| AngularJS in Action
Brian Ford and Lukas Ruebbelke
MEAP Began: March 2012
Softbound print: May 2015 (est.) | 325 pages | B&W
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Table of Contents, MEAP Chapters & Resources
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PART 1: GET ACQUAINTED WITH ANGULARJS
1 Hello AngularJS - FREE
2 Structuring your AngularJS application - AVAILABLE
PART 2: MAKE SOMETHING WITH ANGULARJS
3 Views and controllers - AVAILABLE
4 Models and services - AVAILABLE
5 Directives - AVAILABLE
6 Animations - AVAILABLE
7 Structuring your site with routes - AVAILABLE
8 Forms and validation - AVAILABLE
A Setting up Karma - AVAILABLE
B Setting up a Node.js Server - AVAILABLE
C Setting up a Firebase Server - AVAILABLE
AngularJS is an innovative web framework from Google that extends the HTML vocabulary so you can create dynamic, interactive web applications in the same way you create standard static HTML pages. Out of the box, Angular provides most of the functionality you'll need for basic apps, but you won't want to stop there. Because it's smart and intuitive, Angular practically begs you to build more interesting apps. It's easy to customize and extend, and it's designed to be readable and testable.
AngularJS in Action covers everything you need to know to get started with the AngularJS framework. As you read, you'll explore all the individual components of the framework and learn how to customize and extend them. You'll discover the emerging patterns for web application architecture and tackle required tasks like communicating with a web server back-end. Along the way, you'll see AngularJS in action by building real world applications with thoroughly-commented code.
- Get started with AngularJS
- Write your own components
- Communicating with the Server
- Best practices for application architecture
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Brian Ford studied worked on the AngularJS team and created the Batarang extension. Lukas Ruebbelke is an active contributor and frequently blogs and speaks about AngularJS.
ABOUT THE EARLY ACCESS VERSION
This Early Access version of AngularJS in Action enables you to receive new chapters as they are being written. You can also interact with the authors to ask questions, provide feedback and errata, and help shape the final manuscript on the Author Online forum.
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