Solr in Action, Ember.js in Action, and Node.js in Practice MEAP (Manning Early Access Program) updates + 45% savings!
“Query suggestions," "Solr Cloud," and "Working with the Solr code-base" are new to Solr in Action by Trey Grainger and Timothy Potter.
Chapters 1-9, 11,12, and 14 have been updated with revised material and the following items have been added:
"The Ember.js Run Loop – Backburner.js" is new to Ember.js in Action by Joachim Haagen Skeie
The Ember.js Run Loop is quite a unique concept to Ember.js and is one of the distinguishing features over similar frameworks like Angular or Backbone.js. Chapter 10 covers the structure of the Ember.js Run Loop, how Ember.js uses the Run Loop to propagate events through your application, and how it improves your application's performance. It also covers executing code and repeated tasks within the Run Loop. The author has also updated chapters 3-9 based on the Ember 1.0 release and a technical review.
“Networking: Node's true ‘Hello, World’” is new to Node.js in Practice by Alex Young and Marc Harter.
Chapter 7 shows you how Node’s networking modules work. You’ll learn about Datagram, DNS, HTTP, and net modules, and just in case you’re unsure about network terminology like socket, packet and protocol, it introduces key networking concepts to give you a solid foundation in network programming.