Learn Angular: Your First Week

Book Description

Angular is not just a framework, but rather a that empowers developers to build applications for the web, mobile, and the desktop.

This book contains a collection of articles that provide a rapid introduction to Angular, getting you up and running with no fuss. It contains:

  • Angular Introduction: What It Is, and Why You Should Use It by Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski
  • AngularJS and Angular: a Detailed Comparison by Manjunath M
  • An Introduction to TypeScript: Static Typing for the Web by Byron Houwens
  • Getting Past Hello World in Angular by Jason Aden
  • Angular Components: Inputs and Outputs by David Aden
  • A Practical Guide to Angular Directives by Claudio Ribeiro
  • Angular Components and Providers: Classes, Factories and by David Aden
  • Quickly Create Simple Yet Powerful Angular Forms by Kaloyan Kolev
  • Using Angular NgModules for Reusable Code and More by Jeremy Wilken
  • Angular : A Developer's Introduction by Michael Wanyoike
  • Creating UIs with Angular Material Components by Ahmed Bouchefra
  • Developing Angular without a Back End Using MockBackend by Vildan Softic
  • React vs Angular: An In-depth Comparison by Pavels Jelisejevs

This book is for all front-end developers who want to get proficient with Angular and its related tools. You'll need to be familiar with HTML and CSS and have a reasonable level of understanding of in order to follow the discussion.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Angular Introduction: What It Is, and Why You Should Use It
Chapter 2: AngularJS and Angular: a Detailed Comparison
Chapter 3: An Introduction to TypeScript: Static Typing for the Web
Chapter 4: Getting Past Hello World in Angular
Chapter 5: Angular Components: Inputs and Outputs
Chapter 6: A Practical Guide to Angular Directives
Chapter 7: Angular Components and Providers: Classes, Factories & Values
Chapter 8: Quickly Create Simple Yet Powerful Angular Forms
Chapter 9: Using Angular NgModules for Reusable Code and More
Chapter 10: Angular Testing: A Developer’s Introduction
Chapter 11: Creating UIs with Angular Material Design Components
Chapter 12: Developing Angular Apps without a Back End Using MockBackend
Chapter 13: React vs Angular: An In-depth Comparison

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