand your knowledge by exploring server-side development and mobile development. Work with advanced language features, write clean and efficient code, and much more!
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All Indian Reprints of Sitepoint are printed in Grayscale Node.js: Novice to Ninja is your hands-on guide to learning everything needed to build a professional web application using Node.js, the hugely popular open-source, cross-platform, back-end JavaScript runtime environment. You'll start off by getting familiar with the basics - installation and building your first apps - before moving onto more advanced concepts, including debugging, asynchronous programming, using Express.js, working with databases, deployment, and more.
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Traditionally, JavaScript has been a single-threaded language. Nearly all online forum posts, books, online documentation, and libraries refer to the language as single threaded. Thanks to recent advancements in the language--such as the Atomics and SharedArrayBuffers objects and Web Workers in the browser--JavaScript is now a multi-threaded language.
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale React helps you create and work on an app in just a few minutes. But learning how to put all the pieces together is hard. How do you validate a form? Or implement a complex multistep user action without writing messy code? How do you test your code? Make it reusable? Wire it to a backend? Keep it easy to understand? The React Cookbook delivers answers fast.
AuthorDavid Griffiths Author 2Dawn Griffiths
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Why reinvent the wheel every time you run into a problem with JavaScript? This cookbook is chock-full of code recipes for common programming tasks, along with techniques for building apps that work in any browser. You'll get adaptable code samples that you can add to almost any project--and you'll learn more about JavaScript in the process.
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Given the demand for AI and the ubiquity of JavaScript, TensorFlow.js was inevitable. With this Google framework, seasoned AI veterans and web developers alike can help propel the future of AI-driven websites. In this guide, author Gant Laborde (Google Developer Expert in machine learning and the web) provides a hands-on end-to-end approach to TensorFlow.js fundamentals for a broad technical audience that includes data scientists, engineers, web developers, students, and researchers.
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale The JavaScript Bundle - 10 Books Set ISBN Title MRP 9788184045451 JavaScript & DHTML Cookbook, 2nd Edition ₹475.00...
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Many companies, from startups to Fortune 500 companies alike, use Node.js to build performant backend services. And engineers love Node.js for its approachable API and familiar syntax. Backed by the world's largest package repository, Node's enterprise foothold is only expected to grow. In this hands-on guide, author Thomas Hunter II proves that Node.js is just as capable as traditional enterprise platforms for building services that are observable, scalable, and resilient. Intermediate to advanced Node.js developers will find themselves integrating application code with a breadth of tooling from each layer of a modern service stack. 
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Completely revised and updated, this best-selling introduction to programming in JavaScript focuses on writing real applications. JavaScript lies at the heart of almost every modern web application, from social apps like Twitter to browser-based game frameworks like Phaser and Babylon....
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It’s clean, it’s lean—it’s the MEAN Stack With modern tools. it is possible to create a production grade, full-stack application using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript alone. The combination of Mongo DB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js has become so popular that it has earned the title MEAN stack -- the subject of this book. This book explores the MEAN stack in detail. We will begin by covering Node.js, as it will lay the groundwork for all of our server-side work. You will learn how to get Node running on your local machine as well as download modules using npm. The key aspects of the Node.js programming model will also be covered. From there, we will move on to Mongo DB, where you'll learn how to interact with Mongo from a Node application. You will also learn how to create, retrieve, update, and delete data from a Mongo store. After you have a solid grasp on Node and Mongo, the book will move on to the Express web server. We'll cover the basics of Express applications via topics like routes and middleware. Building on previous chapters, we will cover the integration of Node, Mongo, and Express. Our coverage of the MEAN stack will wrap up with several chapters on AngularJS. These chapters will cover Angular fundamentals like databinding, directives, controllers, routing, and services. In an effort to explore competing technologies, a slight introduction to Ember.js will also be provided. Full stack JavaScript is not fully encompassed by the MEAN stack. There is an entire ecosystem of JavaScript tools to learn about, and this book will introduce a few of them. We will cover task runners Gulp.js andGrunt.js which are extremely useful for automating mundane, repetitive tasks. We'll also cover JS Hint, a linting tool used to improve code quality. Linting tools analyze source code and report potentials issues - a feature that is especially useful in non-compiled languages like JavaScript.
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