AngularJS Books

AngularJS Books

AngularJS

Unraveling AngularJS 1.5: With Over 140 Complete Samples (Unraveling series) by Istvan Novak

 

  • I love this book... Actually, this is the best book I purchased for learning a new development language/package
  • The material is good. I LOVE the style this book is written in: Small, working examples.
  • If you need to learn Angular, get this book. It's clear demonstration by example.
  • Istvan does a great job of building up knowledge of Angular JS in very appropriate stages.
  • The author starts with the basics and has you create a primitive diving log application and then has you progressively improving the application while connecting that back to important concepts.
  • It is a well written book and I'd recommend it to anyone trying to learn Angular JS.

 

AngularJS: Up and Running - Enhanced Productivity with Structured Web Apps by Brad Green and Shyam Seshadri

 

  • Good for beginners
  • Very nicely written and compiled book. Best book I have come across on angular
  • Good to learn and become master in Angular
  • Very good presentation of the topic, from the ground up
  • Very informative

 

Mastering Web Application Development with AngularJS by Pawel. Kozlowski

 

  • Go for it. Both beginners and intermediate programmers
  • Very systematic and distilled contents in the book. Knowledge of basic javascript is must needed to grasp the topics properly.
  • To start, it's really a good book.
  • fantastic book for the serious learner

 

Build Your Own AngularJS by Tero Parviainen

 

  • Awesome book. It won't be exaggerating if I say, this is by far one of the best book written for intermediate javascript developer.
  • All the major component of angular fully reimplemented with step by step process ( not a code walkthrough but actual implementation ) and TDD approach just makes it more delightful to read it.
  • So far an amazing book (and I'm only through chapter one). Not only is it a great book to learn exactly how AngularJS works, but it's also a great tool to further your Javascript knowledge in general.
  • When I was learning AngularJS I bought the book ‘Build your own angular js’ by Tero Parviainen. It was priceless. If you are thinking about something like that, it will be awesome.

 

Ng-book: The Complete Book on AngularJS by Ari Lerner

 

  • Very Comprehensive and at the same time newbie friendly.
  • Have not finished this book yet, but have gotten a lot out of it so far.
  • This book is weighty, but I refer to this one first for its easy to use format and thoroughness.
  • What it does very well is organize, present and illustrate important concepts while providing prompts for you to research as needed to round out your knowledge.
  • If you take a look at the contents, you'll see that it is organized topically to make information easy to find.
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