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  • Broché: 350 pages
  • Editeur : APress (25 mars 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1430264489
  • ISBN-13: 978-1430264484
  • Dimensions du produit: 23,5 x 19 x 3,5 cm
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Trés didactique 25 août 2014
Par Sansot
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Il est de suite intéressant pour le profane de ce Framework. On peut à chaque fois, chercher à comprendre, se laisser guider dans les explications, ou survoler les éléments déjà maitrisés.
Quand on a fini, et qu'on à pratiqué, il reste intéressant car on a partout des renvois vers des élément plus en profondeur, ou plus en surface; afin de se faire une vision globale. (Ces renvois sont d'ailleurs un peu troublants au début, mais on s'y fait.)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Très bon livre en anglais 20 juin 2014
Par VU
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Très bon livre pour apprendre AngularJS.
Ayant lu Pro ASP.NET MVC du même auteur, la lecture de Pro AngularJS est tout aussi fluide et agréable.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Structure and price 30 avril 2014
Par Suliak - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The book is a good book and I can understand the 5 star reviews. The author knows his stuff and I certainly learned most of what I hoped to learn reading it. However its length and depth are more comparable to a sub $10 kindle price than the ~$20 I paid.

If you like every example given in the context of a larger program, even if you don't understand the rest of the program, then this book is probably great for you.

If you like to learn a concept, see an example or 2 of it and then move to the next concept, then this book may not be for you. It certainly was not for me. The structure is such that the first half of the book is filled with examples that are given the caveat "this will be explained later". Personally, I am unable to hold 5 things I don't need to know yet in my head in order to understand the context of an otherwise simple section of code. The examples don't so much grow with each chapter as you take out pure HTML and replace it with JS and Angular stuff.

This book is not a concise list of the features and functions that are available in AngularJS, and then placed in a context with examples. It is a good (but subjectively chosen) path to building a specific application. The explanations of the why are very good and the Authors style is "I chose this because of this..." which I enjoyed. But I personally learn better from a more standard structure.

There is an additional point I wanted to mention:

The bulk of the examples in the book hinge around the development of an online store (which I liked). But they all rely on you also installing several programs (mainly NodeJS, MongoDB and Deployd). Deployd is no longer/barely supported, which Freeman acknowledges but gives no alternatives. At least offering something pre-built for MongoDB or even using a couple of JSON files to simulate interacting with a database would have been nice as for me the 2 hours it took to get Deployd running correctly was time I would have rather spent learning AngularJS instead.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Your favorite SportsStore, AngularJS-style 1 avril 2014
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Adam Freeman has provided a tutorial text for AngularJS that surpasses any other instructional materials currently available. First, as is often the case with new and quickly evolving web technologies, tutorials are fragmented across multiple blogs, forums and such, making a comprehensive single publication on AngularJS necessary. Current comprehensive AngularJS materials (such as the AngularJS official API and Lerner's ng-book) are not accessible to the AngularJS beginner, however. Assuming you are competent in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, the problem you'll face immediately after trying the AngularJS "Hello, World" example is the need to create a stack of technologies to really see AngularJS in action. Typically, this might include NodeJS for the server, ExpressJS for routing, MongoDB for data storage, Jade for templating, Stylus and Bootstrap for CSS, unit testing with Karma...the learning curve becomes incredibly steep incredibly fast. Freeman's text initially uses the simplest technologies available to fashion the web stack in order to focus more thoroughly on AngularJS. Anyone familiar with Freeman's ASP.NET or MVC texts will be instantly familiar with the SportsStore web application also used in Pro AngularJS. Following the initial chapters describing the development of the SportsStore web site using Angular, you'll be prepared to proceed to the more advanced aspects of AngularJS described in the latter sections of the book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Still in Alpha from Apress. Excellent! 1 avril 2014
Par Kroot - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you have read any of Adam's books you know his writing style and excellent presentation skills. I especially like his non-judgmental way of explaining topics developers can get religious about and leaving it to the reader to decide. Because this book is still in alpha and the prices were similar, I chose to purchase the ebook direct from Apress instead of the Kindle store. Also you might want to search for "AngularJS Succinctly" and download SyncFusion's free eBook. It's not as in-depth but I like being able to see how the concepts Adam presents can be applied with different examples.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great resource for those starting from scratch with AngularJS 23 avril 2014
Par Tarun - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My background: I have been building .NET applications for 8 years, with experience in web application development, and I have some experience in MVC-style technology with the Microsoft ASP.NET MVC implementation, though that knowledge did not play a huge part in learning Angular.

I am a fan of all of Adam's books - I own four (MVC5, JQuery2, and HTML5 as well). As with his other books, this is among the best technology books I've ever read for a technology I'm learning from scratch.

The first third of the book covers the basics, having you build build an actual application that slowly introduces you to the features of Angular. This is followed up by deep dive chapters on each of those concepts that go into heavy detail. I read the first third of the book all the way through, and am now skipping around to read what is relevant to me while I build my own sample project. Just like with many of Adam's other books, it might be just slightly frustrating to not see the full picture during the build of this "Sports Store", but once you get through this, you will likely breeze through the remaining chapters as all the concepts come together, or you can always read the deep dive chapters if you want to understand more about a particular feature. The chapters have great organization and flow nicely, and it's easy to use as a reference as well as a tutorial-style book.

Adam Freeman's writing style and examples are thorough, step by step, and easy to follow. He continually states not to worry about certain topics too much in the first third, but gives you a clear reference point as to where he covers that topic later in the book in detail if you do want to skip ahead.

Another great quality of Adam's books, including this one, is that he approaches technology as a true software architect - he does not mandate or preach to you about one approach or another, rather, he gives you what his take is on pros and cons, then suggest that you always make your own decisions on your own projects according to your needs. For example, many, many people ask about JQuery vs Angular, and Adam has a few succinct, great blurbs in the book about the philosophical differences between jQuery and Angular, and suggestions on when you should use each.

Up front, Adam includes walkthroughs or primers of a few tools that help you build with Angular, including LiveReload, Deployd, Bootstrap, and Node.js, ensuring that even if you have no knowledge of these tools (which I had none to very little) you have a comprehensive, one-stop-shop textbook that covers the examples from the ground up.

Overall, if you have some web development experience but are brand new to Angular, this is a great book to pick up. If you are brand new to Javascript, HTML, and CSS you'll likely want to study up on that first a bit, though Adam does include primers here, they serve better as a refresher rather than deep learning.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Time Wasted 20 juin 2014
Par Jacob - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I'm pretty frustrated that the author did not make it clear that you can skip the first 100 or so pages if you're already versed in web development. The book includes HTML, CSS, and JavaScript introductions, and after has some chapters on an example project that teaches programming logic. Not only did these chapters have very little (but still mixed in) information on AngularJS, but the start of the actual AngularJS chapters begins at ground zero again reteaching the same information. That makes it clear that it was supposed to be the point where web developers jump in, but it wasn't said anywhere.

The rest of the book is very good. The author gives good explanations of why you should be using those particular methods, mentions common pitfalls, and explains alternative methods. The book has good organization and beginner-intermediate-advanced separation. I feel like he says more information is located further in the book too often. It can be assumed the advanced chapters would have more information, and readers check the table of contents if they want to skip ahead anyway. This seems to be the best book written on the topic.

On a side note, because this is a library that expands upon JavaScript which is very specific to web development, it's questionable why space should be wasted on introducing web development. I can't see why someone would skip straight to AngularJS from say, C++.
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