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20 Angular Books

20 best free Angular books. Download ebooks (pdf, epub, mobi) and read online. Update of December 2017 collection. 6 new books.

Angular is a platform that makes it easy to build applications with the web. Angular combines declarative templates, dependency injection, end to end tooling, and integrated best practices to solve development challenges. Angular empowers developers to build applications that live on the web, mobile, or the desktop.

Book image: Ionic Succinctly

Author

  • Ed Freitas

Release Date

  • 2018

About the book

Ionic Succinctly

The Ionic framework is an open-source SDK built on top of Angular, integrating with Apache Cordova, and programmed using mostly Typescript and the JSON data format. It is used to build cross-platform mobile apps and Progressive Web Apps with ease, using familiar web technologies like HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. In Ionic Succinctly, Ed Freitas takes readers through the creation of an app that searches the Succinctly series library and sorts the books into learning paths.

Book image: Angular Universal

Author

  • Philippe Martin

Release Date

  • 2018

About the book

Angular Universal

Angular is a really powerful framework to create interactive applications and websites. If you want your application or website to be seen and used by a lot of people, you must make it visible in search engines. This book will give you all the tips and tricks to optimize your website for search engines.

Book image: The NativeScript Book. Building Mobile Apps With Skills You Already Have.

Author

  • Mike Branstein
  • Nick Branstein

Release Date

  • 2017

About the book

The NativeScript Book. Building Mobile Apps With Skills You Already Have.

Learn to build truly native mobile applications with the skills you already have. Written by NativeScript experts Mike Branstein and Nick Branstein, this book guides you through important NativeScript concepts and show you how to build apps. Both JavaScript and Angular architectures are covered. 450 pages, 17 chapters, and tons of code samples.

Book image: Angular. From Theory To Practice

Author

  • Asim Hussain

Release Date

  • 2017

About the book

Angular. From Theory To Practice

This book is also available as a series of videos! Again please check angular.codecraft.tv for details.

Book image: Angular 2 Succinctly

Author

  • Joseph D. Booth

Release Date

  • 2017

About the book

Angular 2 Succinctly

Angular 2 is a massively popular JavaScript framework built to take advantage of component development in web apps. In Angular 2 Succinctly, author Joseph D. Booth will guide you through setting up a development environment, interacting with the Angular CLI, building Hello World, and more. By the end, you’ll know how to set up templates, compose components from those templates, and tie them all together with modules to deliver a cohesive web app.

Cover book: Developing with Angular

Author

  • Denys Vuika

Release Date

  • 2017

About the book

Developing With Angular

This book gives you a broad practical overview of the Angular framework and related modern web technologies. It provides the guidance for the process of web component development that includes Angular and Angular CLI, TypeScript and ES6, applications bundling with Webpack, and other essentials.

Book image: Introduction To Angular 2

Author

  • Amin Meyghani

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

Introduction To Angular 2

Get up to speed with Angular 2 with TypeScript. This book is a short book that takes you through the basics of Angular 2. It will also show you how to set up Visual Studio Code to work with TypeScript and Angular.

Cover book: Practical AngularJS

Author

  • Dinis Cruz

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

Practical AngularJS

Real-world examples of using AngularJS in multiple scenarios and platforms (KarmaJS, Firebase, Eclipse, WebStorm, O2 Platform).

Cover book: What you need to know about Angular 2

Author

  • Oliver Manickum

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

What You Need To Know About Angular 2

Get to grips with the ins and outs of one of the biggest web dev revolutions of this decade with the aid of this free eGuide! From setting up the very basics of Angular to making the most of Directives and Components you’ll discover everything you need to get started building your own web apps today.

Cover book: AngularJs vs EmberJs

Author

  • Brendan Graetz

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

AngularJs vs EmberJs

Want to build a single page web application, but cannot decide between AngularJs and EmberJs? This short book will bring you through the syntax and philosophies of each framework, and will help you to make an informed decision.Note that this was written for AngularJs and EmberJs 1.x, and now both are 2.x.

Cover book: Lazy Programmer's Guide to Angular 1.x

Author

  • Kian Peymani

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

Lazy Programmer's Guide to Angular 1.x

Angular 1.x is still one of the best frameworks around for building sophisticated and comprehensive web applications. It offers great modularity, MVVM architecture and testability among many other features to ensure the success of your large scale web project.

Cover book: Rangle.io : Angular 2 Training

Author

  • Rangle.io

Release Date

  • 2015

About the book

Rangle.io : Angular 2 Training

We developed this book to be used as course material for Rangle's Angular training, but many people have found it to be useful for learning Angular on their own. This book will cover the most important Angular topics, from getting started with the Angular toolchain to writing Angular applications in a scalable and maintainable manner.

Cover book: AngularJS Directives In Traction

Author

  • Amit Gharat

Release Date

  • 2015

About the book

AngularJS Directives In Traction

A goto guide for any Angular developer to learn Angular directives from ground up.

Cover book: Angular Basics

Author

  • Chris Smith

Release Date

  • 2015

About the book

Angular Basics

This is just a small book, inspired by other free, short, and friendly programming texts such as Alex MacCaw's The Little Book on CoffeeScript.

Cover book: Deep dive into Angular.js directives

Author

  • Jesús Rodríguez Rodríguez

Release Date

  • 2015

About the book

Deep Dive Into Angular.js Directives

Deep dive into Angular.JS directives to learn all the tips & tricks to succeed in Angular.JS.

Cover book: AngularJS Cookbook

Author

  • Sascha Brink

Release Date

  • 2014

About the book

AngularJS Cookbook

70 Recipes for AngularJS 1.2. Angular JS Cookbook will give you solutions that save you time and effort, it will give you some new recipes that you would find very useful and give you a deeper insight into the framework.

Cover book: Recipes With Angular.js

Author

  • Frederik Dietz

Release Date

  • 2014

About the book

Recipes With Angular.js

Practical concepts and techniques for rapid web application development.

Cover book: AngularJS Succinctly

Author

  • Frederik Dietz

Release Date

  • 2014

About the book

AngularJS Succinctly

Author Frederik Dietz uses AngularJS Succinctly to outline common tasks and challenges for developers using Angular.js. With his help, novices and experts alike will find a reference that clearly outlines a variety of challenges, their solutions, and technical explanations for how the challenges are overcome. Whether you are a novice looking to understand Angular.js or an expert seeking a reference guide, AngularJS Succinctly is indispensable!

Cover book: AngularJS Essentials

Author

  • Rodrigo Branas

Release Date

  • 2014

About the book

AngularJS Essentials

Design and construct reusable, maintainable, and modular web applications with AngularJS.

Cover book: AngularJS with Ruby on Rails

Author

  • David Bryant Copeland

Release Date

  • 2014

About the book

AngularJS with Ruby on Rails

The latest wave of JavaScript frameworks present an interesting problem to experienced Rails developers. On their own, these frameworks can only do so much, since they are designed to run on the client-side, in a browser. This means that for any real application you might create, you need a back-end.

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