ng-book - The Complete Book on AngularJS

ng book The Complete Book on AngularJS Ready to master AngularJS What if you could master the entire framework with solid foundations in less time without beating your head against a wall Imagine how quickly you could work if you knew the

  • Title: ng-book - The Complete Book on AngularJS
  • Author: Ari Lerner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ready to master AngularJS What if you could master the entire framework with solid foundations in less time without beating your head against a wall Imagine how quickly you could work if you knew the best practices and the best tools Stop wasting your time searching and have everything you need to be productive in one, well organized place, with complete examples toReady to master AngularJS What if you could master the entire framework with solid foundations in less time without beating your head against a wall Imagine how quickly you could work if you knew the best practices and the best tools Stop wasting your time searching and have everything you need to be productive in one, well organized place, with complete examples to get your project up without needing to resort to endless hours of research.

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    971 thoughts on “ng-book - The Complete Book on AngularJS”

    1. You are better off reading angular documentation. While this book can benefit you by pointing out various tools and libraries, there's no intellectual gain in terms of angularjs knowledge. If you are new to this amazing framework, you'll be lost in horrific way (they just assume you know all the advanced angular terms and workflows, even though say the opposite in the introduction). If you already know your way around, you won't learn anything new (as 80% of the book is API documentation!!), and [...]


    2. В сети ходит куча лестных отзывов об этой книге, ее рекомендуют на конференциях посвященных angular.js, как одну из лучших. Но по факту, больше половины книги - это просто перечисление API angular.js с простыми примерами использования. Оставшаяся часть книги посвящена сторонним утили [...]


    3. Not a good book for beginners as it doesn't explain concepts well and assumes a lot of prior knowledge. Works OK as a companion reference to the official Angular documentation and does have some excellent examples for some more advanced topics.In general, the book is not well laid out and the topics jump around quite a bit, but you can thumb through to a particular topic for reference. Skims the surface on some subjects, while spending excessive time on others.


    4. I find that the book's lengthy theories uncoupled with little or no hands-on experience involved makes it irritatingly hard to consume. Although I might keep this book in my library merely for reference purposes, I hardly think it's worth the price tag.


    5. This book is extremely detailed when it comes to AngularJS. A good number of chapters in this book are only paragraphs in a few other books - that is how much information is packed in this book. However, beginners - this book is not for you. Try Mastering Web Application Development with AngularJS by Pawel Kozlowski, get acquainted with the basics and then pick up this book. I'm sure you'll truly appreciate Ari's efforts after that.The chapters on Events and Animation are very well explained. Th [...]


    6. I've heard so much about this book (even if it's not officially finished yet), that I had just to buy it (regardless of its price, which is well, let's say that it's pretty high).The key point is that it is really the best available resource on angular.js you can get. It's deep, it's detailed, author is not scared of looking into internals. Some of the topics I've found in that book are very, very rarely mentioned anywhere else - examples? Localization in angular.js, restangular, stagger animat [...]


    7. As a Tutorial I would recommend "Pro AngularJS" well ahead of this book. However as a reference book, I think it's better than the Angular documentation itself. Actually the more I think about it, I think the combination of the two provide a pretty solid reference. There is a complementary relationship with some overlap rather than duplication.One of the things I haven't liked about most Angular books is that you aren't going to just learn Angular, you are going to learn several different tools [...]


    8. I have to admit that this book is the most complete manual for AngularJS. I haven’t had an opportunity to read it from cover to cover, though I use it as a manual very often.Most of the topics that I’ve referred are well covered. Albeit some of the items are outdated(like a broad coverage of scenario runner which is fully replaced by Protractor) because Angular is extensively improving, it covers most of the topics you’ll ever need to know.It’s a great manual, but it’s boring. Angular [...]


    9. Okay resource on AngularJS. At times I felt like I needed more info about a certain topic and at other times I felt like the author was beating a dead horse over another topic. The docs on the AngularJS site itself are actually getting better and may even compare to the info in this book. Either way, this book is a pretty good reference to have on hand, but I'm betting I can find a better resource out there on the subject.


    10. - A LOT of the boot is pretty much dictation of the docs.- It tries to be both broad and deep, but fails at both.- There are some helpful explanations though.


    11. A pretty comprehensive guide to Angular.js plus an additional amount of other web based technologies, services, and databases.


    12. Sometimes more of an API reference than a genuine tutorial or best practices guide, ng-book is nonetheless the current gold standard for Angular.






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