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Is there a case study that accompanies the book so we can see a complete project in action?

Thanks Kevin.
 
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Hi Kevin,
there is no "case study" as such, but every chapter/exercise is completely executable by itself. Would you like to see an example on how to build a complex app?

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Well I would like to see a book where a non-trivial case study is done that actually works.

A lot of books I heave read either lack a project of any substance, have incomplete projects or contain projects that simply don't work, so it would be nice yes
 
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Hi Kevin,
I can see your point. My question is, what exactly would you like to see? A project , like a tiny web based bank or ebay...where you go from database to rest frontend?

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