Crystal Programming: A project-based introduction to building efficient, safe, and readable web and CLI applications
Author: George Dietrich and Guilherme Bernal
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：Packt Publishing (May 27, 2022)
pages 页数：356 pages
The ultimate guide to Crystal programming covering all its fundamental concepts such as OOP and concurrent programming to help you write readable and safe code and build fast applications
The book uses an example-based approach for a better demonstration of the underlying concepts
Develop a thorough appreciation of the roles of the macro API and annotations
Leverage supportive tools – spec, documentation, deployment, and automation
Crystal is a programming language with a concise and user-friendly syntax, along with a seamless system and a performant core, reaching C-like speed. This book will help you gain a deep understanding of the fundamental concepts of Crystal and show you how to apply them to create various types of applications.
This book comes packed with step-Author:-step explanations of essential concepts and practical examples. You’ll learn how to use Crystal’s features to create complex and organized projects relying on OOP and its most common design patterns. As you progress, you’ll gain a solid understanding of both the basic and advanced features of Crystal. This will enable you to build any application, including command-line interface (CLI) programs and web applications using IOs, concurrency and C bindings, HTTP servers, and the JSON API.
Author: the end of this programming book, you’ll be equipped with the skills you need to use Crystal programming for building and understanding any application you come across.
What you will learn
Explore how Crystal combines the merits of other languages
Understand how to leverage existing C libraries without writing any C
Focus on zero-cost abstractions with compile-time macros
Use an example-based approach to demonstrate language features
Develop a variety of Crystal applications, such as web and CLI apps
Gain an understanding of the macro API and annotations