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  • Taschenbuch: 624 Seiten
  • Verlag: Fullstack io; Auflage: 1 (29. Dezember 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 099134460X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0991344604
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21,6 x 3,6 x 27,9 cm
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Hey! I'm Ari Lerner, author, a full-stack developer with more than 20 years of experience ranging from hardware to software, and co-founder of Fullstack.io. I have a passion for teaching and can't wait to help you learn Angular. I co-run ng-newsletter, consistently produce content all about AngularJS, recently released Riding Rails with AngularJS, and teach in-person classes at Hack Reactor and online with airpair.

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9 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Abs am 15. Januar 2014
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Ich habe die sieben Schritte des Autors im Web gelesen und fand sie hilfreich und gut aufgebaut.
Leider findet sich dieser Eindruck im Buch nicht bestätigt.
Ich bin zur Zeit auf 10% im Kindle und es sind so viele Fehler vorhanden, dass sich die Frage stellt, wer da die Korrekturlesung gemacht hat.
Die meisten Fehler finden sich in den Codebeispielen. Hier werden immer wieder falsche Methoden abgebildet oder einfach verpflichtende Parameter weggelassen, wie ich denke, einfach aus Schlampigkeit. Die entsprechenden Codes im JSBin laufen nämlich bislang alle. Das Problem dabei ist vor allem, das ein Einsteiger wie ich immer wieder verwirrt wird. Auf der einen Seite gut, weil das Erkennen von Fehlern darauf hinweist ein Beispiel verstanden zu haben, auf der anderen Seite, na, ja, es wird recht zäh dadurch.
Ein weiteres Problem ist der didaktische Aufbau. Gerade am Anfang werden unnötigerweise Codebeispiele gewählt, die Wissen voraussetzen, dass einfach zu diesem Zeitpunkt noch nicht gegeben ist. Ein Verweis darauf, dass entsprechende Funktionen und Objekte ja zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt angesprochen werden hilft nicht, der Verwirrung Herr zu werden. Besser wäre es gewesen, sich mit Beispielen zu begenügen, die dem Wissenshorizont des Lesers an diesem Punkt auch entsprechen.

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Might be better in a future edition, currently very disorganized. 7. März 2014
Von Kevin C. Stevens - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book has the potential to be something great in future editions. However, in its current form I really can't recommend it. I suspect that the book was rushed to publication and didn't fully benefit from editing and getting copies into the hands of users. Following along with code as it is being built is next to impossible as no guidance is given as to what changed between code samples. Knowledge is assumed that hasn't been delivered yet (i.e., a lot of "as you recall" that references material not yet introduced).

The book is certainly large, but I think users would be better served by a slimmer volume with more attention to detail.
114 von 124 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Was not helpful to me as an AngularJS noob 12. Januar 2014
Von W. Hazard - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm a beginner with AngularJS, but pretty good with javascript and general web development (rails, .net and others). I was looking for a book that would both introduce me to Angular's version of single page apps and give me depth and meat beyond just the basics.

As a noob with Angular, I really struggled with the examples in this book. Frequently, the author refers to concepts that he hasn't covered yet or presents examples that were more complex than needed to cover the concepts at hand. I found myself bouncing between the book and the angularjs online reference material, just to understand the example code. Other reviewers seem to be more experienced with AngularJS and perhaps that's a better target audience.

On the plus side, there are frequent links to running code on jsbin, which helped a lot. The code did have differences from the kindle text, but the differences I noticed seemed to be minor for the most part.

One really important note -- unlike other tech books, the authors charge for access to the sample code. You can buy a "package" including the book and the code for $79 from a separate site. You can of course type in the code from the book, but that is a bit tedious and leads to typos (at least for me) that interfere with the learning process. I could not find anyway on that site to gain access to the sample code after I had already shelled out $39 for the kindle edition on Amazon. I dropped a star in the rating for not including code access in the rather heavy $39 book price.
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360 degrees of AngularJS 9. Februar 2014
Von Arun Mahendrakar - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is extremely detailed when it comes to AngularJS. A good number of chapters in this book are only paragraphs in a few other books - that is how much information is packed in this book. However, beginners - this book is not for you. Try Mastering Web Application Development with AngularJS by Pawel Kozlowski, get acquainted with the basics and then pick up this book. I'm sure you'll truly appreciate Ari's efforts after that.

The chapters on Events and Animation are very well explained. The Events chapter helps you to understand what exactly is happening behind the 'closed doors of AngularJS' and how to tap all that potential in order to build a great application. The chapter on Animation tells all the basic wiring you need to do so that AngularJS can play them correctly. The chapter also indicated that my CSS3 animations and transitions skills were way too 'novicey'!!

It was nice that the Testing chapter talked a good deal about using Karma and Angular Scenario for end-to-end testing. The chapter also shows how to setup Protractor to do your e-2-e testing. I only wished it was the other way around, mostly because Angular Scenario is going away and Protractor is taking over. Ari, please provide lot more examples using Protractor.

The chapters in the beginning have snippets on jsbin.com that readers can just click and start playing. Nothing like getting hands-on and start experimenting and learning. Some of the later chapters are missing this, for example, examples in the Animation chapter could definitely have them.

The last couple of chapters talk about optimizing and debugging AngularJS apps. These were no doubt helpful and added more to my skill set!

TYPOS - My biggest issue with the book. I read replies from Ari on other comments saying he is working on getting them fixed.
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In Desperate Need of Editing 24. März 2014
Von Timothy Birbeck - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I took a look at this book because of the reviews, but I found it very disappointing. Its main weakness is a lack of proofreading, which is obvious from all the errors. Even links to code in JSBin often don’t run correctly. Things like missing string delimiters are obvious, but other errors were confusing and frustrating because I assumed the errors were on my side. It got to the point where I stopped trying to find out why my code wasn’t working, assumed it was the book, and moved on. To make matters worse, there’s also no errata published online.

The length of the book is also deceiving. It’s over 600 pages, but many of those pages read like API documentation. For instance, there are 2 pages devoted to talking about all the different date formats that can be used by the date filter--that’s more than double the length of the actual API itself!

A lack of organization is also very apparent. As other reviewers have indicated, the book often references materials that haven’t been covered yet. Many many pages reference the “$digest loop”, but the concept isn’t explained until I was done the majority of text.

The book has some potential, but it falls short of being a comprehensive guide to Angular. If you already know Angular and are comfortable fixing the errors, give this book a shot. If you want to learn Angular without previous exposure to it, this is not the book for you.
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The complete guide to AngularJs framework, but not only 26. Januar 2014
Von Maciej Pyszka - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I have been writing Internet applications for years. Before highly responsive, rich client applications became a standard market expectation I had been mainly focused on the server side solutions. Then I was forced to dive into the weird and unfamiliar world of JavaScript. Fortunately, there is AngularJs which comes with help and makes it much easier to tackle this concept.
There are of course a lot of various articles and movies about AngularJs in Internet, yet this book is worth reading for several reasons. First of all it is really a complete guide revealing nearly every aspect of this framework. Every chapter is full of simple but working and readable examples of code which is especially helpful in understanding the details. Secondly, the author has not limited his work only to AngularJs in itself, but has devoted a considerable part to other useful components like ExpressJs or Firebase. However, the chapter I have found the most interesting is about testing strategy, as it covers both unit and end-to-end automated tests and does not skip any element of AngularJs application.
Not only is this book a thorough guide to AngularJs framework, but it also contains some practical advice concerning the best practices of developing rich Internet applications. As AngularJs is one of the better thought-out frameworks reading this book will not be a waste of time. I would especially recommend it to the developers who, like me, still shudder a little bit at the thought of using JavaScript in their applications.
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