AngularJS Web Application Development Blueprints

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  • Develop your understanding of AngularJS and the essentials of the single-page application
  • Build complete and professional applications spanning across different areas, such as e-commerce, content management systems, social media apps, mobile web apps, and much more
  • Work with REST web services and the Facebook APIs
  • Use directives and learn how to write your own custom directives
  • Upload images and write to databases directly from your AngularJS app
  • Deploy your apps on the highly scalable AWS architecture
  • Create rapid, clickable prototypes to get a better understanding of how your application will look and feel
  • Improve your page load times and get your app ready for production deployment

This book is a practical guide that aims to help you learn how to utilize AngularJS and experience the joy of building full-fledged applications with minimal code in no time at all.

The book starts by explaining the basics of AngularJS and helps you get comfortable with the terms and concepts surrounding it. It then walks you through the various tools, frameworks, and workflows that will help you be more productive. As you go through the book, you will learn how to build applications spanning various realms. You will build social apps using publically available APIs and responsive, mobile- and tablet-friendly personal finance applications. You will see how to build a full-stack content management system, and build an e-commerce application on the cloud platform. Finally, this book will teach you the intricacies of what it takes to get your application deployed on a production server.


  • Get to grips with AngularJS and the development of single-page web applications.
  • Develop rapid prototypes with ease using Bootstraps Grid system.
  • Complete and in depth tutorials covering many applications.
Page Count 300
Course Length 9 hours 0 minutes
ISBN 9781783285617
Date Of Publication 24 Aug 2014


Vinci Rufus

Vinci Rufus has been working with frontend technologies for close to 14 years now. He started his career by building games with Flash ActionScript and later moved to JavaScript and HTML5. During his spare time, he enjoys conducting workshops and training people.

For a living, he mentors, guides, and helps build technology teams at Razorfish Neev, primarily in the area of commerce, usability, and emerging technologies.