On Nov 16 Burke Ingraffia wrote: Review of AngularJS by Brad Green and Shyam Seshadri
I love that moment in my Internet Technologies classes when I see the lights go on in my students’ minds, when they have that Aha! moment in which the Internet and HTML coding makes sense. I recently had a similar experience in my own head when reading AngularJS by Brad Green and Shyam Seshadri. Full Review  >

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On Apr 2 Hari K T wrote: AngularJS by Brad Green, Shyam Seshadri; O'Reilly Media
I don’t think I can recommend the book for a person who is really new to angularjs. Though it starts simple, at some point of time it jumps to advanced parts or hard to follow. Don’t think it is the problem with book itself but the concepts are new and need a better way to explain. Full Review  >

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On Jun 13 Ivo Flipse wrote:
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On Jan 18 Jochen Kirstatter wrote: Some lack of quality
I spent quite some time with this book title from O'Reilly. First, it's an interesting topic and second, I got the 'Early Release' version and later then the full version of the book. Personally, I think the book could have been a good start for beginners but I have to admit that while digging deeper into the chapters I got more and more confused about the actual learning goal. Yes, the general overview on AngularJS is easy to follow and helps to understand how AngularJS is organised. But then... Full Review  >

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On Sep 26 Luiz Tiago Alves de Oliveira wrote: Recommended for beginners
The book is very interesting as well as documentation, having the distinction of being easy to read for people without much experience with JavaScript, and it can really help to give a general idea of ​​how to start the AngularJS before even reading the documentation or without a deep knowledge in JS. It contains excellent tool tips that can help you develop a more efficient workflow, enabling the development testable code and high quality. Full Review  >

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On Jun 27 Santosh Shanbhag wrote: Overall a good book
Although many readers may have been disappointed by the code examples in this book from the outdated Github site, I think overall this is a good book. AngularJS concepts are a bit difficult to comprehend for any beginner but this book does a decent job of easing the reader into it. More advanced readers, especially those who are impatient, may get a bit disappointed at the pace of this book. It takes a completely different mindset, no matter how fluent you are with web application programming, to understand the "Angular Paradigm". It is going to take time to grasp the concepts if you are learning Angular for the first time, no matter how well it is presented. It is certainly not the fault of this book if you get a cultural programming shock. The ideas and examples provided in the later part of the book are very useful and I would be using some of them for my applications. Full Review  >

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On May 28 Martin Rowe wrote:
If you’re new to this whole area of webApps then I’d suggest combining this book with the Angular documentation and the growing list of resources that are appearing on the web. This book will help to get you started. Full Review  >

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