November 2014
PermaLink Book Review: Learning AngularJS for .Net Developers11/06/2014 03:11
Learning AngularJS for .Net Developers, written by Alex Pop and published by PACKT, provides a good introduction to single page applications with the AngularJS framework using Visual Studio 2013 as your development environment.  There is a lot of information available online for AngularJS, so the topics I'd like to see covered include in such a book include: how AngularJS is used on the client side, what support is provided by Visual Studio, how to write a .Net backend to support AngularJS, how authentication/security works in a client side application, how localization works, how the site is tested, and how the site can handle desktop web and mobile clients (aka Cordova/PhoneGap).  Most of these topics are covered sufficiently in this book except the last topic of using PhoneGap.


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