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AngularJS makes it easy to learn and easy to use. Any time spent I constantly see development teams avoid using AngularJS because of its perceived steep. With AngularJS, you can quickly build client-side applications that run well on any desktop or mobile platform, using REST web services for backend processes . Learning AngularJS: A Guide to AngularJS Development [Ken Williamson] on cittadelmonte.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. With AngularJS, you can.
With AngularJS, you can quickly build client-side applications that run well on any desktop or mobile platform, using REST web services for backend processes. This practical guide provides a hands-on approach to learning AngularJS that will have you building. This practical guide provides a hands-on approach to learning AngularJS that will have you building high-quality applications and websites in no time. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jun 17, Anton Antonov rated it really liked it Shelves: Up and Running by Shyam Seshadri.
This way I think that anyone who reads the review, may get a better idea of the pros and cons. It starts by getting some things clear on how Angular works, but this may also potentially introduce too much information for the reader at once. Up and Running does it the other way around by sequentially and in-depth introducing concepts.
Learning AngularJS: A Guide to AngularJS Development
Showing routing and html5 mode right from the start, why? I think it's too soon. I also found some mistakes in the provided diagrams on how MVC works. After model it actually would jump back to the controller and only afterwards go to the view.
My biggest issue with the book is that the directives chapter barely touched the surface on AngularJS directives. Even though they're the most important part to understand. Explanation on the AngularJS life cycles? Initial, digest and directives ones? Also a very crucial thing to know. Learning AngularJS is much more practical.
After you read the whole book you'll know how to handle different scenarios, while Up and Running will give you greater in-depth knowledge on AngularJS, but not the practical one how to solve say.. Last but not least, by the end of Learning AngularJS you'll have your own project that you can extend more to your likings and gain more knowledge, while Up and Running will just give you good foundations with no project to show.
It leaves it all in your hand to get something done with all the in-depth knowledge.
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My verdict is that I favour LearningAngularJS for it's practical nature and getting a personal project out as fast as possible. This will give the reader a confidence boost and more motivation to write AngularJS. However he'll soon face issues due to not understanding AngularJS well. Then he should definitely read AngularJS: Up and Running to fill the gaps. Feb 25, Sonja rated it it was ok Shelves: High-level, preachy, and largely syntactically, not semantically, useful.
Good as an overview of the framework but that's about it. May 15, Alvaro Silva rated it liked it.
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Lots of code with little explanation. Could be better. Jan 31, Bryant rated it liked it. This isn't a terrible introduction to an older version of AngularJS. While really basic, there is some good advice on structuring modern web applications as well as unit and end-to-end testing guidance. Because of the additive nature of the code samples, which grow quite long by the time one reaches the end, the entire book can be read in just a few hours.
Jun 13, Alexey Nikolaenko rated it liked it. Not the best reading on AngularJS. However, has broad introduction to other web dev topics.
Most of the parts can be skipped. Madalin Ignisca rated it liked it Sep 20, Deena Katma rated it liked it Mar 11, Shaun rated it really liked it Feb 07, Vijayakrishna Pondala rated it liked it Jun 22, Tim Speevack rated it liked it Jan 19, Pavel rated it it was ok Jun 30, Esteban Segura Benavides rated it it was amazing Jan 12, Samuel Carreira rated it it was ok Nov 04, Diovane Monteiro rated it really liked it Jan 05, Andrea Samorini rated it really liked it May 25, Ramon Davila rated it it was amazing Apr 21, Learn AngularJS best practices , such as testing, code organization, and how to structure your app for performance.
We'll walk through practical, common examples of how to implement complete components of your applications. The book is constantly updated with the latest tips and tricks of Angular.
Don't worry about being out-of-date, this book covers the latest version. You'll get access to all updates, for free. The book takes you from knowing nothing to full Angular expert.
It covers just about every aspect of the Angular framework there is and takes a deep dive into the reasons behind key framework decisions. You have an excellent resource at your disposal in ng-book: The examples shown throughout this book will help you get up to speed quickly on the framework. This book is the definitive goto Angular book. It's a feature-complete guide that provides a full tour of the framework with great code samples at each step in the learning curve.
This book gives me the confidence to use AngularJS on my next real world project. Grab a sample chapter and check it out for yourself. Sign up for our mailing list and get the sample chapters for free! You'll only receive email about the book and updates. We never send spam, ever and it's easy to unsubscribe. I'm Ari Lerner, author, developer with more than 20 years of experience, and co-founder of Fullstack. I've been using AngularJS for a long time and am a recognized expert in the field.
I co-run ng-newsletter , speak at conferences , constantly produce content all about AngularJS, recently released Riding Rails with AngularJS , and teach in-person classes at Hack Reactor. I constantly speak about AngularJS and more. Check out some of my latest talks and workshops, such as Angular on Mobile , Powering physical interfaces with Angular at ngConf , and Workshop: AngularJS for beginners.
The print version of the book is available through Amazon and Createspace. I would like to thank you for writing the only meaningful book in the AngularJS space. I have so far bought all the books, and yours is the only one that I am able to follow. Thank you very much for your effort. Page 89 never use raw scope values, always in a model object or array has likely already saved hours of headaches, having the book pay for itself.
Been working on some angular projects with the help of your book and articles. Couldn't have done it without your great articles. Thanks for producing this material. I've spent countless hours combing the web, reading existing books, and watching a million tutorials to get up speed on angular, so it's nice to find such a comprehensive resource.
I just finished watching the 2: That three hours is pure solid gold. It's the best video overview of Angular I've seen. Thank you for it.
The upgrade price to get it was worth every penny. Great job on the book! I have found it to be the best software book I've ever purchased - easy to get started and it properly explains the concepts. As I'm just starting to use AngularJS for a business project your book is an important and valuable source for my daily work. Thank you very much for all your effort! The Testing chapter saved my lot of time when I wanted to setup my test workflow.
Thanks to your book, my test workflow is up and running very well. Thank you so much for the effort that you have put into this book. I'm really getting into it and enjoying the content and style in which you have written it. I can tell ngbook will become the definitive guide to Angular. A big thank you from thinkful engineering!
First of all, I want to say thank you for making this book. I'm enjoying reading it and I'm learning so much about AngularJS. The chapters I studied so far are excellent. I got a lot of insight from the security chapter. You guys did a very good job on explaining everything in great detail but also very fluent. Don't know, how to translate it correctly:
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