Data-oriented Development with AngularJS

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Learn
  • Experience the power of two-way data binding using AngularJS and three-way data binding using Firebase
  • Use dependency injection in AngularJS
  • Get the $http and $resource services to work with REST APIs
  • Realize the full power of AngularJS by writing custom elements, attributes, and so on, using directives
  • Create real-time apps using Firebase and AngularJS
  • Discover the benefits and uses of Node.js, Yeoman, Yo Angular generator, Grunt, and Bower
  • Get to grips with the basics of Git and use Git flow for a more productive Git branching workflow
About

AngularJS is one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks used to write single page applications and is suitable for developing large-scale enterprise applications. With Firebase, you can easily store and sync data in real time. It has libraries for all the major web and mobile platforms (including AngularJS) and bindings for the most popular frameworks (such as Node.js).

Data-oriented Development with AngularJS is a systematic learning guide that covers important AngularJS concepts such as data binding, dependency injection, directives, and so on. It also covers the basics of Firebase and three-way data binding with AngularFire. You'll be able to create a small project and build a real-time application using Firebase and AngularJS. This project uses most of the concepts and best practices learned in the book so that you can apply the very same principles in real-world AngularJS development.

Features
  • Create powerful custom HTML elements and attributes using AngularJS directives
  • Store and sync data in real time using Firebase
  • Practical working examples to help you apply your knowledge to solve real-world problems
Page Count 156
Course Length 4 hours 40 minutes
ISBN 9781784398057
Date Of Publication 27 Apr 2015

Authors

Manoj Waikar

Manoj Waikar has been developing software for close to 15 years now. He started writing desktop applications in VB6 and has used almost all of the .NET and C# versions to write enterprise software. His urge to improve his craft led him to explore, and eventually use, open source frameworks such as NHibernate, Spring.NET, NUnit, Moq, and so on, which, until a few years ago, were not commonly used in the .NET world.

He admires RoR (Ruby on Rails) and thanks Microsoft for ASP.NET MVC and Web API. Due to some of the limitations of server-side MVC frameworks, he introduced AngularJS in one of the UK-based start-ups that he worked with and used it to great success.

He is interested in functional programming and loves Clojure (a Lisp for the JVM) and ClojureScript (which compiles to JavaScript). Of late, he has also started exploring F# and considers it the best language for the .NET platform.