AngularJS Essentials Book Review
I received an e-book copy of this publication for review from Packt Publishing.
This is "AngularJS Essentials" written by Rodrigo Branas.
From the front cover:
Design and construct reusable, maintainable, and modular web applications with AngularJS
With 295 pages, the book is broken into the following chapters:
- Getting started with AngularJS
- Creating Reusable Components with Directives
- Data Handling
- Dependency Injection and Services
- Unit Testing
- Automating the Workflow
There is a lot of content within these chapters, and the book itself states that it is for anyone with a passion for web development, or anyone looking for a framework that could provide a reusable, maintainable and modular way to create applications and at the same time help increase your productivity and satisfaction.
This is a good book. It's not too long, yet doesnt make you feel as if you've lost out on content. If you're new to AngularJS or if you've played around with it a little but want to experiment with some of the features or expand your understanding, then this is for you.
It goes into some detail on each section and I especially found the dependency injection chapter full of content, including services and providers, caching, promises and asynchronous content.
Title: AngularJS Essentials
Author: Rodrigo Branas
Published by Packt Publishing
Published: October 2014