English | 2018 | ISBN: 1985170285 | 685 Pages | True PDF, EPUB | 54 MB
Revision 68 – 2018-05-08
The in-depth, complete, and up-to-date book on Angular 6. Become an Angular 6 expert today.
Updated for Angular, Angular CLI, and Community Style Guide
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The first chapter opens with building your first Angular app. Within the first few minutes, you’ll know enough to have an app running
Lots of Sample Apps and Code
When you buy ng-book, you’re not buying just a book, but dozens of code examples. Every chapter in the book comes with a complete project that uses the concepts in the chapter. The code is available for download, free from our website.
You’ll learn core Angular concepts – from how Angular works under the hood, to rich interactive components, from in-depth testing to real-world applications
Learn Angular best practices, such as: testing, code organization, and how to structure your app for performance. We’ll walk through practical, common examples of how to implement complete components of your applications
Example Apps included in the book
The book comes with sample apps that show you how to create:
- A component-based Reddit clone
- A real-time chat app using RxJS Observables
- A YouTube search-as-you-type app
- A Spotify search for tracks with playable song preview
- Plus lots more mini-examples that show you how to write Components, how to use Forms, and how to use APIs
- The code examples currently have over 5,500+ lines of runnable code (TypeScript, non-comment lines)