ISBN 9789352130702,Learning Angularjs: A Guide To Angularjs Development

Learning Angularjs: A Guide To Angularjs Development


Shroff Publishers



Shroff Publishers

Publication Year 2015

ISBN 9789352130702

ISBN-10 9352130707


Number of Pages 236 Pages
Language (English)

Computer programming

With AngularJS, you can quickly build client-side applications that run well on any desktop or mobile platform, using REST web services for backend processes. You may have heard that the learning curve for this JavaScript MVC framework is too steep, but that's not the case. This practical guide provides a hands-on approach to learning AngularJS that will have you building high-quality applications and websites in no time.Along with a conceptual understanding of the framework, you'll also gain direct experience with AngularJS by building a sample application throughout the book. If you're familiar with JavaScript, web development, and software design concepts and patterns, this book is the perfect way to get started.Understand how AngularJS differs from other MVC frameworksLearn about AngularJS controllers, views, and models by diving into the book's sample projectConnect your working application to public REST servicesBuild the application's security layer with non-REST AngularJS servicesExplore the basics of building and testing AngularJS directivesUse AngularJS as part of the MEAN stack (MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and Node.js)Discover how search engine optimization relates to AngularJS applications and sitesAbout the AuthorKen Williamson is a software engineer and architect with over twenty years of experience in the technology industry. Ken's first programming language was Assembly language using the 6502 chip. He moved on to C and C++ and eventually to Java and JavaScript. Ken has designed and written mobile, desktop and server software for some of the biggest companies in the world.Ken holds a BS in Computer Science from Kennesaw State University. He is the founder of several Open Source projects including Ulbora CMS. He has also contributed to many other Open Source projects over the years. Ken makes his home in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Sherry. You can find Ken at