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This book was given in exchange review of oreilly blogger program.
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Address the trending topic of the cloud computing, showing how in particular to deploy your application on amazon cloud.
Well written, have it in your library as a guide or just to know more about the world of virtualization.
Not only that, but it is also explaining the MapReduce paradigm using the Amazon infrastructure.
Everybody knows Hadoop, right? Well, EMR is the Amazon PaaS to deploy your mapreduce app.
I recommend it for people who want to understand the modern application and the MapReduce real examples.
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This book was given to review in exchange by O'Reilly.
This the first edition of what is starting to be most important web development nowadays.
I wanted to read about the subject because i will need to do a project in the near future and have to decide whether or not the app should be
Native apps, built for a specific platform with the platform SDK (which is isn´t totally free). Mobile Web apps are
server-side apps, built with any server-side technology (PHP, Node.js,
ASP.NET) that render HTML that has been styled so that it renders well
on a device form factor. This solution is a steep harder developpment curve than the previous one.
And the Hybrid apps, like
native apps, run on the device, and are written with web technologies
abstraction layer enables access to device capabilities that are not
accessible in Mobile Web applications, such as the accelerometer, camera
and local storage.
Thinking of JQuery mobile and other libraries that really embed the app in the browser and taking full advantage of html5 to do stuff such as local storage for off-line usage! And no need to know Java, Objective-C and other SDK language related to native app. THis hybrid apps will be written -almost- once and will work in any device.
The book mentioned also a lightweight web application framework
developed for building hybrid applications that can be found in github
It even shows you how to publish it in android market, sorry, Google Play! And Amazon app store!
I would definitively recommend it but i would say that this is really a starting point. A lot of code needs to be done and tested for a complete app.
The book Interactive Data Visualization
for the Web from O'Reilly Scott Murray is very good and helpful guide to visualize your data using D3.js.
In particular, it transverse the usage of charts and histograms through severals examples.
If you are in the Bigdata business or just want to make talk your data, you should read this book.
Disclaimer: The book was given as part of the blogger review scheme from O'Reilly.