Understand the concept of dependency injection with Packt’s new ebook on AngularJS

January 2014 | Open Source

Packt is pleased to announce the release of its new ebook Dependency Injection with AngularJS. Users will learn the concepts of dependency injection in this practical and hands-on guide. The book will also explain some of the theory and the reasons behind dependency injection.

About the Author: Alex Knol is a lifelong tech geek with a passion for automation. Having built various applications using web technologies and frameworks, such as Symfony, he discovered AngularJS at the beginning of 2008, while searching for a way to structure frontend application code and make development easy. He used AngularJS, among other technologies, for a job-matching project in the Netherlands and, more recently, for an online website designer named Risingtool.com.

Dependency Injection with AngularJS starts by explaining the users the concepts of Dependency Injection. A small chapter will also explain the theory and the reason behind Dependency Injection. Users will also learn two most important things to create testable and reusable code.

User will learn about Jasmine a JavaScript behavior-driven development testing framework and Karma. After creating the code, users can test them in real browsers with the help of Karma. The book will show how to build reusable components that can be stacked on top of each other.

This book is useful for developers wanting to make use of Dependency Injection in real life. Advanced users will find it as a good reference guide and how to use it with AngularJS. For more information please visit:http://www.packtpub.com/dependency-injection-angularjs/book


Dependency Injection with AngularJS
Understand the concept of dependency injection

For more information, please visit:http://www.packtpub.com/dependency-injection-angularjs/book

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