Have you heard of AngularJS?
But knowing why a framework is great is only the first step. Now you have to figure out how to use it. This can lead to all kinds of frustrating questions:
- How well does AngularJS scale?
- What sort of tools can/should I use with AngularJS?
- How do all those features work, under the hood?
- Any gotchas to watch out for?
I could go on.
I wanted to help you figure these things out, but I couldn’t fit all of that into a single post. Even with many posts, I would have had to gloss over a few things. What’s a simple, part-time blogger to do?
Write a book, it turns out.
I wrote this book because I used to spend a lot of time learning how to work with new frameworks. I know the pains and problems with trying to build an application in a framework you’ve never used before, and I know what kind of examples are helpful, and what kind aren’t.
If you’re looking to ramp up on AngularJS, and you don’t have time to dig through Google results and sort through forum posts, this is the book for you.
Here’s where you can get your copy:
If you pick one up, I’d love know what you think. Drop me a line anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: There were some typos in the code samples that shipped with the book. I’m working with the publisher to distribute the corrected versions, but in the mean time, you can email me and I’ll send you the updates directly.