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20th Anniversary eBook Series: Best of Web Development

The Web Development eBook is the next volume in our '20 Years of Linux Journal' series. Including everything from choosing the best web framework to speeding up your existing web applications, this eBook has the ideal tools for any developer creating modern web-enabled apps.

Table of Contents

SQLAlchemy
Talk to your SQL database via Python objects with SQLAlchemy.
by Reuven M. Lerner

Split Testing
Adding split testing to your Web application is easy, fun and
potentially quite profitable.
by Reuven M. Lerner

Debugging Web Sites
Dave has to fight a fire with shell scripts when he migrates his
ten-year-old Web site onto a new content management system!
by Dave Taylor

Using Django and MongoDB to Build a Blog
MongoEngine is an ORM for working with MongoDB from Python.
by Mihalis Tsoukalos

Simple Ways to Add Security to Web Development
Can't afford to lose time in code refactoring for security? Why not
make everything secure in the first place? Read on!
by Nitish Tiwari

Unicode
Support legacy data and users better by understanding Unicode.
by Reuven M. Lerner

Image Manipulation with ImageMagick
Think shell scripts can deal only with text? You'll be amazed at what
you can do as Dave begins his exploration of ImageMagick and its many
useful tricks.
by Dave Taylor

Resizing Images with ImageMagick
Sure, you can open up a graphics program like GIMP and resize an
image, but what if you want to resize 10, 50 or 200 images?
ImageMagick's convert program is just what you need.
by Dave Taylor

Easy Watermarking with ImageMagick
Script auteur Dave Taylor explores smart ways to use ImageMagick and
Bash to copyright and watermark images in bulk.
by Dave Taylor

Framing Images with ImageMagick
For the final article in his series on ImageMagick, Dave shows how to
add a fancy 3-D frame to images, resize them to fit a certain size and
add a very attractive caption, all in a quick, succinct script.
by Dave Taylor

Using MySQL's Built-in Replication
See the benefits MySQL replication can bring to your environment.
by Brian Trapp

Sidekiq
Want to speed up your Web application? Putting some tasks into the
background is likely to help.
by Reuven M. Lerner

Real-Time Messaging
Want to send messages to all the browsers connected to your site? The
pub-sub paradigm, run through Web sockets, might be just the solution.
by Reuven M. Lerner

A Shining Ruby in Production Environments
Rails, the popular Ruby framework, is straightforward in development
but hard to manage. Read on to learn how to set up Ruby hosting and
automatically deploy a Rails application.
by Fabrizio Soppelsa

Speed Up Your Web Site with Varnish
Want your Web site to respond faster and scale better? Learn how to
use Varnish to make it happen.
by Pablo Graziano

Geolocation
Standardizing addresses, finding users and customizing content are
just three ways geolocation can improve your Web applications.
by Reuven M. Lerner

Drupal Is a Framework: Why Everyone Needs to Understand This
Everyone planning and building Web solutions with Drupal benefits from
understanding what a "hook" is—and why Drupal is not a CMS.
by Diana Montalion Dupuis


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