AngularJS: Novice to Ninja
Publisher: SitePoint
Final Release Date: September 2014
Pages: 375

AngularJS: Novice to Ninja is your fast track route to mastering AngularJS, the superheroic JavaScript framework. AngularJS provides the fastest, most efficient way to build single page web applications.

What will I learn?

In this practical and fun-to-read book, you'll learn the fundamentals of AngularJS, such as scopes, modules and controllers. You'll then move on to more sophisticated techniques, including using directives, filters and expressions to build a full single page web application.

  • Discover the power of AngularJS's two-way data binding
  • Using AngularJS and TDD
  • Get to grips with modules, scopes, and controllers
  • Enhance your HTML with directives
  • Build a complete working single page blog application as you learn
  • And much more
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Was promising but then...

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Pros

  • Easy to understand
  • Helpful examples
  • Well-written

Cons

  • Too many errors

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    Comments about oreilly AngularJS: Novice to Ninja:

    The author has a good style and communicates some complex ideas in an easy to understand manner. Unfortunately this is let down by copious errors in the book, a lack of consistency with the source download and the book and an ability to make fixing his errors easier.

    If you are an AnglularJS beginner, then this book is *not* for you because the carelessness in the writing can be very discouraging. The problem is probably not that he can't communicate, but that you will spend too much time going over and over and over and over your code looking for your errors. The errors are unfortunately not yours but his

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    many errors in the single page blogger sample

    By Deacon Ernest Frye

    from Los Angeles, CA

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    • Not comprehensive enough
    • Too many errors

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    Comments about oreilly AngularJS: Novice to Ninja:

    I read the book and it was kind of ok till chapter 5 and when I get to chapter about single page blogger, I have found many errors that I even gave up on rectifying them. The book needs a lot of improvement and I do not recommend anyone to buy or even read it because it going to discourage you fully like me :(

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    There are better books on Angular

    By Dhuyvetter

    from Belgium

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    • Easy to understand

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    • Not comprehensive enough
    • Too many errors

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    Comments about oreilly AngularJS: Novice to Ninja:

    There are errors in the code, it lacks side notes and reference and isn't written that well. There are better books out there. I am reading this one on SitePoint's Learnable site, but I wouldn't recommend buying it.

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